Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2016 – Security Workshop Sold Out!

We had to close registrations for the Preconference full day Security Workshop happening on October 9th.  Hopefully you have already signed up if you wanted to join that hands-on lab.

We still have a few seats left in the API Workshop.  As a reminder, below is the topic description.  Please register today if you would like to attend, as this workshop will likely sell out soon as well.

Developing and Managing APIs with Adobe ColdFusion API Manager

This full day preconference lab will cover API development with a focus on REST based APIs. It will include an overview of Adobe ColdFusion API Manager and walk through configuration of the environment, and various features available to create and manage APIs.

Register today here: https://cfsummit.adobeevents.com/register/

 

Updates for ColdFusion 2016, ColdFusion Builder 2016, ColdFusion 11 and ColdFusion 10 released

This article announces the release of updatesColdFusion 2016, ColdFusion Builder 2016, ColdFusion 11 and ColdFusion 10.

These updates address a common vulnerability mentioned in security bulletin APSB 16-22 

Adobe ColdFusion Summit 2016 Preconference Workshops almost Sold Out!

There are only a handful of seats available for our preconference workshops on API and Security topics, so we will be closing registration very soon due to capacity limitations.  Please register today if you haven't yet!

As a reminder, these workshops are full day hands-on labs so it's a great learning opportunity for your teams.  Below is a summary of the workshop descriptions:

Topic 1
Developing and Managing APIs with Adobe ColdFusion API Manager

This full day preconference lab will cover API development with a focus on REST based APIs. It will include an overview of Adobe ColdFusion API Manager and walk through configuration of the environment, and various features available to create and manage APIs.

Topic 2
Security

This full day hands-on training session will focus entirely on the topic of security as it relates to web developers, reviewing examples of how vulnerabilities are exploited and how to mitigate these vulnerabilities within your code.

Both of these full day preconference labs will have prerequisites and will require students to bring their own laptops for use. Further details on what will be covered and prerequisite information will be provided soon.

 

Register today here: https://cfsummit.adobeevents.com/register/

ColdFusion 2016 and ColdFusion Builder 2016 Update 2 are available for early access

ColdFusion 2016 and ColdFusion Builder 2016 Update 2 early access builds are now available for your testing and feedback.


Note: The early access builds mentioned here have now been released in final form. So do not use the prerelease files or info below, but rather see the later blog post:

https://coldfusion.adobe.com/updates-for-coldfusion-2016-coldfusion-builder-2016-coldfusion-11-and-coldfusion-10-released


 

Using ColdFusion APIM To Import API From Swagger

As discussed in previous blog there are 5 ways of creating APIs in ColdFusion API Manager. We have already seen How To Create Manual API In ColdFusion API Manager. Now we will import an API from Swagger.  Swagger is a specification for describing, producing, consuming, and visualizing RESTful web services. APIM supports Swagger 1.2 as well as 2.0. Read more here : Using ColdFsion APIM to import API from Swagger  

How To Create Manual API In ColdFusion API Manager

ColdFusion API Manager helps you to create APIs that expose core functionalities of application and other backend systems. These APIs are then published and managed at runtime. We can create APIs in multiple ways : Creating API Manually Importing API from Swagger Importing API from ColdFusion REST services Converting a SOAP service into a REST service Import a SOAP API through a proxy service In the series of blogs to follow we will cover each flow. In this blog we […]