Wednesday Jan 13, 2016

Right Oracle Technology Choice for the Right Person

Oracle Development Tools are continuously evolving. Mature and proven Oracle APEX, Oracle Forms and Oracle ADF were supplemented with brand new products as Oracle MAF for cross platform mobile development and Oracle JET which was released during the last Oracle OpenWorld 2015 for JavaScript development. Oracle Cloud Services also rapidly evolving making Oracle as Cloud Provider #1. But what about developers? Which technologies, platforms and services should they use starting the new project or considering the solution migration from other platforms to Oracle Stack? APEX? Forms? ADF? Cloud? What is the right choice? However we forgot about business users… Maybe they could also find something useful to solve their daily business tasks? So let’s consider some of Oracle Platforms and Technologies from perspective of person role and skills.[Read More]

Sunday Jan 03, 2016

Partner Webcast – Developers on Oracle JET: Build even better applications even faster

 As business organizations need applications more quickly than ever, it has become very important to develop integrated applications faster with open standards and existing skills , empowering both developers and business users.

With that in mind Oracle has delivered several development technologies for Java, the most popular language in the world, and developer-focused cloud offerings on Oracle Cloud PlatformIn OOW15 along with the announcement of new versions of Oracle’s Java-based development framework, such asOracle ADF and Oracle MAF, Oracle extended it’s cloud platform with JavaScript-based development and deployment services. Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (Oracle JET) delivers a client-side JavaScript set of libraries

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Tuesday Dec 01, 2015

Publishing ADF Business Components as REST/JSON services in Jdeveloper 12.2

Latest Jdeveloper/ADF 12.2.1 release allows us to declaratively publish ADF Business Components as REST services in a couple of easy steps. In this post, I will show you how you can create and publish these services in a couple of minutes.

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Thursday Nov 26, 2015

IoT, Mobility and Cloud Integration Hands-On: Controlling Raspberry Pi GPIO Using Oracle MAF App and Oracle ADF Application Deployed on Oracle Java Cloud Service (Part II)

This is a second part of article describing the hands-on example of how to control Raspberry Pi GPIO interface using Oracle Development Tools and Frameworks  and leveraging Oracle Java Cloud Service. So in continuation of the first part of article where I’ve explained how to configure the Raspberry Pi Environment, in this part I will describe the process of developing Oracle MAF mobile and Oracle ADF web applications for GPIO interface control.
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Monday Nov 16, 2015

IoT, Mobility and Cloud Integration Hands-On: Controlling Raspberry Pi GPIO Using Oracle MAF App and Oracle ADF Application Deployed on Oracle Java Cloud Service (Part I)

Internet of Things ecosystem is continuously changing our world and opening a New Digital Era for business. Billions of different sensors on millions of devices collecting information on everything from automobile performance to energy use, crop development, calories burned, and just about anything else one might want to measure, the IoT contains more information about the world around us than we’ve ever had access to before.

In this article I will consider simple but real-life example of IoT, Mobile and Cloud integration: how to control IoT device using mobile application and web-application deployed on Oracle Cloud. We will use Raspberry Pi 2 Model B single board computer as IoT device where business logic is simple: toggling a light-emitting diode(LED) (switching on/off). In order to control LED we will develop mobile application using Oracle MAF and web-application using Oracle ADF framework. Finally we will deploy our web-application on Oracle Java Cloud Service.

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Monday Aug 10, 2015

Partner Webcast – Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) with JPA

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Java EE is a standard, robust, scalable, and secure platform that forms the basis for many of today’s enterprise applications. With a growing demand, providers are looking for quicker and easier ways of developing applications. While developers, are often building application from scratch and they are looking for different ways to make their work easier due to the demand from business.

Oracle ADF 12c (12.1.3.0.0) has added a lot of new features and enhancements for Java EE and Web Development, including improvements in JPA support. 

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