Tuesday Jan 12, 2016

JavaScript Extension Toolkit (Oracle JET) – announced at OOW15 by Marcel Oldenkamp

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Javascript is the most popular programming language* and its usage has grown 25% in the past year**. It’s widely used and so it stands to reason that Oracle now released a brand new JavaScript toolkit called Oracle JET (JavaScript Extension Toolkit).

Oracle says “Oracle JET is targeted at intermediate to advanced JavaScript developers working on client-side applications. It’s a collection of open source JavaScript libraries along with a set of Oracle contributed JavaScript libraries that make it as simple and efficient as possible to build applications that consume and interact with Oracle products and services, especially Oracle Cloud services.”

JET is a toolkit bases on JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5 design and development principles and offers support for ‘Accessibility’ and ‘Internationalization’. It targets JavaScript developers working on client-side web applications.
JET is based on several open source libraries such as JQuery and Knockout and has a highly modular structure with the purpose of allowing you to pick and choose the functionality that suits your needs.

One may argue that Knockout is not the most modern library choice to include in JET, but Oracle did not make this decision lightly. Instead of going for an all-in-one solution like AngularJS, they really aimed at keeping JET modular. So they chose libraries that are tailor made for their specific propose. In case of Knockout this means a lightweight library that excels at providing a declarative two-way data-binding.

So how does OracleJET fit in with the other frameworks like ADF and MAF? The information released at OOW15 focused/differentiated mainly on the target audience and stated that:

· Oracle ADF is for Java developers looking for a more declarative development approach to build web based applications.

· Oracle JET is for intermediate and advance JavaScript developers looking to build web bases applications.

· Oracle MAF is for developers looking for a more declarative development approach to build on-device mobile applications.

Additional comparison data was mainly tech based as stated in the table below showing JET vs ADF and the slide photo depicting the target audience. Read the complete article here.

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Thursday Apr 04, 2013

WLST Tricks & Tips by WLST Examples

Here I prepared few sorted out Tips and useful Tricks for developing the WLST scripts, which I learn with my experiments with Programming Python commands for WLST scripts. These WLST commands can be applicable in WebLogic 9.x to WebLogic 10.3.6 or WebLogic 12c.

Tip 1. Know about Where are you On some situations you might need a clarity about which WebLogic version you are using. WebLogic 11g(10.3) has different sub-sequent versions 10.3.1,10.3.2,10.3.3 and 10.3.4, for all these the directory structure is ~/Oracle/Middleware/wlserver_10.3 which does not tells you about sub versions. Here WLST is having a solution for this problem,
You can find the current WebLogic version to which WLST is connected.

wls:/offline> print version

WebLogic Server 10.3.3.0  Fri Apr 9 00:05:28 PDT 2010 1321401 Read the full article here.

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Thursday Nov 15, 2012

Mobile Web Applications – A guide for professional development

(Tobias Bosch, Stefan Scheidt, Torsten Winterberg / Opitz Consulting Deutschland GmbH).Mobile Web-Apps mit JavaScript.indd

There is a real hype around mobile solutions. Smartphones and tablets are everywhere. Frontend architecture is changing quickly to adopt cross browser technologies like HTML5 and extensive JavaScript-based development. In this book we introduce our software development process to build test-driven Single-Page JavaScript Web Applications, which will be the future next to native apps. We start with a short introduction of our RYLC showcase (know from our SOA articles), give a very short introduction to JavaScript, then talk about jQuery Mobile, Angular JS, Testing, Backend-communication and we close with deploying our RYLC-Webapp as a hybrid app using the PhoneGap (Cordova) framework. Don’t expect too much theory – it’s a practical guide explaining how RYLC Web App was built, to kickstart your own development. Currently only available in German as paperback and eBook.

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Thursday Jul 05, 2012

WLST Script changing logfile location

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While I was migrating Forms6i to Forms11g patch set #5, the configuration tool of Forms11g is a bit strict. In the silent install it is not possible to set de locations of the log files. Here is the script that will set new filename locations of all the Managed Server s and Admin Server in the domain. It also set the filename location of all the ODL logging. Read the full article by Marc.

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