Tuesday Mar 10, 2015

Monitoring of Mobile Applications

clip_image002Describing the INI Settings for the Application Interface Services Server This tutorial describes the INI settings for the AIS Server through Server Manager.

Describing Logging and Diagnostics of the Application Interface Services Server This tutorial describes the logging and diagnostics for the AIS Server through Server Manager.

Describing the Runtime Metrics of the Application Interface Services Server This tutorial describes the runtime metrics for the AIS Server through Server Manager.

Describing Clustering with the Application Interface Services Server This tutorial describes monitoring clustered AIS Servers through Server Manager.

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Saturday Mar 07, 2015

Form-Field Validation in MAF by Waslley Souza

clip_image002The validation of required fields in web applications is important, and you have to do the same for mobile applications.
In this post I will show how you can validate required fields in Oracle MAF 2.0. To do this, I will use the application of this post: REST/JSON in MAF.
Download the sample application: MAFValidationApp.zip.

Open empEdit page.
Add the Validation Group component to validate required fields.
Go to Components panel > Operations, drag the Validation Group component and drop before the panelFormLayout component.
Set the property: id=”vg1″.

Go to Structure panel, drag the Panel Form Layout component and drop inside the Validation Group component. Read the complete article here.

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Friday Mar 06, 2015

Building Mobile Applications with Oracle Mobile Application Framework free Oracle Tutorial

clip_image002 In this tutorial, you use Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle MAF to build and deploy a mobile application. The application uses a simple Java class to store the data and displays a list of employees on one page and a graph of salaries on another. As you build the application, you will add MAF layout components to further control and customize the behavior of the application.

In Part 2 of the tutorial, you add specific device integration to your application. In Part 3, you add a call to a web service that accepts arguments and upgrades the salary of an employee. Get the Tutorial here.

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Wednesday Mar 04, 2015

Catching Up on Mobile By Carlos Chang


clip_image002There's a few things we should probably catch up on regarding Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) that you may have missed or should revisit...

1. There's a new version of Oracle MAF. Version 2.0.1 has support for iOS 8, enterprise management and security enhancements, component enhancements and enhanced tooling support.  Joe Huang covers it in detail in here. Speaking of enhance tooling support, leads to #2.

2. If you haven't heard about Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE), well, OEPE <3 MAF and isn't afraid to show it. The new release supports Eclipse Luna, Oracle Developer Cloud Service, and of course MAF 2.0.1.  Greg Stachnick covers it well here.

3. So now you have JDeveloper and Eclipse to choose from. Good! Time to put step up to the challenge. The Oracle Mobile Application challenge. Sign up of right challenge and potentially win some cash. Click here for details.

4. Want a bit of extra help? This article on mobile design patterns might help.

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Saturday Feb 28, 2015

MAF 2.0.1.2.0 available

Mobile Application Framework 2.0.1.2.0 Release Notes

Bugs Fixed In This Release

Bug Number

Description

Platform

1.

20020844

Deployment to Android 5.0 device fails if app not yet installed

Android

2.

19987840

First SSL REST web service call has performance issue on iOS 8

iOS

3.

19952693

Task flow doesn't navigate if optional input parameter is not specified

Both

4.

19666265

Redirect loop when accessing a protected web resource

Both

5.

19630198

User can access secured feature after idle timeout

Both

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Friday Feb 13, 2015

Mobile Tools for Java™ (MTJ) 2.0 plugin for Eclipse IDE released by Alexander Belokrylov

clip_image002I proud to announce that a new version of MTJ plugin for Eclipse have recently been released with a significant contribution of Oracle's engineers. Mobile Tools for Java TM (MTJ) 2.0 release is making MTJ plugin IoT ready by supporting Java ME Embedded 8 platform. Oracle Java ME Embedded 8 is Java TM Runtime client optimized for ARM based micro controllers and other constrained devices. Now MTJ 2.0 provides a support for CLDC 1.8 configuration (JSR 360), MEEP 8.0 profile (JSR 361) support, MEEP 8.0 profile (JSR 361), better IMP-NG profile (JSR 228) support. MEEP 8.0 permissions mechanism was significantly changed and looks similar to Java SE, MTJ 2.0 supports MEEP security model. Code Validation Builder provides an ability to perform pre-compilation analysis and generates warnings using 3rd party plugins created on top of MTJ. Also support for Java ME APIs javadocs in zip archives provided by the new version of MTJ.

Detailed information and download links can be found at the project page here

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Friday Feb 06, 2015

An interview with enterprise mobility lead Luc Bors by Chris Muir


clip_image002Mobility expert Luc Bors from AMIS Netherlands recently published via McGraw-
Hill the Oracle Mobile Application Developer Guide, the very first book to come out about Oracle's Mobile Application Framwork (MAF) since its release earlier this year. Following on from my previous articles on Oracle mobile leaders, in this Q&A article we interviewed Luc to share his insights into the world of Oracle mobility with you.

Firstly Luc, congratulations on publishing your book on Oracle's Mobile Application Framework. This must have been a big achievement for you?

Luc: Thanks Chris. This was definitely a big achievement for me. It was hard work and it took a lot of my spare time. I will never forget the moment when I submitted my final chapter and, some 3 months later, the moment the shipment with my book in print arrived. It felt great! I was finally able to hold the book in my hands.

Great work. If we can take a few steps back, I've had the pleasure of knowing you for a few years when you've presented at conferences around the world, but for the audience can you please introduce yourself, your role and organization you work for?

Luc: My name is Luc Bors. I am an Oracle ACE and I work as a principal consultant for AMIS Services in the Netherlands. AMIS is a consulting company where expertise is key. This is evident in our profound knowledge of the complete Oracle technology stack. With nearly 100 employees we not only work for customers in the Netherlands, but also offer expert services throughout the world.

What’s your background before working on mobile solutions?

Luc: Actually I do not have a background in IT at all. I have a master’s degree in Genetic Engineering from Wageningen University. During my years in university I already developed an affinity to computer science as I was using and altering highly sophisticated software for statistical analysis. After graduating it did not take much time and effort to switch from Bio Technology to Information Technology. Both were emerging technologies in the 90’s and that is where my passion lies: new technologies. I started as an Oracle Forms and PL/SQL Developer in 1997 and about 8 years ago I switched to Java and Oracle ADF. I have been involved in many ADF projects, both greenfield ADF implementations and Forms to ADF modernization projects. First as developer, later as technical team lead and architect.

And today what’s your main focus?

Luc: Today my main focus is ADF architecture and mobile solutions based on the Oracle Mobile Application Framework. I tend to combine both and use the power of both frameworks in the context of enterprise mobility.

As a developer, what’s changed since you took up the “mobile first” mantra?

Luc: The first time I took up a mobile challenge was actually quite some years ago. In a proof of concept for a retailer I created a solution for handheld scanners that called out to a web service to find the stock for articles with a given barcode. Back in those days nobody had heard of “mobile first”. Read the complete interview here.

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Sunday Feb 01, 2015

MAF 2.0 : Loading Images in a Background Process – Part I by Luc Bors

clip_image002Images are heavily used in Mobile apps. For instance a list that contains employees usually shows the images of these employees. This works well when you have a WIFI connection, but what if you are using slower connections ? If you look at a mobile twitter app you will see that, depending on connectivity, images are loaded instantaneously or delayed. In this post I explain how you can load the images of a List in a background process, after the other content has been loaded.

As mentioned before, a twitter client is able to defer the loading of images whenever a slow connection is detected. You are able to read the content as soon as it is loaded, and the images will show up with a delay, one at a time. Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Jan 27, 2015

Next-Generation Application Development— The Mobile and Cloud Effect at Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum 2015

The Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum takes place March 3rd & 4th in Budapest Hungary. During this annual conference You as an Oracle Partner can get the latest updates on the Fusion Middleware 12c solutions. “The Cloud Platform for Digital Business” will be the theme of the 20th conference. Keynotes will be delivered from Amit Zavery, Andrew Sutherland and SOA, BPM and Mobile product management including live demos. On the second day you can choose between three tracks: SOA, BPM or WebLogic and Mobile. As part a general session Grant will present:

Next-Generation Application Development— The Mobile and Cloud Effect

What if you could build a mobile app from your tablet? Could you use the Cloud to shape, manage and gain insight into your mobile applications? New methods are emerging and old obstacles are disappearing as cloud and mobile continue their takeover of the application development world. See how these evolving environments influence the way you’ll be building enterprise applications. In this session you will get a peek into the tools, frameworks, and services Oracle is offering today—and planning for the future—to drive innovations in application development.

Grant Ronald

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Oracle Corporation

Director Product Management

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Saturday Jan 24, 2015

Send SMS from ADF Application using Horizon SMS API by Ashish Awasthi

clip_image002This post is about using SMS API to send SMS text to mobile from an Oracle ADF application
there are various SMS Gateway to send SMS using java and all java API's can be used with Oracle ADF
here i am using sms horizon (a bulk sms provider in india) see this SMS API integration with Java and Oracle ADF, follow the steps
First create an account with SMS Horizon - http://www.smshorizon.in/ or User Login- SMS Horizon you can purchase a trial package to test your code, they provide 200 sms for Rs 25 only. So After purchasing trial pack you will get and API Key and username. Login to your account and see your dashboard- you will see your API key in this type of box- Read the complete article here.

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Developing for the Digital Enterprise: Extending your ADF Applications to Mobile at Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum 2015

The Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum takes place March 3rd & 4th in Budapest Hungary. During this annual conference You as an Oracle Partner can get the latest updates on the Fusion Middleware 12c solutions. “The Cloud Platform for Digital Business” will be the theme of the 20th conference. Keynotes will be delivered from Amit Zavery, Andrew Sutherland and SOA, BPM and Mobile product management including live demos. On the second day you can choose between three tracks: SOA, BPM or WebLogic and Mobile. As part of the Mobile & Weblogic track Frank will present:

Developing for the Digital Enterprise: Extending your ADF Applications to Mobile

Cloud computing and mobile are two new horizons showing for Oracle ADF developers. If you like it or not, the world of information technology has started to change, shifting its weight towards mobility everywhere and for everyone with a strong push for public Clouds. This session is not a statement of direction for Oracle ADF but discusses the options you as ADF developers have when travelling towards one or both of the new horizons. Come with pen and paper to learn about what you can change, what you may want to keep and which new skills you need to put onto your skill wish-list."

Frank Nimphius

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Oracle Corporation

Senior Principal Product Manager
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Friday Jan 23, 2015

How Oracle MAF modernized a Legacy System by Luc Bors


clip_image002There is a growing demand to access enterprise data from mobile devices. Usually to support multiple devices, multiple applications need to be developed using multiple languages. Oracle Mobile Application Framework allows you to create one single application, that runs on multiple mobile device platforms based on a single code base. Oracle MAF leverages the existing development skills of both Oracle ADF and Java developers and enabled the development team of BCPRA (British Columbia Provincial Renal Agency) to create PROMIS Lite.
PROMIS (Patient Records and Outcome Management Information System) Lite gives authorized users, such as nurses, doctors and surgeons mobile access to a subset of patient information such as medication and lab test results. In this session you will learn how this app evolved from a brainwave at the office to a real on device app. You will see the entire process, from business case to requirements and from development to device. The result is amazing as you will learn from the demo at the end of this session. Get the presentation here.

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Video and Slides – Data Caching Strategies for Mobile Application Framework by Andrejus Baranovskis

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I have recorded a video tutorial, based on my OOW'14 session - Data Caching Strategies for Oracle Mobile Application Framework. ADF developers who could not attend OOW'14 in San Francisco, this is for you ! Here you can view the slides: Data Caching Strategies for Oracle Mobile Application Framework

Watch the first part of the tutorial: Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Jan 22, 2015

Mobile Application in Alta UI Mobile Suite and OSB integration at Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum 2015

The Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum takes place March 3rd & 4th in Budapest Hungary. During this annual conference You as an Oracle Partner can get the latest updates on the Fusion Middleware 12c solutions. “The Cloud Platform for Digital Business” will be the theme of the 20th conference. Keynotes will be delivered from Amit Zavery, Andrew Sutherland and SOA, BPM and Mobile product management including live demos. On the second day you can choose between three tracks: SOA, BPM or WebLogic and Mobile. As part of Mobiel & WebLogic track Andrejus Brasnoskis will present:

Mobile Application in Alta UI Mobile Suite and OSB integration

Live demo for Oracle Mobile Suite and Service Bus integration. Front end will be implemented with the new Oracle UI platform - Alta UI.

Andrejus Baranovskis

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Wednesday Jan 21, 2015

Mobile Application Framework by Frank Nimphius


clip_image002Share information among features in Oracle Mobile Application Framework.

Oracle Mobile Application Framework is the successor framework to Oracle Application Development Framework Mobile (Oracle ADF Mobile) for building on-device applications for iOS and Android platforms. This article steps you through one way to perform a common developer task in Oracle Mobile Application Framework: sharing information among Application Mobile XML (AMX) features.

A feature in Oracle Mobile Application Framework is a unit of work—a single piece of application functionality that users can access from the mobile application springboard. An example of a feature is a product catalog in which users can query and select items to buy. AMX is one of three technologies that you can use to develop features in Oracle Mobile Application Framework.

Oracle Mobile Application Framework mobile applications can be developed in Oracle JDeveloper with the Oracle Mobile Application Framework extension, or in Eclipse with Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse. In this article’s hands-on exercise, you’ll use Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Mobile Application Framework to implement a customers feature that shares information about the selected customer with an orders feature.

Architecture Overview

Figure 1 shows a simplified architecture diagram for Oracle Mobile Application Framework. A mobile application built with Oracle Mobile Application Framework is compiled into a platform-specific container that is then deployed to a mobile device. From the perspective of the device, the container makes the application appear to be written in the device’s native OS language (Objective-C for iOS or Java for Android). Read the complete article here.

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