Wednesday Jul 13, 2016

Consuming MCS Custom API using SDK for Android

Recently experimenting with the latest Oracle Mobile Cloud Service SDK for Android I was pleasantly surprised how easy you can call MCS Custom API using SDK with just a few lines of code. In common case scenario to make the simplest GET request to REST service you most likely will use HttpURLConnection class to create connection and make a request and Uri.Builder helper class for building or manipulating URI references etc. In addition to this you will need to define Oracle-Mobile-Backend-ID and Authorization request headers since MCS Mobile Backend does not support fully anonymous calls. You can refer to thisdocumentation article for further details about testing your Custom API outside MCS console. But good news, that MCS SDK greatly simplifies this work and allows making Custom API calls with the just few lines of code.

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Friday Jul 08, 2016

Partner Webcast - Oracle Mobile Cloud Service for Developers: Updates and Features

The Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) goal is to easily enable mobile application developers that are continually looking for new ways to accelerate development of apps to meet their consumer’s needs.

Oracle MCS aims to be your set of cloud-based, server-side mobile services to make your application development quicker and easier to deploy.

Are you as a mobile developer looking for that key component that allows you to capitalize on all the affordances provided by the cloud

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Tuesday Jun 21, 2016

Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX): Constructing Mobile Apps for Business

As you may already know, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service 2.0 was released, and with this release we got a new capability known as Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX). This tool was built to assist a nontechnical staff to create cross-platform mobile applications for smartphones/tablets visually and declarativelyusing only a web browser. Most of developers who love coding and reading this article will frown… J You are right guys; this tool is definitely not for you, but primarily for business users. Indeed, let’s imagine the situation in your organization when you have a requirement for building some relatively simple mobile app, but IT staff is completely busy and cannot be involved?! Here Oracle MAX can help you!

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Thursday Jun 09, 2016

New on Oracle Mobile Cloud Service 2.0

As we simplify mobile development, this has led us to develop important new features with the new release of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service 2.0 such as  Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX), a new location-based service, and security enhancements to our Mobile Backend as a Service platform. 

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.

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Monday Apr 04, 2016

Partner Webcast – Oracle Mobile Strategy and Mobility Offerings Overview

Mobile is on the mind of every business, as Mobile Is the New First Screen. Enabling existing business applications on handhelds can be very challenging, but even building new business applications for mobiles can be a complicated task. Unless the right platform and strategy is chosen, mobile-enablement could become the next IT nightmare.

Organizations across all industries are looking for robust and powerful applications that are tailored to mobile devices and can provide their people with anywhere, anytime access to enterprise information. To give the mobile workforce easy access to mission-critical information, Oracle offers a wide range of out-of-the-box mobile applications, as well as the option of leveraging the Oracle Mobile Platform to develop their own mobile applications.

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Friday Apr 01, 2016

Deploying your Oracle MAF Apps on Windows Platform

As you may already know Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) 2.3 has been released. And one of the symbolic features is support for Universal Windows Platform (UWP). This means that starting from MAF 2.3 you can deploy your apps to Windows 10 desktops and tablets along with Android and iOS platforms. This is really good news and aligned with promise of single code base for multiple platforms.

So I’ve tried to deploy a couple of MAF apps to Windows 10 and in this post I will share my experience with you along with the some guidelines which could be useful. So let’s start.

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