By Carlos Chang-Oracle on Jul 13, 2015
You've undoubtedly read about Oracle latest cloud service, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (node.js, built in mobile services, mobile analytics, life cycle management, server side elopement) If not, go to cloud.oracle.com/mobile and check out the introductory videos and more.
What about the mobile clients you ask? What about tool support? Eclipse, one of the most popular IDEs on the planet? Well, yes, as a matter of fact, Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse recently announced support for Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, along with its already established support for Oracle Mobile Application Framework - which by the way, the apps can be deployed to iOS and Android. That's right, Eclipse, development to iOS and Android, with integrated support for Oracle Mobile Cloud Service. You can read Greg Stachnick's post here.
But wait! You ask, what about me? In a .NET shop...coding in C#. What about me? Well, our friends at Xamarin recently announced their new Xamarin SDK for Oracle Mobile Cloud Service. Apparently they've got some cool technology for developing native mobile apps of iOS and Android, with C#. How cool is that? And doesn't that sound familiar?
- Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, now adding support for Oracle Mobile Cloud Services
- Xamirin SDK for Oracle Mobile Cloud Service
- Oracle Mobile Cloud Service
- Oracle Mobile Application Framework
We're just getting started. You know, it's more than just technology... it's really about the enterprise ecosystem that Oracle has been working on for some time. I'd say - the whole enchilada tastes so much better than the individual ingredients....I just made that up, so I'must be hungry. Nuff said, there's more coming down the line, so stay tuned.