Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (better known as “GDPR”) has been around like forever. At least for legal and IT professionals. This Regulation has been seen as a data protection matter, but GDPR is not about protecting data. GDPR is all about protecting humans from undue negative effect that may result from the processing of information about (or relating to) them.
Google has this reasonably new thing: “Flutter is Google’s mobile app SDK for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world, and is free and open source.”
In this session we will cover how to build an API using ColdBox, but with the added benefit of using cffractal, an incredible ColdBox module that helps you iterate over collections of data or return single structural information.
An introduction to the Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) and its associated services and how it all slots together to give you a world-class platform for continuous integration (CI) and deployment.
You probably already know that your CFML code is compiled into Java classes and runs inside a Java Virtual Machine. In this talk we will cover what that means, how it works, and how you can use it to your benefit, to fine tune your application's performance, write more performant code for those places where every microsecond counts, or develop applications faster by utilizing one of the many available FOSS Java libraries.
In diesem Vortrag gehen wir auf die aktuellen Bedrohungslagen und Phänomene im Bereich Cybercrime ein, geben Einblick in die mögliche Vorgehensweise des Täters und zeigen auf, welche Schutzmechanismen wirksam sind.
Preside is an incredibly powerful application development platform. Yes, it can be used to build websites and has awesome CMS capabilities, but these are just a subset of its features and can be completely turned off.
It's that time again: another new version of CF has come out (CF2018), and it's time for veteran CF troubleshooter and presenter Charlie Arehart to continue his tradition of identifying "hidden gems" in the new release, as he's been doing since CF4.
Of course you can buy bigger machines, more RAM and faster network connections. But there's a simpler and cheaper way: write performant code!
What is fast and what is not fast coding wise - see it here.
During this session we will introduce you into the wonderful world of Customer Data Platforms and how you can integrate this into your own (maybe Lucee based) applications. Be able to target your visitors individually with the right content, integrate with external applications for data activation and transform your often anonymous visitors into known individuals.
Command line tools are all around us. We use them to interact with Git, Docker, Vagrant, or Angular. Many of these tools are written in Node, Python, or even Ruby, but did you know you can write your own command line tools directly with CFML?
Since the European General Data Protection Regulation took effect in May web developers had to face a lot of pratical problems to fulfill the new regulation. Especially the legally integration of common Social Media PlugIns is a challenging effort. Common solutions are not really useable for CF. That´s why Bokowsky + Laymann developed an own framework for this purpose.
Many people have a legacy codebase they would like to modernize but don't know where to start. The good news is you can make this transition slowly and at your own pace by embedding the new with the old. ColdBox's conventions are simple and easy to learn so you can convert the basics at first and implement more complex features down the road. We'll cover several methods of integrating ColdBox MVC into a legacy application and have demos of each to get you started.