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We offer 2 days hands-on Chatbot Bootcamps across Europe. The training is most suitable for Oracle & Java Developers.

· September 25th & 26th 2018 Milan, Italy

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· On-Demand Developing Chatbots with Oracle Mobile Cloud, Enterprise

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Oracle JET is a toolkit for the creation of rich web applications. Many applications will have location-related aspects. Such applications can benefit from advanced map capabilities – for presenting data in maps, allowing users to interact with maps in order to formulate queries, navigate to relevant details or manipulate data. OpenLayers is one of the most prominent open source JavaScript libraries for working with maps in web applications. It provides an API for building rich web-based geographic applications similar to Google Maps and Bing Maps. One of the geographic data providers that OpenLayers works well with is Open Street Map (OSM) – also fully open source.

In this article, I will report on my first steps with OpenLayers and OSM integrated in Oracle JET. In a few simple steps, I will create the JET application illustrated below –a  mix of a JET Checkbox Set where countries can be selected and an OpenLayers map that is manipulated from JavaScript to show (and hide) markers for the countries that are selected (and deselected). Read the complete article here.

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Oracle JET works with any kind of REST service, such service could be the one coming from TensorFlow (read more in my previous post – TensorFlow Linear Regression Model Access with Custom REST API using Flask). I have implemented linear regression model with gradient descent optimizer in TensorFlow (will describe this in more detail in my next post – machine learning is all about mathematics) and consuming it in JET UI:

There is option to define training steps (or data points) and learning rate. As outcome we get W and b values for linear equation y = Wx + b. After training is executed (so called machine learning process) – W and b parameters are identified, this allows to predict y value for any x. More about this in my next post, today will focus on JET. Read the complete article here.

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This entry is based on previous entries from John and Shray that deal with the same topic and provide the same type of solution. John’s entry was created before VBCS provided the UI id for components, and Shray’s entry is dealing with a more complex scenario that also involve fetching new data. So I figured I’ll write my version here – mostly for my own future reference if I’ll need to do this again.

The Goal is to show how you can modify the UI shown in a VBCS page in response to data changes in fields. For example how to hide or show a field based on the value of another field.

To do this, you need to hook into the HTML lifecycle of your VBCS page and subscribe to events in the UI. Then you code the changes you want to happen. Your gateway into manipulating/extending the HTML lifecycle in VBCS is the custom component available in the VBCS component palette. It provides a way to add your own HTML+JavaScript into an existing page.

The video below shows you the process (along with a couple of small mistakes along the route): Read the complete article here

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For a long time, APEX was Oracle’s Excel-killer. With the ability to upload a CSV file and create a matching table and then build an application on top of that, this was the easiest way to convert a spreadsheet into a secure multi-user application.

Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS) has now appeared as a serious challenger, offering some improvements over the way APEX handes Excel files. For example, the December 2017 version of VBCS has the ability to import Excel files directly without having to turn them into CSV files first. Separate worksheets in the Excel files become separate business objects. During the import, you can also define reference relationship for lookup values. This allows you to upload an Excel file with one master worksheet and a number of value lists as separate sheets, and produce a business object with all lookups in one operation. Read the complete article here.

 

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