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FORGEBOX v4.7.0 Released

Luis Majano
Jun 12, 2019

 

Modernize all things!

FORGEBOX v4.7.0 released!

Today we are pleased to announce a minor release for our FORGEBOX suite of products to version 4.7.0. This release includes lots of fixes and some great additions.

Release Notes

Here are the detailed release notes for this release.

Bugs

  • [FORGEBOX-163] - box.json validation error while adding version from web UI completely clears screen and loses data
  • [FORGEBOX-298] - Adding version allows the user to check the "stable" checkbox
  • [FORGEBOX-355] - Update s3sdk settings configuration to include building the URL to avoid empty issues
  • [FORGEBOX-358] - Forgebox Registration page "Privacy Policy" link is broken/ not set. Clicking on it loses the page and all the form values you've filled out.
  • [FORGEBOX-359] - Mailing list checkbox on registration page is not working when selected
  • [FORGEBOX-360] - Blanks is displayed when Editing a package on packages with html markup
  • [FORGEBOX-361] - Fix Ownership of packages issue when publishing from collaborators
  • [FORGEBOX-362] - Button for adding a new version not firing
  • [FORGEBOX-365] - Admin cannot change username, fails with exception
  • [FORGEBOX-371] - Error creating versions, fails with exceptions from UI
  • [FORGEBOX-372] - Error calling admin:settings.getLiveActivations from UI
  • [FORGEBOX-374] - Do not show badges if package does not have any version
  • [FORGEBOX-375] - Do not show version badge if the package does not have any version

New Features

  • [FORGEBOX-322] - Fine tuning of public versions tab with much better UX
  • [FORGEBOX-324] - Reset Password action from user listing screen for admins
  • [FORGEBOX-332] - Create the beginnings of the Package Dependency Viewer in the UI
  • [FORGEBOX-334] - Add latest version badge to the package view top section
  • [FORGEBOX-335] - Add package type badge (public,private) on the package view section

Improvements

  • [FORGEBOX-138] - Show code to make ForgeBox badges on the package maintainer screen.
  • [FORGEBOX-351] - Change user dashboard links on the public UI to @username for consistency and just plain nice!
  • [FORGEBOX-366] - Upgrade to ColdBox 5.4.1
  • [FORGEBOX-367] - Upgrade of mementifier to latest version
  • [FORGEBOX-368] - Upgrade to sentry for logging
  • [FORGEBOX-369] - Upgrade s3sdk to avoid debugging code
  • [FORGEBOX-370] - Upgrade to testbox 3
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FORGEBOX v4.5.0 Released

Luis Majano
Mar 29, 2019

 

Today we are pleased to announce a minor release for our FORGEBOX suite of products: version 4.5.0. This release includes lots of fixes and some great additions. Keep reading for an in-depth review of the release.

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Redis Lucee v1.2.0 Extension Released!

Luis Majano
Mar 05, 2019

 

 

We are very excited to bring you another release for our Redis Lucee Extension. This is our first minor release for this extension and it sports quite a few updates thanks to customer feedback. Here is a little introduction for those that are not familiar with our extension:

Overview

The Redis Lucee Extension allows you to natively connect to a Redis Server cluster and leverage it for distributed caching, session/client storage and distribution, cluster RAM file systems, and much more. It can allow your Lucee servers to scale and extend easily by leveraging Redis Server as the platform of choice for session/cluster managements, caching and virtual file-systems.

If you have ever asked yourself these questions, then our Lucee Extension can help you:

  • Want to use round-robin balancing instead of sticky sessions?
  • How do you deal with session/client information when you have more than 1 server in your cluster?
  • How can I scale my Lucee servers when I am running out of RAM?
  • Do you want your users to still be logged in even if a server in my cluster dies or is restarted?
  • Do you want to have a cluster-wide file system?
  • Are you using a container based deployment and need off heap peristence?
  • Do you want to be able to cache data in a distributed and elastic fashion?
Lucee, Lucee Extensions, News, Redis, Releases 0

FORGEBOX v4.x Released

Luis Majano
Mar 04, 2019

 

# FORGEBOX v4.x Has Landed We are so excited to bring one of the biggest releases for FORGEBOX in over a year. We have been working and learning from all the community feedback and have major news to share with the ColdFusion (CFML) world. The full release notes of this major version can be found at the end of the blog post, so read on for all the details of this release. Below we will discuss the major areas of improvement for FORGEBOX ## New UI

The entire UI has been redesigned and updated and we are not even done yet. More is coming for the entire UI/UX experience of FORGEBOX including the CommandBox integrations.

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New ForgeBox Features — March 2018

Eric Peterson
Mar 09, 2018

 

ForgeBox 3.0.0 has landed with tons of new features and updates including ForgeBox Storage and ForgeBox Lucee Provider!

 

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Cloud, CommandBox, ForgeBox, Lucee, Lucee Extensions, Modules, Releases

Redis Lucee v1.0.0 Extension Released!

Luis Majano
Jan 17, 2018

 

 

We are very excited to bring you a new commercial product release for the Ortus Family: Redis Lucee Extension  The Redis Lucee Extension allows you to natively connect to a Redis Server cluster and leverage it for distributed caching, session/client storage and distribution, cluster RAM file systems, and much more. It can allow your Lucee servers to scale and extend easily by leveraging Redis Server as the platform of choice for session/cluster managements, caching and virtual file-systems.

If you have ever asked yourself these questions, then our Lucee Extension can help you:

  • Want to use round-robin balancing instead of sticky sessions?
  • How do you deal with session/client information when you have more than 1 server in your cluster?
  • How can I scale my Lucee servers when I am running out of RAM?
  • Do you want your users to still be logged in even if a server in my cluster dies or is restarted?
  • Do you want to have a cluster-wide file system?
  • Do you want to be able to cache data in a distributed and elastic fashion?

 

We have been working with Redis Server for many years and it has been a true pleasure to not only build scalable farms with it, but also it is incredibly responsive when it comes down to key-value storage and caching transactions.

Capabilities

Here are some of the major features of our Redis Extension:

  • Add Native Redis functionality to any Lucee CFML application
  • Install at the server level (Available to all contexts)
  • Create Cache connections in the Lucee administrator to connect to any network-accessible Redis cluster
  • Set and get objects from Redis via standard CFML functions and tags cachePut(), cacheGet(), <cfcache action="get|put">
  • Fully supports all built-in Lucee cache functions including wildcard filters
  • Seamlessly distribute storage of the following to any bucket in a Redis cluster
    • Lucee session storage
    • Lucee client storage
    • Lucee RAM resource ram://...
  • Seamlessly cache the following to any timeout-sensitive bucket in a Redis cluster
    • Results of database queries <cfquery cachedwithin>
    • Results of deterministic functions <cffunction cachedwithin>
    • Complex or simple objects in your application's code
    • Cached templates <cfcache action="content|cache|serverCache">
  • Registers new CFML Built-In Functions (BIFs) for native Java access to Redis
  • Extremely lightweight and fast

 

Purchase Extension

Resources

Please visit our Extension page for all the necessary resources.

Lucee, Lucee Extensions, News, Redis, Releases 0

CommandBox 3.8 series Docker Images Released

Jon Clausen
Oct 31, 2017

 

Today we released our 3.8 series of docker images ( current source version 2.1.0 ) which include a number of improvements and enhancements.

Change Log

  • Updates to CommandBox v3.8+
  • Adds support for Docker secrets
  • Adds casing aliases for environment variables
  • Adds new opinionated password security
  • Updates to runtime output for clarity
  • Changes image for alpine build to prevent CommandBox errors when installing dependencies
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CommandBox 3.7 Docker Images Released

Jon Clausen
Aug 11, 2017

 

On the heels of and in conjunction with the 3.7.0 release of ContentBox, we are pleased to announce the 3.7.0 release of CommandBox ( a happy coincidence that the version numbers of the two are the same! ).

This release provides major updates in security and functionality to the CFConfig module, which may be used to configure CFML servers at runtime. The settings and environment variables, which were previously handled by the bash script used to start the image, are now delegated to CFConfig. You can read more on using environment variables for CFConfig here.

ColdFusion, CommandBox, Docker, Lucee 0

Easy Bake: Multi-Tier Deployments using CommandBox Docker Images

Jon Clausen
Jul 24, 2017

 

We've been using our CommandBox Docker images for awhile now for multi-tier development and deployment. We've also received a lot of great feedback from the community that has helped to expand the power and flexibility of the those images in orchestrating CFML server environments.

One important aspect of non-development deployments of applications on the CommandBox image, is the need to warm up the server by seeding the CFML engine file system and configuration before the application is deployed in its target environment/tier. Other than the default Lucee 4.5 engine, which is what CommandBox, itself, runs on, any CFML engine specified in your application's server.json file is downloaded upon server start. Depending on the latency of your Docker environment's connection, this can mean that a bare-bones first run of your application can take minutes to start up, rather than seconds. For obvious reasons, this is not desirable.

Cloud, ColdFusion, CommandBox, Lucee, Tutorials 0

How to use a database in CLI scripts with CommandBox

Brad Wood
Feb 21, 2017

 

One of the cool things that CommandBox allows you to do is run CFML code directly from the command line via the execute command, or on Unix as a natively-executable hash bang script! This opens up all sorts of doors for scheduling cron jobs and whatnot that you can write in CFML much faster and easier than using bash or shell scripts. One common question is how to access the database from one of these scripts.

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