One of the most heard questions is what is the different from Oracle JET with Oracle ADF? Will the one replace the other? Or (more...)
Last Tuesday, we hosted a webinar for developers who are interested in migrating their Oracle Forms applications to Formspider. Ridex CTO Andrew Pouckatch talked about how Ridex successfully migrated its clients from Oracle Forms to Formspider. During the webinar, he also built a master detail application with Formspider, a common use case in many Oracle Forms applications.
Don't worry if you missed it though! Below is a recording of the event.
The webinar consists of (more...)
Today is a very special day for me. I am pleased to announce that my thoughts around Enterprise Java development made it into a report and has been published by O'Reilly. The "Modern Java EE Design Patterns" mini-book is available for download as of today at developers.redhat.com
. For free!
I am covering a lot of ground in this, beginning from the overall Enterprise challenges and changes over the last couple of years all (more...)
Instead of writing a blogpost, I should be cleaning and packing. Actually, JavaOne is just around the corner and beside my own two sessions
about Apache Camel and the future of integration, I'm really looking forward to the Docker for Java EE developers Hands On Lab. A lot of preparations went into this one and it has been given some times before, but this is actually the first time that Rafael and I get a (more...)
And here is the schedule of all the mini-theater sessions we're going to run on our booth at JavaOne. No signup required. Just drop by and sit in. Make sure to be on time because space is limited.
And another plus for showing up early is that you can get one of the inspirational and motivational 20 years of Java t-shirts that we're giving out!
Want more? There may be stickers. And people to talk (more...)
Just a short tip today, but I was playing around with the all-in-one vm from the OpenShift
team and wanted to use the port-forwarding feature
for a quick check of a running database. You can use the CLI to forward one or more local ports to a pod. This allows you to listen on a given or random port locally, and have data forwarded to and from given ports in the pod.
But whenever I (more...)
Formspider continues to create new opportunities for freelancers, IT Consulting Firms and ISV's around the world. There is nothing more pleasing for us than hearing stories of IT companies succeeding with Formspider.Ridex Ltd.
from Russia, is one of them.
The first application Ridex migrated from Oracle Forms to Formspider is the material resource planning application built for AK Group
, one of the largest supplier of engineering services in Russia. The application is (more...)
A little under a week before I jump on a plane and make my way to San Francisco again. As you might have guessed it is not only because of the beautiful city but because: It's JavaOne time! And we're pretty excited to be there again as Red Hat. We planned a lot of exciting activities for the attendees and hope to make a real difference with content and our presence in the exhibition hall. (more...)
From time to time it is necessary to just take the little effort to think outside the box. This is a good habit for every developer and even if you just spend 10% of your time, with new and noteworthy technology, you will gain experience and broaden your knowledge. I wanted to look into Scala and Akka since a while. Both well known old acquaintances on many conference agendas. But honestly, I've never felt the (more...)