ADF PopUp Event Context Launcher

I will describe how you could use ADF popup event context to pass parameters into popup. This could be useful if you want to develop reusable popup, which should accept different type of parameters from various launcher components.

In this example - popup is loaded from context info. Launcher component - output text is assigned with attribute, reading its value from binding. Our goal is to pass attribute value into popup:


In order to be (more...)

Oracle JET Hybrid – NavDrawer Template Menu/Header Structure

Oracle JET provides NavDrawer template for Web and for Hybrid. Read how to create JET Hybrid application based on template - Create a Hybrid Mobile Application. There is significant difference in NavDrawer template implementation when we compare Web and Hybrid application.

Hybrid template draws menu structure on top of the form. Web template is pushing form to the right, when menu is opened. Such approach works fine on the Web, but you would see significant (more...)

Oracle JET Hybrid Mobile Application on Google Play

Oracle JET Hybrid mobile application can be published to Google Play and installed on Android device. We have tested this process from beginning to the end. Of course JET Hybrid mobile app can be published on Apple Store too, but we are using Google Plain and Android for now.

Where to get started if you want to publish your own Oracle JET Hybrid (open source and free to use) mobile app? First of all you (more...)

How To Package JET Hybrid Mobile Application for Release (Android Platform)

If you want to build/package JET Hybrid application you must issue build:release or serve:release command. Read more about it in JET developer guide: Packaging Hybrid Mobile Applications. In order to run build:release or serve:release commands successfully, you need create buildConfig.json file, which includes information about self signed certificate. This allows to sign application and package it for release.

Steps below are tested for Android platform.

You can generate certificate with Java keytool utility. Navigate (more...)

Batch Requests Support in ADF BC REST

ADF BC REST provides a set of enterprise features for REST, one of them support for batch requests. In single REST batch call we can execute multiple update, insert, delete and get operations. This is important functionality, it allows to minimize number of REST calls from the client and improves client performance. Take a read about it in developer guide - 22.13.7 Making Batch Requests.

Batch request in ADF BC REST is executed (more...)

Speaking on Oracle OOW’16 – MCS, JET, ACS, JCS and MAF

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| Sep 7, 2016
With Oracle Open World’16 around the corner, I have prepared demo use case including Mobile Cloud Service (MCS), JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET), Application Cloud Service (ACS) and Java Cloud Service (JCS). I will describe what Oracle Cloud offers to implement end-to-end enterprise solution.

This year I will be speaking on two sessions.

End-to-End Cloud: Oracle Java Cloud, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Oracle MAF, and Oracle JET [CON2388]

Monday, Sep 19, 12:30 p.m. – (more…)