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  • September 21, 2016

Develop a Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX) Application

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption


The Oracle Mobile Cloud Service team-enablement product management group is happy to announce a new tutorial explaining how to develop with Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX).
In this tutorial you will build a mobile self service application based on the Fix It Fast scenario. The app leverages Oracle Mobile Cloud Service custom APIs, and allows Fix It Fast technicians to login, look at their service requests while on the road, as well as create, view and update incidents.
The "beauty" of MAX is the whole mobile application is built entirely in your browser, and you can easily deploy it straight to your mobile device with a container app, something anybody can do without the hassle of Android Studio, Xcode and other complex mobile programming environments.
We hope you find this tutorial useful in scrubbing up your MAX skills & showing customers how easy it is to use. Believe us when we say an end-to-end app can be built in less than 10 minutes once you've run through the tutorial. Get the tutorial here.

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Comments ( 2 )
  • Nik Friday, June 9, 2017
    I'm a private individual who wants to learn Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX) for self educational purposes.

    Do I need to purchase a Developer Cloud Service subscription in order to learn MAX ?

    (The MAX documentation isn't clear on this)
  • Juergen Kress Friday, June 9, 2017
    Hi Nik

    Thanks for your interest in MAX & MCS. As an Oracle gold partner or higher you can use free of charge demo.oracle.com. Please see the free trial post at my blog.
    As an Oracle customer you can use the free 300 USD cloud credits. Please visit cloud.oracle.com.

    Thanks Jürgen Kress
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