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imageGet Introduced to a new way to build Enterprise-grade Javascript Frontends, using Oracle’s Javascript Toolkit JET.
Geertjan Wielenga is one of the key Product Managers for JET, and he will address several topics, including getting introduced to the toolkit, how JET implements the web components standard and a comparative analysis with Angular, React and Vue!

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The first of what we hope will become a regular event, will be an overview of the Oracle JET roadmap with a sneak peak at some of the new features coming as part of the Oracle JET 6.0 release in October. 

Listen to what customers and Oracle Partners are saying about their use of JET for commercial applications today.  Learn about some of the sessions that will be presented at this years Oracle OpenWorld and CodeOne conferences from the speakers themselves.

Enroll today! Details about how to attend the meetup will be provided closer to the event.

Guest speakers will include:

  • “Offline Support with Oracle JET” — Andrejus Baranovskis (Red Samurai Consulting)
  • “From Forms to Oracle JET” — Mark Simpson (Griffiths Waite)
  • "API-led Oracle JET Applications” — Luis Weir (Capgemini UK)
  • “Oracle JET Web Components” — Lucas Jellema (AMIS)
  • “Oracle JET Command Line Interface” — Soham Dasgupta (Capgemini Netherlands)
  • “Mobile Architecture and Oracle JET” — Simon Haslam (eProseed)

For details please visit the registration page here.

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imageMobile devices have become a central part ouf our everyday life. Therefore, designing and implementing Apps for mobile devices has become a common task for engineers.
This meetup will focus on engineering experiences for mobile apps and how enterprise grade JavaScript frameworks can support us to build amazing and robust applications in short time.

Throughout this evening we will have two sessions. The first one focuses on the significance of mobile devices and how they shaped the way applications get developed throughout the last few years. Afterwards several patterns evolved out of this trend are presented.
The second session will focus on Oracle JET, a free and open source enterprise grade JavaScript toolkit, and how it can speed up development of robust and feature rich mobile applications.

Agenda:
18:30 – 18:45 Welcome
18:45 – 19:30 Engineering Experiences for a Mobile Planet (Maximilan Liesegang, esentri AG)
19:30 – 20:00 Beer, Snacks, Networking
20:00 – 20:45 Rapid Mobile Application Development with Oracle JET (Geertjan Wielenga, Oracle Netherlands)

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As Robert Crames and me has developed some times ago a script set to install and configure Oracle Forms & Reports 12.2.1.2.0 completely silent and unattended, the next step was for me to port this all to Docker 😉

§ Part 1: https://dirknachbar.blogspot.com/2017/05/how-to-install-and-configure-oracle.html

§ Part 2: https://robertcrames.blogspot.ch/2017/05/how-to-install-and-configure-oracle.html

Oracle has a really good GitHub Repository (https://github.com/oracle/docker-images) with several Oracle Products, but no Docker Image for Oracle Forms & Reports 😦 So I spent some time and managed to port our above mentioned script set for Oracle Forms & Reports 12.2.1.2.0 to build a Docker image for Oracle Forms & Reports.
The complete set of Docker build files and a docker-compose sample can be found under my GitHub Repository https://github.com/DirkNachbar/Docker
My solution is mainly based on Oracle Images, but very modified:

§ OracleJava:

§ instead of pulling an oraclelinux:7-slim, I am using an oraclelinux:latest.

§ instead of using an Oracle Server JRE, I am using an Oracle JDK

§ OracleFMWInfrastructure:

§ within this Image, which is based on the above OracleJava Image, I am installing all required RPM’s for Oracle Forms & Reports, eg. motif, compat-libstdc++-33 and so on and implementing the libXm.so fix directly for Oracle Reports

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May be you are thinking to add some fresh looking element into your ADF app? I would propose JQuery menu. Advantage of such menu – it is purely client side implementation and it allows user to navigate through items really fast. Besides fast navigation, it looks great too and can be easily customized.
In this post I will describe how to achieve JQuery menu integration into ADF Faces and provide sample ADF application. I’m using JQuery menu from here – Animated Responsive Drop Down Menu. There is no need to implement JQuery menu component, we can use one of the existing implementations.
I have recorded short example, you can see how convenient is client side menu navigation. Each menu item loads ADF region: Read the complete article here.

 

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In this short post I am going to highlight a small pitfall related to a very common approach to create a new record in a task flow.
Let’s consider an example of a simple task flow creating a new VO row, displaying that row on a page fragment and committing the transaction if the user clicks "Ok" button:

The CreateInsert method call has been just dragged&dropped from the data control palette. The thing is that if the user does not update any VO attributes in view1 page fragment, the Commit method call will do nothing. The new row will not be posted to the database. Read the complete article here.

 

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145 attendees participated in the PaaS Summer Camp VIII from August 27th – 31st 2018 in Lisbon Portugal. For some impressions please see twitter #PaaSSummerCamp and visit our Facebook page. In case you could not attend training material is available via the community workspace (membership required)

Training tracks:image

· Integration & API Management

· Chatbot & APIs

· Integrate & Extend SaaS: CX & ERP & HCM

· Application Development with Microservices and Containers

· Innovation: blockchain and robotic process automation

· Hackathon build a PaaS solution

Showcases

During the conference we presented 2 showcases:

· Conference chatbot please contact Manuel Rosa

· This showcases are great examples for solutions build based on Oracle PaaS. Partner can get access to the solutions to replicate them and present them to their customer base. Special thanks to the Spanish WEDO team and Manuel Rosa for the excellent support!

Reports

Oracle PaaS Summer Camp 2018 – Day1 by Eduardo Barra Cordeiro

Oracle PaaS Summer Camp 2018 – Days 2 and 3 by Eduardo Barra Cordeiro

Oracle PaaS Summer Camp 2018 – Days 4 and 5 by Eduardo Barra Cordeiro

Oracle JET at the #PaaSSummerCamp by Martien van den Akker

Ein Sommer in der Wolke – Oracle Partner PaaS Summer Camp 2018 Lisboa by Anton Frank

{Oracle PaaS}{Oracle Process Cloud Service} via REST API by Sanae Bekkar

Application Development@Oracle PAAS Summercamp 2018 by Jan Winkels

Chatbots @ Oracle Summer Camps 2018 by Waldemar Kubassa

Follow-up

During the week you got some key updates across sales, marketing and enablement, here are the key links, please share this information with your colleagues! A complete API partner resource kit is available here. Your Oracle partner manager can create a free dedicated demo.oracle.com cloud trial for you any time. Or you can get a free trial via cloud.oracle.com.

Sales

Marketing

Enablement

· Training calendar of upcoming PaaS trainings We recommend to take an Oracle assessment as a follow-up: Oracle Integration Cloud Service Sales Specialist (GLP, Assessment) and Oracle Integration Cloud Service PreSales Specialist (GLP, Assessment) and – Oracle Cloud Platform Application Integration 2018 Associate and Oracle Data & Application Integration – Partner Sales Immersion 2018 and Oracle Application Integration Overview for Sales (GLP, Assessment) For the complete list please see here.

Social Networking

Hope to see you at our Oracle OpenWorld reception 2018 in San Francisco

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