Friday Jan 30, 2015

Getting started with iOS development using Eclipse and Java

Want to use Eclipse to build an on-device mobile application that runs on iOS devices (iPhones and iPads)?

No problem - here is a step by step demo on how to do this:

Oh, and by the way the same app will function also on Android without any changes to the code :-)  

This is an extract from an online seminar that I recorded for one of Oracle's Virtual Technology Summits - and I figured people who didn't sign up for that event might still benefit from having access to the demo part of the video.

In the demo I show how to build an on-device app that access local data as well as remote data through web services, and how easy it is to integrate device features too.

If you want to try this on your own, get a copy of the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, and follow the setup steps in the tutorial here.

And then just follow the video steps.

The location of the web service I accessed is at: http://wsf.cdyne.com/WeatherWS/Weather.asmx?WSDL

And the Java classes I use to simulate local data are  here.



Friday Apr 11, 2008

The "JSF - A Wish List" Article is Out

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Friday Feb 15, 2008

Search JDeveloper Related Blogs Extension

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Wednesday Jan 23, 2008

New Coding Tools in JDeveloper 11g TP3

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Monday Dec 03, 2007

Regular Expression Validation in JSF

When most people look at the list of components in ADF Faces they mostly focus on the visual components - and that's understandable, but if you look closer you'll find that there are also non-visual components included such as several validators.

Here is an example of one useful validator - the regular expression validator.

Let's suppose that you want your JSF field to allow only Numeric values - all you need to do is add to it the ADF Faces provided regular expression validator and then provide the right regex format.
For Example:


<af:inputText label="Label 1" autoSubmit="true">

 <af:validateRegExp pattern="[0-9]{1,10}"

                               noMatchMessageDetail="Only Numbers Please"/>

</af:inputText>

<af:commandButton text="commandButton 1"/>


Now run your page and try entering characters to the field and leaving it.
You'll immediately get an error message with the text you provided (implemented using Javascript).

 

Just one more thing that ADF Faces give you to make life easier...

Tuesday Oct 30, 2007

Ajax with JSF - A Step by Step Tutorial

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Thursday Aug 09, 2007

Setting HttpUnit in Oracle JDeveloper

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Monday Jul 23, 2007

Introduction to Developing JDeveloper Extensions

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Thursday Jul 19, 2007

Using JDeveloper with Maven

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Wednesday Jul 11, 2007

Coding Parameter Values for Web Services Binding

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Tuesday Jul 10, 2007

Sample JDeveloper Extension - Go To File Shortcut

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