Monday Jul 11, 2016

PaaS & Middleware Partner YouTube Update 16 July 2016

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  • SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcasts July 26th 2016


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Sunday Jul 10, 2016

OTN Middleware & Java Summit July 2016

Join the OTN Summits in July to view highly technical demonstrations, presentations, and hands-on labs to help you make the most of the Oracle tools and technologies you use or might use in the future.
The sessions are delivered by Oracle product experts, Oracle ACE’s, and Java Champions who will be online to chat live during the event. There are four tracks, see below for more information and view full agenda here

  • Middleware: The Middleware track focuses on Integration in the Cloud, featuring three sessions presenting different perspectives on Oracle’s Integration Cloud Service (OICS).
  • Java: For the Java track you will learn best practices and platforms for improved development and deployment of Java applications, how to optimize your DevOps practices with practical and proven tactics, and create JavaScript applications leveraging Java EE as the backend.

For details please visit the registration pages here July 12th 2016 or July 13th 2016 or July 14th 2016

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Saturday Jul 09, 2016

Extending ADF Cloud User Experience Rapid Development Kit (RDK) by Andrejus Baranovskis


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You should be familiar with AppCloudUIKit ADF application from - The Cloud User Experience Rapid Development Kit. It provides a set of templates, components and sample flows to get you started with successful ADF setup. I will explain how to extend it, if you want to add extra parameters for the menu item, to be passed to the Task Flow.
The use case - each time when custom TF Manage Users is opened, criteria item First Name is assigned with TF parameter value (value "C" in the example below): Read the complete article here.

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Friday Jul 08, 2016

ADF and Cloud User Experience Rapid Development Kit by Andrejus Baranovskis

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Oracle published new set of UI templates - The Oracle Applications Cloud User Experience Rapid Development Kit (RDK). This includes methodology based on Oracle Fusion Applications experience and contains ADF source code. Kit is shipped with ADF application (download it from Oracle site), you could use it as a jumpstart. This could be next UI Shell. It is more than UI Shell, RDK comes with a set of declarative components (header/toolbar is one of them).
I have implemented my own simple TF and tested how it works in RDK. Custom TF can be opened from My Team group, Manage Users item. Home UI in RDK:

Manage Users - custom TF. When TF is opened, in the top area user have possibility to switch to other items (items can be hidden). First fragments brings search screen, user can edit selected record: Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Jul 07, 2016

Introducing: The Client Side Event Bus in Oracle JET for decoupled interactions across templates, view models and modules with Knockout Postbox by Lucas Jellema

clip_image002Well organized exchange of client side events has been something of a holy grail for client side web development to me. I do not like these direct interactions between components that should not even know about each other. On the other hand – earlier this week I could not find out how to make components work together at all – not even in a not-so-nice-way. I decided to drop Geertjan Wielenga an email ; he is from Oracle and is one of the leading bloggers on Oracle JET. I asked him on his thoughts on a ‘client side event bus’ in JET. It turned out that he had just (as in a few minutes prior to my email) published two articles on his blog that touched on this subject. They describe how modules and template specific view models could interact in a KnockOut application such as Oracle JET. That was a great starting point. From there, I soon Googled my way into a pretty, nifty, little KnockOut extension called Postbox, introduced in 2012 and last updated in the Summer of 2015. It turns out this extension provides the event bus for client side events – in a very simple way.

The very short story:

  • Observables and regular JavaScript functions can subscribe to global topics
  • Anyone can publish to these global topics (Observables can even be tied directly to a topic, so every value change is immediately published)
  • When a message is published to a global topic, all subscribers are notified: subscribed observables are immediately updated with the published value and any subscribed functions are invoked with the published value as a parameter

This sounds simple (I hope) and it is!

In this article I will apply the Postbox mechanism to the HRM application I worked on in my previous article with Departments and Employees synchronization (Master – Detail synchronization in an Oracle JET rich client application against a REST API)

The end result will be the following interaction chain: Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Jul 06, 2016

Intermodular Communication in Oracle JET (Part 1) by Geertjan Wielenga

clip_image001A few days ago I did a session on Oracle JET for a group of about 80 attendees, members of "Oracle Group Holland", and I met Herman Brunnekreef from Whitehorses in the Netherlands. He's been doing some great blogging on Oracle JET. He asked me about communication between modules in Oracle JET, i.e., how that can be implemented.

JB Brock has provided a few pointers about this in the Oracle JET forum and today I created a small example to show one aspect of this. Here below you see a single page application in the browser, which is built up from two separate HTML files:

Here's the "index.html", showing that Oracle JET is going to load two HTML files (there's no JavaScript backing those HTML files, hence I am using "viewName" instead of "name" below): Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Jul 05, 2016

Middleware Summer Camps free virtual training SOA Suite 12c, BPM Suite 12c & WebLogic 12c: August & September 2016


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You are working on large Fusion Middleware & PaaS opportunities & projects? Oracle is pleased to invite you to the  Middleware Summer Camps 2016. For technical experts we offer live virtual classes:

WebLogic 12c Training On Demand

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Monday Jul 04, 2016

Agile Development with Oracle Developer Cloud Service and JDeveloper 12.2.1 by Shay Shmeltzer-Oracle on

clip_image002I blogged in the past about using Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) together with JDeveloper/ADF to manage your code and automate your builds.

Since I wrote those blog entries, we released a new version of JDeveloper (12.2.1) that added deeper integration with the Developer Cloud Service functionality for tracking tasks/issues. In parallel Developer Cloud Service also added various features with one of the new areas being covered is managing sprints and an agile development processes.

I thought it might be interesting to show some of the new features of both products working togethers.

In the video below you'll see how to:

  • Connect to DevCS and its projects from inside JDeveloper
  • Leverage the Team view in JDeveloper (tasks, builds, and code repositories)
  • Interact with Tasks/Issues in JDeveloper
  • Handle Git transactions
  • Associate code commits with specific tasks
  • Monitor team activity in the Team Dashboard
  • Create Agile boards and manage sprints in Developer Cloud Service

One other interesting feature I'm not showing above is the ability to do code reviews on your code by team members - before those are merged into your main code line.

If you want to try Developer Cloud Service out, just get a trial account of the Oracle Java Cloud Service - and you'll get an instance of the Developer Cloud Service that you can use to test this new way of working. Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Jul 03, 2016

Integrate Google Maps in Oracle JET by Herman Brunnekreef

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I would like to integrate Google Maps in Oracle JET. This can be very helpful if you want to know where your customers are located. For example, in the customer database you can save the latitude and longitude of the location where your customer is located.

For this demo I created an array with places and their corresponding latitudes and longitudes.

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var locations = [{name: "AM", lat: "52.37", lon: "4.89"},

{name: "SF", lat: "37.77", lon: "-122.42"},

{name: "TO", lat: "35.69", lon: "139.69"},

{name: "NY", lat: "40.71", lon: "-74.01"},

{name: "CT", lat: "-33.93", lon: "18.42"}];

To solve the integration, I did the following steps:

First you need to get a Google API key; you can get it here

Then you have to add the google API to your project:

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<script src="https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/js?key=YOUR-API-KEY">

Now let’s create the selectbox: Read the complete article here.

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Saturday Jul 02, 2016

Routing and responsive layout with Oracle JET by Herman Brunnekreef


clip_image002After creating my first pages with Oracle JET, some database data visualization and an Input Form, I want to create a JET application with navigation and a responsive layout.

Here are some pictures how the application looks like after building it:

Start screen of the application

This is the startscreen of the application:

When “Table” is selected, there is a submenu where a user can make another selection:
When a choice is made in the subselect, you see the results. Read the complete article here.

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Friday Jul 01, 2016

JET and WebSocket Integration for Live Data by Andrejus Baranovskis

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I was researching how to plugin WebSocket into JET. I would like to share my findings and explain how it works. It is amazing, how scalable and quick it is to send JSON message through WebSocket channel and render it in JET. Luckily WebSocket client is implemented in JavaScript, this integrates perfectly with Oracle JET (also based on JavaScript).
Watch recorded demo, where I'm sending updated data with JSON message through WebSocket. UI chart is rendered with JET. See how nicely JET re-draws chart, based on received new data (watch at 6th second):

Download sample application - JETWebSocket.zip. This contains both WebSocket application (implemented with JDeveloper) and JET (implemented with NetBeans).
On WebSocket server side, I'm listening for DB changes (Database Change Notification Listener Implementation). Each time when DB change happens, all changes are collected into one collection and sent to the clients through WebSocket: Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Jun 30, 2016

Extend Oracle JET with Table on REST API and Deploy to Node.js in Application Container Cloud by Lucas Jellema

clip_image002In this article, I will describe how I took the Oracle JET Sample application that I deployed to Node.js – locally and in the Oracle Application Container Cloud-and extended it with a new tab containing a table component that is data bound to a collection populated from a REST API that also runs on Application Container Cloud and accesses a DBaaS instance.

The initial application was described in this previous article (Deploying an Oracle JET application to Application Container Cloud and running on Node.js); in that article I took the Oracle JET Starter Template Quickstart sample application, configured it to run on Node.js (locally) and then configured it for deployment on Application Container Cloud and subsequently ran it on the cloud. In this article, I will leverage the REST API exposed from a Node.js application Data API discussed in an earlier article: REST API on Node.js and Express for data retrieved from Oracle Database with node-oracledb Database Driver running on Application Container Cloud. This Data API connects to a DBaaS instance and retries data from the DEPARTMENTS table in the HR schema.

Extending the sample application with an additional tab that can be selected and shown, containing a table component with data binding to a newly defined viewmodel did not prove trivial at first. This was my first encounter with some of the frameworks included in JET – Require and especially Knock Out – and I ran into many small typos and fairly large misunderstandings. Now I believe I nailed it – and this article is the proof. Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Jun 29, 2016

First Mobile Cloud Service project in Spain is now in production! By Rubén Rodríguez Santiago

clip_image001This is an important week in the mobile scene where Mobile World Congress is taking place in Barcelona, I think there is no better time to announce that the first Oracle Mobile Cloud Service in Spain is now in production. If you don't know what Mobile Cloud Service is, you can check all my previous posts here. Posts about Mobile Cloud Service.

Click here to see the original post in avanttic blog (In Spanish)

clip_image002In avanttic we developed this project combining Oracle Mobile Application Framework with Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, which has allowed us to implement a mobility solution for the sales force of Industrial Farmacéutica Cantabra (IFC) in no time. The application will allow IFC to gain efficiency in their sales process and increase the turnover.
About the technology:

"Oracle Mobile Application Framework is a hybrid mobile framework that enables developers to rapidly develop multi-platform single-source applications Oracle MAF provides a visual and declarative development experience and maximizes code reuse resulting in faster development of mobile applications."

"Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is Oracle's Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) and enables companies to create and deploy scalable, robust, and secure mobile applications quickly and easily, and empowers developers to leverage enterprise IT systems—without having to get IT involved" Read the complete article here.

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Tuesday Jun 28, 2016

JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) Developing Applications with Oracle JET

clip_image002Using the Oracle JET framework and third-party tools, you can package and publish your hybrid application to the Google Play or Apple App stores.

Topics

· Packaging Hybrid Mobile Applications

· Publishing Hybrid Mobile Applications

Packaging Hybrid Mobile Applications

You can package your hybrid mobile application using the grunt build:release command for each platform that your hybrid mobile application will support. You must also sign the application before you can deploy it.

Perform the following tasks for each platform that your hybrid mobile application supports.

1. Change to the root directory and issue the grunt build:release command with the desired platform type.

2. grunt build:release --platform={ios|android}

The command will take some time to complete. When it’s successful, you’ll see the following message: Done, without errors.

The command will also output the name and location of the unsigned application in platforms/android or platforms/ios.

3. Create a buildConfig.json file to specify how to code sign your application.

The steps to code sign your application and create the buildConfig.json file vary by platform.

· iOS: iOS Shell Tool Guide

· Android: Android Shell Tool Guide

4. Rebuild the application and specify the path and name of the buildConfig.json file.

Read the tutorial here.

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Monday Jun 27, 2016

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