Machine Learning in Oracle Database – Classification of Conference Abstracts based on Text Analysis

Machine Learning is hot. The ability to have an automated system predict, classify, recommend and even decide based on models derived from past experience is quite attractive. And with the number of obvious applications of machine learning – Netflix and Amazon recommendations, intelligent chat bots, license plate recognition in parking garages, spam filters in email servers – the interest further grows. Who does not want to apply machine learning?

This article shows that the Oracle (more...)

Virtualization on Windows 10 with Virtual Box, Hyper-V and Docker Containers

Recently I started working on a brand new HP ZBook 15-G3 with Windows 10 Pro. And I immediately tried to return to the state I had my previous Windows 7 laptop in: Oracle Virtual Box for running most software in virtual machines, using Docker Machine (and Kubernetes) for running some things in Docker Containers and using Vagrant to spin up some of these containers and VMs.

I quickly ran into some issues that made me (more...)

Auto suggest with HTML5 Data List in Vue.js 2 application

This article shows data (News stories) retrieved from a public REST API (https://newsapi.org) in a nice and simple yet attractive Vue.js 2 application. In the example, the user selects a news source using a dropdown select component.

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I was wondering how hard – or easy – it would be to replace the select component with an input component with associated data list – a fairly new HTML5 addition that is rendered (more...)

First encounters of a happy kind – rich web client application development with Vue.js

Development of rich web applications can be done in various ways, using one or more of many frameworks. In the end it all boils down to HTML(5), CSS and JavaScript, run and interpreted by the browser. But the exact way of getting there differs. Server side oriented Web applications with .NET and Java EE (Servlet, JSP, JSF) and also PHP, Python and Ruby has long been the most important way of architecting web applications. However, (more...)

Running any Node application on Oracle Container Cloud Servicer

In an earlier article, I discussed the creation of a generic Docker Container Image that runs any Node.JS application based on sources for that application on GitHub. When the container is started, the GitHub URL is passed in as a parameter and the container will download the sources and run the application. Using this generic image, you can your Node application everywhere you can run a Docker container. One of the places where (more...)