With Oracle Service Bus PS6 or 188.8.131.52 we finally have an new offline build tool with does not require Eclipse (OEPE). With this OSB configjar tool ( located in the OSB home /tools/configjar/ folder ) you can make OSB export sbconfig jar based on 1 or more (more...)
So I have been playing around with Tyrus
, the reference implementation of the JSR 356 WebSocket for Java spec. Because I was looking at test tooling I was interested in running both the client and the server side in Java. So no HTML5 in this blog post I am (more...)
Here are a few resources to help you get more value out of Formspider but let’s get the most important question out of the way first:
When Can You Be Productive with Formspider?
In our experience, it takes between one to two weeks for a PL/SQL Developer to become confident (more...)
One of the initial reactions about Formspider from any audience is “But Apex is free. Why should I pay for Formspider, when Apex is free?”
I like to be outdoors when life allows so weather is always an interest for me. So i was very pleases to see forecast.io
becoming available with global coverage after being jealous of the US only "DarkSkys" app. It was also nice to see that there is a nice (more...)
That was a packed week. After a few days at home I had to jump on a plane again to visit Oslo. This was my second time there after last year's JavaZone. This time I was invited to speak at the famous Oracle User Group Norway (OUGN) Vårseminar
. Which turned (more...)
APEX is well known for his RAD solution and the no-extra cost factor: APEX makes it possible to build on time and within budget your database application for the web. But an application is more then building pages for CRUD operations. Very often you also need to generate well looking (more...)
After the successful first Devoxx UK
a few weeks back my interview with Yolande Porier from Oracle Technology Network
finally got published on Parleys
. She had some nice questions for me about my involvement as an individual with the Java EE JSR expert group, and my views on Java EE (more...)
Oracle released three updates to Java
yesterday. It is important to note that they contain several security related changes. The majority of those changes have been announced since a while and first thing to notice is, that Oracle ships as planned.
Oracle's Java Platform Security Manager Milton Smith
recently gave (more...)
You may now play the Formspider Reference Application online.
The Reference Application shows the best practices in Formspider for the most common use cases developers encounter when building applications.
April 9th 2013, APEX World took place, one of the biggest APEX only events in the world, organized by the Dutch Oracle user group (OGH). iAdvise was gold partner of this year’s edition. Below is a view on this event from our perspective.
The event (more...)
SQLFire provides synchronous cache plug-in mechanisms to handle cache events. This example is a synchronous listener. A listener
enables you to receive after-event notifications of changes to a table (insert,
update and delete). Any number of listeners can be defined for the same table.
Listener callbacks are called synchronously, so (more...)