Mobile backend with REST services and JSON payload based on SOA Suite 12c for Live Mobile Hacking with an OFM 12c red stack – Part 2
This article continues the story from Mobile backend with REST services and JSON payload based on SOA Suite 12c for Live Mobile Hacking with an OFM 12c red stack – Part 1. It is the story of how to expose SOAP/XML based Web Services – primed for enterprise integration and process automation – as REST services with URL parameters and JSON payloads that provide the mobile backend APIs required for the development of mobile apps. (more...)
SOA Suite: How to set database session context through Database Adapter – and how to retrieve data from V$SESSION
To allow the Oracle Database to produce meaningful log, audit trail and trace information that allow problem analysis of issues and interpretation and optimization of run time behavior, it is necessary that the database session execution context is set. Without it, efficient administration of the RDBMS is not possible. This context that should be set by any consumer of the database consists of aspects such as who (is the user for which the database is (more...)
I don’t like wearing stuff on my wrist, but in my ongoing quest to learn more about the wearables our users wear, I have embarked on a journey.
For science! And for better living through math, a.k.a. the quantified self.
This is a follow up to my previous post (“Where are the Mobile Windows Devices?“) in which I gave my initial impressions of mobile windows devices. As part of our assessment of these devices we also developed a few apps and this post details how that went.
That was one of the questions one of the Oracle’s Executives asked when we presented our new Cloud UX Lab to them. The short answer was that there were none. As far as I am aware, we never did any testing of any of our prototypes and applications on Windows Phones or tablets because, frankly, we thought it didn’t matter. Windows phones (and tablets) are a distant third to the 2 behemoths in this space, Android (more...)
It was a great event, where a lot of subjects were covered, a lot of great people met. According to one of the product managers we were the smartest Oracle Region in the world (let's not uncover who said that...)
We've seen a lot of cool stuf. Let me try to put (more...)
Pour utiliser cet assistant, le "Database Tuning Pack" est nécessaire.
Plus d'information :
- Page OTN
- Note MOS 1965342.1
- Signing Up for a Database CloudService
- Installingan Application into Your Database Cloud Service
- Data Loading and the Oracle Database Cloud Service
- Creating a RESTful Web Service
- ManagingUsers and Roles in a Database Cloud Service
- MonitoringYour Database Cloud Services
Java Cloud Service
Database Cloud Service
- Orderinga Trial Subscription to an Oracle Cloud Service
- Administering a Trial Subscription to an Oracle Cloud Service
- Creating a Database Cloud Instance
- Connecting to a Database Instance in the Oracle Database Cloud Service
- Vidéos complémentaires sur le site Web OPC
Oracle Usable Apps blogs down the local Apple Store in #San Francisco. #Guerilla outreach. #UX (at Apple Store, Stonestown)
Editor’s note: Here’s the first post from one of our newish team members, Ben. Ben is a usability engineer with a PhD in Cognitive Psychology, and by his own account, he’s also a below average driver. Those two factoids are not necessarily related; I just don’t know what his likes and dislikes are so I’m spit-balling.
A great UX and real life go together; but it’s not always about the good stuff.
I managed to injure myself running right at the end of 2014, and have been laid up in recovery mode. In one fell swoop I went from running a half-marathon daily to running zero miles.