Mobile Mania! OTN Resources for Mobile App Development
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Jul 30, 2014
Beyond mobility, the next generation of devices will expand our personal computing options with new form factors and input methods that will change the way we interact with and think about technology. Simply put, computers and computing will become increasingly transparent...Going forward, your personal computing experience will not be dominated by the computer.
From Death of the PC: Time to Kiss Your Computer Goodbye?
by Forbes.com contributor Raj Sabhlok
One very significant aspect of the transformation Raj Sabhlok describes in his article is that mobile computing is very quickly evolving from using your smart phone to make virtual birds angry to getting some actual, productive work done. You know, the kind of activity that makes money appear in your bank account? As mobile computing continues its push into the enterprise realm the skills necessary to drive that transformation are getting hot, hot, hot. If you're interesting in developing and sharpening those skills you'll want to check out some new OTN resources.
In the OTN articles section you'll find a new list of technical articles focused on mobile development, written by community members and Oracle's own experts. Click here to visit the Mobile Articles List.
If reading isn't your thing, the team behind the Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) has created the Oracle Mobile Platform YouTube Channel, which includes several dozen technical videos. You can binge out on Oracle MAF!
Have technical questions about mobile app development or about working with the Oracle Mobile Application Framework? Spend some quality time in the Oracle Mobile space in the OTN Community Forums.
And finally, a new OTN "topic" page devoted to Mobile computing pulls it all together -- product downloads, the latest articles, podcasts, videos, forum discussions, and social media conversations -- all in a single page, providing and at-a-glance look at what's happening in mobile development across the OTN community. Click here to visit the Mobile Topic Page.
If these resources aren't enough to keep you busy, let me know.