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  • July 9, 2015

Preparation for Live Mobile Hacking with an OFM 12c red stack – Budapest 2015 by Lucas Jellema

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption

clip_image002On March 4th, I presented – together with ADF and Mobile Application Framework expert Luc Bors – a live development demo session at the EMEA Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner Forum in Budapest, Hungary. Luc and I are in the middle of our preparations for this event. And I thought perhaps it would be nice to share some of the background for this session.

It all started in the Fall as Jürgen Kress, responsible at Oracle for Fusion Middleware Partner Adoption EMEA, sent out a call for papers for the Forum, looking for proposals for presentations and other types of sessions. Luc and I prepared a proposal for a session where we would do live development (always appealing for the audience and somewhat nerve racking for the presenters) and show the development of a mobile app (using Oracle MAF) on top of a mobile back end (created using SOA Suite 12c and its REST capabilities). Luc and I have done similar sessions in the past. They can be a lot of fun – and be quite stressful because of all the things that can and typically will go wrong.

Jürgen accepted our proposal, invented the title (Live Mobile Hacking with an OFM 12c red stack) and allocated a general slot for us: a full hour as the last section of the second day.

The Case

That was several months ago, and now the event is imminent and we better start preparing in anger. First of all we needed a case: what would be the storyline for our live demo? We decided on the airline industry – inspired perhaps a little bit by the airport case that provides the backbone for the book I am currently writing on SOA Suite 12c. A flight provides a good example of an application that does not have constant connectivity – one of the features we would like to demonstrate. Everyone partakes in flights from time to time. And between flight attendants, ground staff and the back office systems of the airline and the airport, it would not be hard to find interactions that we could use in the demo.

Read part I here. and read part II here and read Luc’s post here

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