HTTP/2 vs HTTP/1.1

  • 18 Oct 2018
  • Igal Sapir

You should always use HTTP/2 for your websites - it dramatically improves website performance with no downside. Igal Sapir of Rasia shows how significant this improvement can be with a simple example video.

Lucee is the only rational choice for CFML sites that use Docker

  • 06 Sep 2018
  • Malcolm O'Keeffe

Adobe's licensing model for ColdFusion is unfortunate, and likely to prevent ColdFusion from ever getting serious traction in the Docker world. The good news is that Lucee and Docker are a perfect fit for each other!

How to easily setup Lucee in Tomcat

  • 04 Sep 2018
  • Igal Sapir

Setting up Lucee in Tomcat is simple and easy. Igal Sapir of Rasia and the Lucee Association shows you 5 simple steps to getting Tomcat and Lucee up and running in your server or local development environment.

Case Study: Hamilton College

  • 13 Jul 2018
  • Malcolm O'Keeffe

The Hamilton College Web team produces an award-winning website, a personalized portal that aggregates dozens of CFML and other applications, as well as a mobile app - all with just 3 developers! Lucee, CFML (and Rasia support) are the key ingredients that help make them so productive.

Logging to the Database with Lucee 5.3

  • 28 Jun 2018
  • Gert Franz

At Rasia, we often work with clients who need specific features developed for their use of Lucee. In this case, a client wanted to be able to store the Lucee logs in a database.

Your CFML Engine is a Java Servlet

  • 29 May 2018
  • Igal Sapir

You may have heard in the past that Lucee, like the other popular CFML engines, is a Java servlet — or more precisely, a JSP servlet. But what does that mean exactly? And more importantly, why should you care?

Harnessing the power of Java in CFML

  • 29 Mar 2018
  • Igal Sapir

The Java world is full of free and open source (FOSS) libraries. Using code from those libraries in Lucee Server is easy. Here we show you how to use the Apache Commons IO Java library to parse log files super fast.

Safe Concurrency with Lucee

  • 15 Mar 2018
  • Igal Sapir

In a previous post we saw how easy it is to do multi-threading in Lucee. But as Uncle Ben said, with great power comes great responsibility. When multiple threads access shared mutable objects at the same time, it is important to synchronize the access or else you will run into problems commonly known as race conditions. This post shows you how to avoid these problems while tapping safely into the power of multi-threading.

Easy Parallelism in Lucee

  • 08 Mar 2018
  • Igal Sapir

One approach for increasing your application performance in Lucee is to take advantage of multi-threading - this allows you to improve throughput and take full advantage of multi-core processors. In this part 1 we will take a look at the concept of "parallelism" and how it can work in Lucee. In part 2 we will cover a couple of potential pitfalls, and how correct concurrent code can solve them.

Introducing ArgusCache: The fastest way to improve CFML application performance

  • 21 Feb 2018
  • Gert Franz

We are very happy to introduce ArgusCache - the easiest way to improve CFML application performance.

Installing ArgusCache

  • 31 Jan 2018
  • Gert Franz

Installing ArgusCache is quite easy to do. Just follow the instructions below in order to get your application to work with ArgusCache.

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