Timo Hahn has produced a 4 part series on Oracle Developer Cloud Service taking you from beginning to end of signing into DevCS, creating a project, collaborating with team members, building your first ADF application and deploying it to Oracle Java Cloud Service. Follow each post in order to get a step by step understanding of how Oracle Developer Cloud Service can help you to build better applications, developed faster and cheaper.
xPaaS - All The PaaS Offerings
Gartner uses the term xPaaS (more...)
We are pleased to announce the release of Developer Cloud Service 15.3.3 with a number of new features.
Home Page Enhancements
- Developer Cloud Service News Feed - Get regular updates to announcements, blog articles, upcoming events, and more.
- Graphs and Statistics - View project and user statistics for Open and Closed Issues, Commit Activities, and Merge Requests.
- SOA 12c libraries are now pre-loaded in the Hudson CI build environment for (more...)
To demonstrate Application Player functionality, I have implemented basic process of Data Entry for the Claim Handling:
This process is using Web Form in (more...)
If you work in enterprise user experience (UX) it will come as no surprise that the humble pen and paper remains in widespread use for everyday business.
Sales reps, for example, are forever quickly scribbling down opportunity info. HR pros use them widely. Accountants? Check. At most meetings you will find both pen and paper and digital technology on the table.
That’s what UX is all about, understanding all the tools, technology, and job aids, (more...)
I recently upgraded to CrashPlan 4.3.0 which I use to backup my Synology to a remote location.
On Synology, you can only use CrashPlan in a headless manner, so I am running “the head”, the client, from my MacBook.
After the update to CrashPlan 4.3.0, I was unable to connect to the engine running on my Synology. And that is a pain, as I cannot control the CrashPlan setup anymore, which (more...)
Cakes seem to be a popular storytelling vehicle in the UX world, and why not?
Cupcakes for the Cloud: Seen the Oracle Direct Sales Congress for FY16 in Dublin, Ireland
The very genesis of ERP, for example was in the tea and cake business in the UK after WWII. Since then, ERP UX has evolved in ways that tell one tasty story about how innovation in the enterprise keeps the entire business sweet.
Services: that’s really what’s at the heart of the IoT (Internet of Things) device conversation and what makes the user experience (UX) design of IoT different.
Think of your first KISS (Killer Integration Services, Simple) as the beginning of a love affair with ubiquitous connectivity of devices and data exchange through the cloud.
Oyster Card for transport in London. No card actually necessary!
Oracle Process Cloud Service is Oracle’s rapid process automation in the Cloud. It is more or less BPM in the cloud. This service allows you to quickly and easily create business processes like you are used to with Oracle BPM, only now in the cloud. In this post I’ll give a quick tour of this service.
So let’s start with the Process Cloud Service. The landing page already gives you loads of features.The landing (more...)
SQL> help sshtunnel
Creates a tunnel using standard ssh options
such as port forwarding like option -L (more...)
In the past few weeks Oracle has been working towards a climax regarding the new version of Application Express. After updating the Early Adapters environment and later the hosted applications at apex.oracle.com to version 5.0 it is now finally time for the full release!
APEX 5.0 can be downloaded at apex.oracle.com.
For more information on the most important new features visit the Oracle blog.
Awesome Oracle ERP Cloud on Apple Watch design concepts. For more information see: A Glance at Smartwatches in the Enterprise: A Moment in Time Experience.
But they're the only times I've ever known
And I believe there is a time for meditation
In cathedrals of our own
Now I have seen that sad surrender in my mother's eyes
I can only stand apart and sympathize
For we are always what our situations hand us
Its either sadness or euphoria
Nashville cats, play wild as mountain dew
Nashville cats, been playin' since they's babies
Nashville cats, get work before they're two
- From the Lovin' Spoonful's Nashville Cats