A user recently asked me if I knew what the settings for CFBuilder were, as I don't use CFBuilder I didn't know the answer. So I thought I would download CFBUilder and and make a video tutorial. If you use Dreamweaver then you can find the details in the FAQ.
As you will hopefully recall from my previous posts, I worked with Helicon to get Railo and Mura added to their ZOO engine for easy deployment and installation on windows via Web Platform Installer. I also requested them to consider adding support to Websitepanel as well, and yet again they have come through.
I am currently beta testing the latest WebsitePanel 2.0 release and working with Helicon to fix any bugs, which has a some great new features including the support for Helicon's ZOO engine. Helicon ZOO is what I currently use to provide Railo hosting here on cfmldeveloper by the way.
Below are some videos showing the new features, which as you can see make installing Railo and Mura a synch.
The new features will be available on CFMLDEVELOPER when the Beta is released and when our host BlueThunder do the upgrade.
Easily install Railo on your server via WebsitePanel.
Railo Project Template
Enable Railo on your website by installing a template project and enabling the Helicon Zoo module.
Easily install Mura on your site via Microsoft Gallery installer.
MuraCon will feature sessions by top developers from the Mura CMS world, showing off the latest developments and features in Mura CMS. Connect with the Mura CMS community and learn how you can harness the power of one of the world's top Content Management Systems.
Two days of great content to improve your Mura CMS knowledge and productivity. At MuraCon you'll get 100% Mura CMS focused information, with insights into future developments, tips and tricks, and much, much more.
Also don't forget you can try out Mura right here on cfmldeveloper.com using your free developer hosting account. Professional Mura hosting, development and support is also offered by our Host BlueThunder Internet.
|Keynote||Mura CMS/Blue River|
|Kendo UI in Mura CMS||Ronnie Duke|
|Slatwall Ecommerce||ten24 web solutions|
|Building a Lean Startup in Mura CMS||Jas Panesar|
|Twitter Bootstrap & Responsive Layouts in Mura CMS||David Panzarella|
|Mobile-Ready Websites with Mura CMS||Guust Nieuwenhuis|
|Railo 4.0||Gert Franz|
|Mura Performance Tuning||Eddie Ballisty|
|Filter Your Content: Creating Custom Local Indexes & Iterators||Steve Withington|
|Meld MiniCommerce||Grant Shepert|
|Multi-lingual websites with Mura CMS||Guust Nieuwenhuis|
|Creating a Mura Plugin with FW/1 (2012 Edition)||Jas Panesar|
|Integrating Google Search Appliance with Mura CMS||Oguz Demirkapi|
|MuraCon Wrap Up & Raffle||Mura CMS/Blue River|
Do you ever need to test your sites over HTTPS with SSL enabled? Well now you can thanks to shared SSL which I now enabled on the cfmldeveloper server for all plans and all users.
Shared SSL allows you to secure pages on your site without the need to purchase your own SSL certificate or use a dedicated IP address.
This works but having a single SSL secured site that shares its certificate with other sites via a virtual directory in the secured site which points to a physical directory within your site.
In this case the secured site with the SSL is https://secure.cfmldeveloper.com/
So inside your own site you would created a folder called "secure" for example, and a virtual in the above site pointing to this folder, E.G.
Adobe are conducting the 2nd ColdFusion Developer week happening from 4th – 8th June 2012. (Register here: http://adobe.com/go/cfdeveloperweek )
With the launch of ColdFusion 10, they are back with the 2nd ColdFusion Developer Week, a series of free, live webinars hosted by seasoned ColdFusion experts. The webinars cover a wide range of topics, from what ColdFusion is and how to code it, to more in-depth topics related to CF10- HTML5, REST, ORM, Security enhancements and more.
If you are a new developer, someone with little or no ColdFusion experience, or even if you have been using ColdFusion all your life, these sessions are ideal for you. The ColdFusion Developer Week provides something for everyone so sign up now (http://adobe.com/go/cfdeveloperweek)
In order to bring cfmldeveloper.com up to date and continuing support ColdFusion I have requested a copy of CF10 from the new ColdFusion project manager (Rakshith Naresh), so fingers croseed. If you would like to also like to see CF10 on cfmldeveloper.com then you can send him your requests via twitter on @rakshithn