2018-July I Love Lucee


Seen something interesting in the Lucee or CFML community this month? Post it here!

As always I love Lucee is a quick review of Lucee and CFML happenings in general!

Logging to a database - Lucee 5.3

The first video of July describes the differences between lazy queries and regular queries:

(Your Lucee Project) Announcements?

In Lucee 5.3, Rasia has added a new feature to enable logs to be stored in a database instead of the default behavior (in the various log files). Gert Franz wrote up a good overview on the Rasia Blog. Let us know what you think!


Nice! We are already planning on using this and already have some feature requests in!!! Great work team!

Mark Drew


This week’s video is Part 1 in a series on RESTful Server in Lucee.


@bdw429s recommended I post here, so am doing so.

I’ve been picking away at a Lucee web app in my off-hours for awhile, and it is now in beta. Would very much love to have fellow CF and/or Lucee folks pick away at it: https://debtdecimator.com.


Stack: Lucee 5.x / PostgreSQL / Framework-One / Angular 1.x
Env: Ubuntu 16.04, Apache @ Digital Ocean
Misc: Blog: Ghost, Forums: Discourse, Charting: Highchart, SSL: Let’s Encrypt, Payment Integration: Stripe (via Stripe-CFML), ColdFusion-based SSO with Discourse.

What is it?

It’s a credit card calculator. Supply a budget, plug in your balances and minimum payments, and it maths out which card you pay first, second, third, etc. It updates on-the-fly while you pay your bills, so that you are always maximizing (at least) one card at a time.

As mentioned above, it’s now in beta release, which is functionally-complete, but be warned as it is very early beta! Still quite buggy! Nevertheless, would love to share it with you all.


looks like http://www.coldfusionbloggers.org/ just came back to life, it suddenly showed back up in my feedly