Monday Jun 27, 2016

Getting Started with Oracle JET Hybrid Mobile Application Development

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The Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) framework includes support for hybrid mobile application development, providing Android and iOS Alta themes and UI behavior on Oracle JET components, starter applications, design patterns, and tooling support.

Before you can create your first hybrid mobile application, you should become familiar with the Oracle JET mobile features and third-party technologies. You must also install the prerequisite packages and Oracle JET mobile tools.

Topics

· Typical Workflow for Getting Started with Hybrid Mobile Development

· Installing the Mobile Tooling

· Creating a Hybrid Mobile Application

Get the tutorial here.

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Saturday Jun 25, 2016

What’s New in Oracle JET 2.0.0 by John ‘Jb’ Brock

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Open Source! Open Source! Open Source!

Did we say that we've open sourced Oracle JET?  We have!

What else is new in this release besides the license change?

Command Line Interface (CLI)

We have produced a new Yeoman generator for creating new applications as quickly as possible.  You can create new web and mobile hybrid applications using the generator.

Grunt is also used to provide both build and serve tasks for the web and for mobile hybrid apps targeting both Android and iOS.

Please reference the Developers Guide for a complete command reference for Web development and Mobile Hybrid development

Mobile Hybrid support

It is now easier than ever to develop and build mobile hybrid applications with Oracle JET.

New components that are most commonly used on mobile devices are now available, like:

  • ListView with swipe to reveal

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Friday Jun 24, 2016

Summer Camps PaaS & Middleware - 2016

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You are working on large Fusion Middleware & PaaS opportunities & projects? Oracle is pleased to invite you to the PaaS & Fusion Middleware Summer Camps 2016.

For technical experts we offer five days hands-on trainings in Lisbon or live virtual classes:

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Summer Camps Lisbon August 29th – September 2nd 2016


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For sales managers and marketing experts we offer two Webcasts on-demand

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Thursday Jun 23, 2016

What’s New in Mobile Cloud Service ?

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As soon as an Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) update becomes available to Oracle data centers, your instance of MCS is upgraded accordingly. You don’t need to request an upgrade to be able to use the new features—they come to you automatically. If you’re not sure which service update you have, click your user name in the upper right corner of the MCS user interface, then click About.

16.1.1 Service Update

· Want to build a mobile app that includes data from a service defined in Integration Cloud Service (ICS)? Or create your own service in ICS to do something like synchronize data between two applications, before using that data in your mobile app? With the latest release of Mobile Cloud Service, you can create an ICS connector API to make it easier to call ICS services from your custom code. See ICS Connector API Flow for details.

15.4.3 Service Update

· Mobile Cloud Service now has a shiny new interface! Not only is it much cleaner and crisper than before, but it’s been designed to focus your attention on a single environment at a time: Development, Staging, or Production.

Use the new “hamburger menu” in the top left to access all the artifacts and tools associated with whatever environment you’re looking at—mobile backends, APIs, analytics, and more.

As part of the UI overhaul, the role/permissions model has been tightened up and streamlined as well, which means you can be sure that your team members will see only the parts of the UI—or the environments—you’ve enabled them to see.

· As a mobile app developer, you should find these enhancements pretty useful:

· Client SDKs for both Windows (.NET) and JavaScript are now available, making it much easier to develop mobile apps that run on those platforms. Support for push notifications is also available to mobile apps built on Windows.

· Develop mobile apps that can work offline—even if a mobile user edits or adds content—then automatically sync up with MCS in the Cloud as soon as they come back online. No need to worry about real or potential resource clashes, either: they’re handled through policies that you control. See Data Offline to find out how it works. Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Jun 21, 2016

What’s New for Oracle Mobile Cloud Service


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What’s New in Mobile Cloud Service?

As soon as new and changed features become available, cloud tools for managing Oracle Mobile Cloud instances are upgraded in the data centers where Oracle Cloud services are hosted. You don’t need to request an upgrade to be able to use the new features—they come to you automatically.

16.2.3 (V2.0) Service Update

Empower your business users to build their own mobile apps with Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX). As long as the underlying APIs are created according to a set of pre-defined patterns, folks in HR, Finance, and other non-technical roles can build mobile apps without ever having to write a line of code. Start here.

Need some mobile apps to manage timecard entries and other HR tasks? No need to build them yourself. MCS provides some pre-built, self-service apps that bring key E-Business Suite data to all your mobile devices. If you want them, just download them from the MCS user interface.

Here’s what V2.0 brings mobile app developers:

· Want to make your apps location-aware? Now you can define points of interest and query those points using the Location Platform API. With the Location API, you’ll know where your users are so you can send them vital information right when they need it, to keep your customers firmly engaged. The Location chapter tells you how to use Location in your mobile apps.

· Let your mobile users log on to your apps using their Microsoft Azure Active Directory credentials. You’ll find what you need to know here.

If you’re a service developer, check out these new features:

· Version 1.1 brought you the ability to export and import artifacts across MCS instances through a set of APIs. 16.2.3 makes working with these artifacts (called “packages”) a whole lot easier, thanks to a brand new user interface. See the chapter on Packages for more information.

· To facilitate your PaaS and SaaS integration projects, we’ve added OAuth and JWT token policies for REST connectors, to help make identify propagation easier. Security Policies for REST Connectors contains the reference information you’ll need. Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Jun 19, 2016

Oracle Excellence Awards: Oracle Cloud Platform Innovation

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Calling all Oracle Cloud Platform Innovators click here, to submit your nomination today

Call for Nominations: Oracle Cloud Platform Innovation 2016

Are your customers using Oracle Cloud Platform to deliver unique business value? If so, submit a nomination today for the 2016 Oracle Excellence Awards for Oracle Cloud Platform Innovation as their Oracle Sales Partner or encourage them to submit their own nomination. These highly coveted awards honor customers and their partners for their cutting-edge solutions using Oracle Cloud Platform. Winners are selected based on the uniqueness of their business case, business benefits, level of impact relative to the size of the organization, complexity and magnitude of implementation, and the originality of architecture.

Customer Winners receive a free pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2016 in San Francisco (September 18-September 22) and will be honored during a special event at OpenWorld.  Award Winners become great references as well!

Our 2016 Award Categories are:

Benefits:

  • Customers and partners receive awards in an Oscar style ceremony held at Yerba Buena Center of Arts during OOW. They feel acknowledged for their success with our products and winners receive a FREE OOW Pass
  • We hear about exciting new stories and invite customers to speak at various OOW sessions. Customers get a FREE OOW Pass
  • Nominator's get invited on stage at the OOW award ceremony and a special note sent out to their management chain to highlight their account's success
  • Great new public references come out of the Innovation Awards effort every year (however it is not required that customers agree to reference up front)

NOTE: The deadline to submit all nominations is 5pm Pacific on June 20th, 2016. Customers don't have to be in production to submit a nomination and nominations are for both Cloud and on-premise solutions. Click here, to submit your nomination today

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Saturday Jun 18, 2016

Announcing Mobile Cloud Service v2.0

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I am proud to announce the availability of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Version 2.0. Our goal to simplify mobile development has led us to develop important new features such as  Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX), a new location-based service, and security enhancements to our Mobile Backend as a Service platform. We are confident that these features will help your customers build amazing apps that help personalize each interaction with their brand while streamlining their development process.

Build Better Apps Faster with MAX

As innovation in mobile solutions grows at a healthy pace, traditional IT is finding it challenging to keep up with user demands for more apps.  With MAX, our new Rapid Mobile App Development (RMAD) tool, “citizen developers” with no programming background can develop their own apps for iOS and Android platforms, without writing a single line of code. MAX lets employees connect with their data by building simple, elegant mobile apps independently, thus freeing up IT for more complex pursuits.

Click here to see MAX in action

Increase Engagement with Location-Aware Apps

Marketers today increasingly use mobile apps to provide context-rich information, making apps more relevant and useful than ever before. To extend the value of those apps, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is now adding location-awareness to the mix.  Our declarative framework, complete with an intuitive admin UI, helps define places, devices (such as beacons), and assets, and boasts a Locations API to help query these entities and the relationship between them.  Now mobile app developers can obtain location-based contextual information on places and assets, and target mobile app users using geo-fences and beacon proximity.

Click here for a blog on how Location Based Services are being used at Manchester Airport

Click here for a blog on Location Based Services in MCS v2.0

Click here for documentation on Locations in MCS

Security Remains our Top Priority

Security has always been a first class citizen as far as Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is concerned. With our focus on user roles, policies, and credentials, we strive for an airtight yet worry-free development experience. To facilitate PaaS-SaaS integration projects, today we announce support for JWT token and OAuth policies for REST connectors to streamline building mobile apps to Sales and Field Cloud Services.  In addition, now mobile users can log on to their apps with external identity providers such as Microsoft Azure Active Directory, joining our enormously popular Facebook social login feature.

Click here for information on MCS security




What's New for Oracle Mobile Cloud Service

What’s New in Mobile Cloud Service?

As soon as new and changed features become available, cloud tools for managing Oracle Mobile Cloud instances are upgraded in the data centers where Oracle Cloud services are hosted. You don’t need to request an upgrade to be able to use the new features—they come to you automatically.

16.2.3 (V2.0) Service Update

Empower your business users to build their own mobile apps with Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX). As long as the underlying APIs are created according to a set of pre-defined patterns, folks in HR, Finance, and other non-technical roles can build mobile apps without ever having to write a line of code. Start here.

Need some mobile apps to manage timecard entries and other HR tasks? No need to build them yourself. MCS provides some pre-built, self-service apps that bring key E-Business Suite data to all your mobile devices. If you want them, just download them from the MCS user interface.

Here’s what V2.0 brings mobile app developers:

· Want to make your apps location-aware? Now you can define points of interest and query those points using the Location Platform API. With the Location API, you’ll know where your users are so you can send them vital information right when they need it, to keep your customers firmly engaged. The Location chapter tells you how to use Location in your mobile apps.

· Let your mobile users log on to your apps using their Microsoft Azure Active Directory credentials. You’ll find what you need to know here.

If you’re a service developer, check out these new features:

· Version 1.1 brought you the ability to export and import artifacts across MCS instances through a set of APIs. 16.2.3 makes working with these artifacts (called “packages”) a whole lot easier, thanks to a brand new user interface. See the chapter on Packages for more information.

· To facilitate your PaaS and SaaS integration projects, we’ve added OAuth and JWT token policies for REST connectors, to help make identify propagation easier. Security Policies for REST Connectors contains the reference information you’ll need. Read the complete article here.

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Friday Jun 17, 2016

Why you should attend the PaaS & Middleware Summer Camps 2016!

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You are working on large Fusion Middleware & PaaS opportunities & projects? Oracle is pleased to invite you to the PaaS & Fusion Middleware Summer Camps VI . Goal of this 5 days hands-on trainings is to support you to deliver a successful project. Most of the trainers are a member of the Oracle product management team.

Come to Lisbon to get a 5 days hands-on training in one of the following topics:

  • PaaS & IaaS
  • Enterprise Connectivity (SOA)
  • Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service
  • Java Cloud Services & WebLogic 12.2.1
  • Internet of Things (IoT)

Important: all trainings are hands-on and require a laptop with 12+ GB or more!

Registration is free of charge, except in case of cancellation fee € 150 or no-show fee €2000! Please read the registration page very careful before you register – make the right choice for your bootcamp (you can not change later) Please be aware that we will NOT answer questions via e-mail with details you can find at the registration page.

Schedule & Location

August 29th until September 2nd 2016

Lisbon Portugal

Quotes from previous Middleware Summer Camps

  • This is the most effective 5 days spend in training, Simon Haslam, Veriton
  • Great event, great training, great city, best people, Ruben Rodriguez Santiago avanttic
  • An excellent week spent learning a new and innovative technology for easy mobile development with support and tutoring from the best professionals in the area, Rui Couto eProseed
  • Must do, Emiel Paasschens Amis
  • Very impressed with MCS. It is a mature product, easy to use, very responsive. I am 100 percent sure it will be a Killer Cloud PaaS, Luis Weir HCL
  • Definitely a must attend event. Great insight on the new upcoming offerings, Carlos Pona Link Consulting
  • Just perfect, Cornelia Spanner Opitz
  • Awesome, Jeroen Bakker redblue
  • In five days you will get an intensive look at new Oracle products, techniques and the Cloud Future, Jeroen Ninck Blok SynTouch
  • Love OFM Summer Camp always, Jon Petter Hjulstad Sysco
  • The best Event for quick overview and indept insight of many products and the direction things are moving to, Marcel van de Glind MyFMW
  • Incredible amount of information within a week. Great to actually see the new Cloud Services in action, Hugo Hendriks Qualogy
  • Most intensive and extensive training week I have ever had. Also great for networking with other developers and product management, Jeroen van Essen Capgemini
  • A great opportunity to learn about newest technology and products, Thomas Schuster esentri
  • OFM Summer Camps, the best place to learn about new technologies of the Oracle stack and to meet new people with the same passion, Wilco Meijer The Future Group
  • The Cloud will change everything. Make sure you know how to work with it, Andreas Chatziantoniou Foyglove-IT
  • First class knowledge delivered at a first class event! Thanks for the 12c certification quickstart! Milco Numan, Qualogy
  • Came with 12 people and the summer camps was a great success for all! Torsten Winterberg, Opitz
  • Defiantly a must attend event, Silviu Leahu, SC Endava Romania SRL
  • Summer Camps provides the best info of the latest features of the Fusion Middleware products, Marko Parikka, Capgemini
  • Best training I have ever attended from Oracle. Not only was the dept. of the knowledge of the instructor amazing deep, the hands-on lessons ensured I could use the new functionality effectively when I get back to work, Dan Atwood, Avio
  • Amazing energy, getting the knowledge straight from the product management - see you next time!, Martijn van der Kamp, Capgemini
  • Certainly the best technology related Oracle event in Europe! Getting in touch with Oracle product managers is a great way to get information beyond the official documentation, Frank Munz, munz & more
  • Put hands on the future, Mario Castro Deloitte

For details please visit our registration page here www.tinyurl.com/ofmSummerCamps2016

OFM Summer Camp

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Thursday Jun 16, 2016

Mobile Cloud Service 2.0 is Here! by Suhas Uliyar

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Blogging about the 2nd major release of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is personally very exciting! Not too long ago a few of us with many years of mobile experience amongst us, sat in a room and drew up the plans for building – from the ground up – a cloud based enterprise mobile platform, Oracle’s Mobile Cloud Service (MCS).

Our goal was to simplify enterprise mobility and help mobile developer build Better Apps Faster. With these goals in mind, we released MCS in July 2015 and in a short 10 months, we are thrilled to see its success and momentum in the marketplace. Our design goals to be open, agnostic and built on open standards, are being adopted by customers of all sizes, across all industries from around the world. With Oracle MCS, organizations deliver modern experiences to their employees and drive modern engagement with their customers. One of our fundamental principles was to be open and agnostic to mobile client development tools so that developers could develop in their tool of choice and make it simple to consume enterprise services from a Mobile API catalog without requiring them to understand the complexities of enterprise data and security policies. We have customers using native tools from Apple, Google, Xamarin, Sencha, Ionic along with Oracle client development tools, Mobile Application Framework (MAF) & JET, to build engaging experiences integrated with a variety of backend systems.

We have continued to innovate with quick and agile releases of MCS and today I am very excited to share with you the big strides we have BETTER apps with MCS Location Based Services and help enterprises build apps FASTER with Oracle’s Rapid Mobile Application Development (RMAD) capabilities, called Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX). These capabilities are targeted at what Gartner refers to as “citizen developers.”

Before I tell you more about MAX, let’s first take a look at what we’ve delivered with Location Based Services..

About Oracle MCS and Location Based Services

Many enterprises like retailers, event organizers, transit systems, financial services, hospitality and educational institutions are engaging with consumers and have invested significantly in enabling seamless user experiences across mobile applications and the online world. They are able to get insights related to app downloads and in some cases user behavior across multiple channels. However, many of them have neglected a key value that mobile provides that the online world does not - the consumer’s physical location! When you consider that 93% of US retail sales still occur in store, enterprises are missing a key connection between the physical and online world.

The challenge with GPS is that indoor spaces often block cell signals and make it difficult to get an accurate location. This is where Beacons become a viable solution. Beacons, a low-cost piece of hardware — small enough to attach to a wall or countertop, use battery-friendly, low-energy Bluetooth connections to transmit or prompt directly to mobile devices. Companies like Estimote are poised to transform and reinvent a contextually rich mobile experience.

“It’s a no-brainer. Beacons increase the granularity of information that Oracle MCS can use to help businesses provide a contextually rich experience to their customers”  Steve Cheney Co-Founder of Estimote.

In-store retail and offline payments are in the first wave of beacon applications. Retail outlets are adopting beacons to provide customers with product information, flash sales or deals, and speed up the checkout process with a completely contactless payments system. Consumers seem receptive to beacons as a way to enhance their in-store shopping experience. Half of American adults already utilize their mobile devices in stores. Consumers could also use them to inexpensively automate their homes. For example, beacons could turn on lights in a room as soon as someone with a smartphone has entered them, or open doors or window shades.

Mobile represents the bridge between the digital and physical world and is becoming the most valuable tool yet for marketers, allowing them to be contextual, relevant and useful. To help build BETTER apps that take advantage of location services, we made it easy by providing a 360 degree view of contextual location information for the app developer to enable better decision support and engagement on the mobile app. MCS 2.0 provides a declarative framework with an easy to use  Admin UI, for the definition of Places, Devices such as Beacons, and Assets as first class entities along with the ability to query interesting information about these entities and the association between them from the mobile app via Platform API’s. Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Jun 14, 2016

WebLogic & Developer Partner Community Newsletter June 2016

Dear WebLogic & Developer Partner Community

Oracle’s Fiscal year starts June 1st 2016 – Happy Birthday and thanks to you as a partner for another great year. We start the New Year with an update on the Oracle PaaS & Middleware Sales Plays. Make sure you attend our Webcast June 9th to get the latest information how you as a partner can sell more service, licenses and subscriptions.

Java Cloud 16.2.1 including Java, Application Container and Developer Cloud Service is now available. Thanks for the first JCS community feedback from Arun Pareek.For your on-premises consolidation platform WebLogic 12.2.1, to build a private cloud, two free online courses are available WebLogic Multi-Tenancy and WebLogic Server Zero Down-Time Patching.

Thanks to the community for all the excellent WebLogic and ACC articles

Building and Testing Databound Web Applications using JCS, DBCS and JDeveloper 12c & WebLogic Work Managers & CoherenceRx: Reactive Extensions & WLS Cluster debugging - some tips & JMS Sharded Queues for Better Performance & FlexDeploy 3.5

Mobile Cloud Service brings major innovations - Suhas highlights the new functionalities in his blog post. Thanks to Ruben who already published the first MCS 2.0 blog post. MCS 2.0 also includes MAX a declarative developer tool to build mobile apps, get a first impression in Grant’s demo. The latest mobile customer presentations in ppt format are published at our community workspace (membership required).

Thanks to the community for all the excellent development tool articles: Mobile Cloud Service Go Native with Apple iOS & Application Builder Cloud Service free online training including free certification & MAF: Oracle MCS as authentication provider & Creating a Mobile-Optimized REST API Using Mobile Cloud Service – Part 4 & DevCamp2016: Oracle Development Cloud Service Hands On (Part 1) & Hybrid Mobile Apps: Using the Mobile Cloud Service JavaScript SDK with JET & Creating a Popup Message Box for Oracle JET Forms & JET Master-Detail with ADF BC REST & jet-komponents 0.5.0 annoucement & JET Input Search with ADF BC REST & ADF: DVT Charts based on a dynamic vo & ADF Hidden Gem - Export Collection Listener & How to queue SelectionEvent & programmatically, Call af:table Selection Listener programmatically & ADF Performance Audit Tool Major Update v 5.0 & How to modernize an Forms application with Oracle Cloud Services-

Registration for our sixth edition of the PaaS & Fusion Middleware Summer Camps VI August 29th – September 2nd 2016 in Lisbon Portugal is open. Please read the registration page careful before you register. This year we offer five different hands-on training on PaaS & IaaS, Enterprise Connectivity (SOA), Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service, Java Cloud Services & WebLogic 12.2.1 and Internet of Things (IoT). Like all our past conferences we will be booked out soon – time to register!

Oracle OpenWorld and Java One 2016 call for papers is open for additional call for papers please visit our C4P wiki here. Make sure you submit your paper highlighting the customer success by using cloud PaaS services. In case you attend the conference don’t miss your community reception on September 20th 2016.

For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The June edition of the Middleware Partner Update contains the wrap-up of the Summer Camps, Innovation Awards and the upcoming community webcast about Integration Cloud Service on June 28th.

As the Oracle fiscal year starts June 1st – thanks for the great partnership – looking forward to many new adventures!

To read the complete newsletter please visit http://tinyurl.com/weblogicNewsJune2016 (OPN Account required)

Jürgen Kress
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Oracle EMEA
Tel. +49 89 1430 1479
E-Mail: juergen.kress@oracle.com
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Monday Jun 13, 2016

What’s New in Oracle JET 2.0.0 by John ‘Jb’ Brock

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Open Source! Open Source! Open Source!

Did we say that we've open sourced Oracle JET?  We have!

What else is new in this release besides the license change?

Command Line Interface (CLI)

We have produced a new Yeoman generator for creating new applications as quickly as possible.  You can create new web and mobile hybrid applications using the generator.

Grunt is also used to provide both build and serve tasks for the web and for mobile hybrid apps targeting both Android and iOS.

Please reference the Developers Guide for a complete command reference for Web development and Mobile Hybrid development

Mobile Hybrid support

It is now easier than ever to develop and build mobile hybrid applications with Oracle JET.

New components that are most commonly used on mobile devices are now available, like:

  • ListView with swipe to reveal

WebLogic Partner Community

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Sunday Jun 12, 2016

Master – Detail synchronization in an Oracle JET rich client application against a REST API by Lucas Jellema

clip_image002In a recent article (Extend Oracle JET with Table on REST API and Deploy to Node.js in Application Container Cloud) , I have described how I created a data bound Oracle JET application with a rich JET table component that reads its data from a REST API (that gets it from a DBaaS instance in its turn). The application developed in that article shows a table with Departments – read from the HR database schema. A nice next step it seems is to show a list of employees as well – and only the employees that work in the currently selected department in the departments table. When a new department is selected, the list of employees should be refreshed to align with the selected department.

The application I am creating will look as follows – after deployment onto the Application Container Cloud that is:

The steps for extending the application with a single table – Departments – to support a synchronized list of Employees are:

  • Add table component to the hrm.tmpl.html template file
  • Add support for single row selection to the existing table component for departments; also specify an event listener to consume the row-selection event
  • Define the Employee model and Employees Collection in the hrm.js file that defines the view model for the hrm.tmpl.html template in a similar way as the existing Department Model and Departments Collection (note: the data is fetched from a URL that contains a department identifier; this is will provide the linking pin for the synchronization between the departments table (with the selected row) and the employees table Read the complete article here.

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Saturday Jun 11, 2016

PaaS free trial accounts MCS and JCS & ACC

imageAs part of our communities we do offer free PaaS accounts (only for partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa. In case you are not part of EMEA please contact your local partner manager):

· Java Cloud Service & Mobile Cloud & Application Container Cloud Service PaaS Demo Accounts (WebLogic Community membership required)

· Integration Cloud Service & Process Cloud Service PaaS Demo Accounts  (SOA Community membership required)

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