2018-July I Love Lucee


#1

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
#2

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


(Your Lucee Project) Announcements?
#3

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!


#4

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

Mark Drew


#5

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

#6

@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.

Specs

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.


#7

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