In the past 18 months I’ve researched and learned at least a dozen new (to me) and recent technologies. Any of them belongs to 2 interesting areas that I’ve focused in that period… Cloud and Mobile. I’m an early Amazon Web Services adopter and I’ve deployed several services and infrastructures on (more...)
After extensive beta testing oracle announced last week that ADF Mobile is now generally available and can be used to build multi platform on device apps. I finally am allowed to share my knowledge in blogposts and other kinds of publications. Using JDeveloper and the ADF Mobile extension, it is (more...)
EclipseLink 2.4.0 Juno - RELEASED
As part of the Juno Eclipse release train the EclipseLink project has released EclipseLink 2.4.0. The release landing page
describes some of the new and noteworthy features as well as providing links to documentation and examples so you can get started. (more...)
Near Field Communication(NFC) ( for more details read my earlier blog http://khanderaotech.blogspot.com/2011/05/nfc-getting-momentum.html
) is very useful in very short distance communication ideal for mobile devices. It has got another backer that is from RIM. RIM is bating high on NFC based Apps as its one of the (more...)
, and maybe tried the jQTouch
framework that these spawned. Meanwhile, the official jQuery mobile framework
has slowly been moving to fruition.
I recently discovered another project - Web 2.0 Touch
- that is pitched as a mini framework with better features (more...)
With social computing, cloud and mobile being the big buzzwords in IT right now, it makes sense to ask where Oracle is in relation to these hot topics. Having attended various briefings, sessions and keynotes at this year’s Oracle OpenWorld, and discussing with knowledgeable people, I’ll offer my opinion below.
The Near Field Communication (NFC) is gaining a momentum. Its usage will be propelled via mobile devices and would give a birth to many fantastic devices and applications.
Last week Apple introduced Retail 2.0 store that effectively used NFC.
To the heels of the Apple, Google took the techbology (more...)