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June 2018

 
 

Dear WebLogic & Developer Partner Community,

Thanks to the partner community for the excellent contribution in the last 12 months. Are you ready to kickoff the new fiscal year?

3 steps to grow your PaaS business with the Oracle Cloud:

  1. Attend the PaaS kickoff webcast on July 5th 2018 Understand how to grow your service business and build solutions based on Oracle PaaS

  2. Come to Lisbon for the PaaS Summer Camps August 27th – 31st 2018 Hands-on training to become a certified Oracle PaaS expert.

  3. Regular Oracle cloud updates & free cloud trials Join the PaaS and Developer partner community to receive the monthly newsletter, access training material and attend our webcast & trainings. For community members we offer free cloud trials here.

With the new fiscal year Oracle introduces the Kubernetes Cloud Service. Learn the first steps with the Kubernetes engine, play with Kubernetes, deploy a Hello World App and run FN Project on Kubernetes. Thanks to the community for all the excellent cloud native development and WebLogic articles: Running Istio on Oracle Kubernetes Engine–the managed Kubernetes Cloud Service & Microservices are not simple & Announcing CloudEvents Support and Serverless Framework Integration for Fn Project & It’s Better with Two Connect database and application services for a quick start to app development & Enhance Vagrant provisioning: install java and database.

The new version of Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service combines visual development and coding. Get the Visual Builder Cloud Services demos and tutorials and start playing with a free trial. With the new release Oracle JET components can be integrated with Visual Builder Cloud Service. Thanks to the community for all the excellent mobile & development tool articles: 5 main building blocks of the new Visual Builder Cloud Service & Building Complex Bot Responses with Ease Learn to love the common response component and render complex and composite responses & Running and Debugging Custom Components Locally & Understanding Why Intent Resolutions Are Sometimes Not What You Expect & Accessing Attribute Names and Values of a Data Object & Developer Cloud Service May Release Adds K8S, OCI, Code Editing and More & Oracle Developer Cloud - New Continuous Integration Engine Deep Dive & What is Visual Builder and Why Is It Important for Your Business? & Microservice Approach for Web Development - Micro Frontends & Change Style of ADF TreeTable, Column, Data Cell, Selected Row using ADF Skin & Oracle ADF BC REST - Performance Review and Tuning & Oracle ADF and Oracle Jet work together. Architecture patterns & JDeveloper – Increase Productivity Using Shortcuts & JDev 12.2.1.3: Creating a shared skin jar (Part 1).

For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The June edition highlights the PaaS kickoff and the PaaS Summer Camp, This month’s community webcast will introduce the Oracle Blockchain cloud service, please join our monthly PaaS Partner Community Webcast – June 29th 2018.

Want to publish your best practice article & news in the next community newsletter? Please feel free to send it via Twitter @wlsCommunity #DeveloperCommunity!

Jürgen Kress

Jürgen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption
Oracle EMEA
Tel. +49 89 1430 1479
E-Mail: :juergen.kress@oracle.com
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Table of Contents Table of Contents
Community Section
> PaaS Partner Opportunities – FY19 PaaS kickoff webcast July 5th 2018
> PaaS Summer Camp 2018
> Oracle Blockchain - PaaS Partner Community Webcast – June 29th 2018
> PaaS Partner YouTube Update June 2018
> Nominations Open: 2018 Oracle Cloud Platform Innovation Awards
> New Home for Oracle PaaS and IaaS Customer Forums
> Bill Swales and Siddhartha Agarwal kick off and in-depth series that explores the most common journeys to the cloud
> Oracle Developer Meetups in Utrecht, London, Lisbon, Madrid, Cologne and Oslo
> Register for FY19 Oracle Global Partner Kickoff June 26 & 27
> PaaS free trial accounts MCS and JCS & ACC
Application Development Section
> First steps with Oracle Kubernetes Engine–the managed Kubernetes Cloud Service
> Running Istio on Oracle Kubernetes Engine–the managed Kubernetes Cloud Service
> Introducing Play with Kubernetes
> Oracle Adds New Support for Open Serverless Standards to Fn Project and Key Kubernetes Features to Oracle Container Engine
> Teaching How to Get started with Kubernetes deploying a Hello World App
> Microservices are not simple
> Announcing CloudEvents Support and Serverless Framework Integration for Fn Project
> It’s Better with Two Connect database and application services for a quick start to app development
> Enhance Vagrant provisioning: install java and database
Developer Tool Section
> Building Complex Bot Responses with Ease Learn to love the common response component and render complex and composite responses
> Running and Debugging Custom Components Locally
> Understanding Why Intent Resolutions Are Sometimes Not What You Expect
> Accessing Attribute Names and Values of a Data Object
> Developer Cloud Service May Release Adds K8S, OCI, Code Editing and More
> Oracle Developer Cloud - New Continuous Integration Engine Deep Dive
> What is Visual Builder and Why Is It Important for Your Business?
> A New Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service - Visual and Coding Combined
> 5 main building blocks of the new Visual Builder Cloud Service
> Adding New Oracle JET UI Component to Visual Builder Cloud Service
> Learning App Development with Visual Builder Cloud Service - Demos & Tutorials
> Microservice Approach for Web Development - Micro Frontends
> Change Style of ADF TreeTable, Column, Data Cell, Selected Row using ADF Skin
> Oracle ADF BC REST - Performance Review and Tuning
> Oracle ADF and Oracle Jet work together. Architecture patterns
> JDeveloper – Increase Productivity Using Shortcuts
> JDev 12.2.1.3: Creating a shared skin jar (Part 1)
Additional new material WebLogic & Developer Community
> Top tweets WebLogic & Developer Partner Community – June 2018
> Training Calendar Developer Partner Community
 
 
 

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PaaS Partner Opportunities – FY19 PaaS kickoff webcast July 5th 2018


Thanks to the partner community for the excellent contribution in the last 12 months. Are you ready to kickoff the new fiscal year? Join the PaaS Partner Community Webcast July 5th 2018 to understand how to grow our joint cloud success. Oracle Cloud Platform Sales Plays bring new opportunities to you as a partner:

  • System Integrators: Generate consulting revenue with hybrid PaaS
  • Outsourcing companies: Offer private and hybrid cloud solutions
  • Independent Software Vendors: Build solutions based on PaaS
  • SaaS partners: Extend, Integrate, extend and secure SaaS solutions with PaaS
  • Hardware partners: Combine hardware with PaaS and IaaS to increase margins

Monday July 5th 2018 17:00 – 18:00 CET
Join the Webcast here


Presenters:
Ed Zou
Ed Zou
Vice President
Oracle HQ Product Management
Jürgen Kress
Jürgen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption
Oracle EMEA

For more information please visit OPN Sales Central here and the PaaS Partner Community workspace here and the Developer Partner Community workspace here. For free Partner Community registration please visit OPN here.



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PaaS Summer Camp 2018


Paas free trial

The Oracle PaaS Summer Camp is a one week training for cutting-edge software consultants, engineers and enterprise-level professionals. The #PaaSSummerCamp brings together the world’s leading Oracle experts in the fields of integration, API management, process management, microservices, mobile, chatbot and blockchain.

You can only choose one training for the whole week, you cannot change between the trainings!

Training

Trainer

Cloud Services

Profile

Application Development with Microservices and Containers: See details here

Andrea Morena
Geertjan Wielenga

Oracle JET, Project FN, Container Cloud Service, JCS, ACC

Developer coder

Chabot & APIs: See details here

Frank Nimphius

Oracle Mobile Cloud Enterprise, API CS

Mobile developer

Integration & API Management: See details here

Niall Commiskey & Robert Wunderlich

Oracle Integration Cloud Service, API CS

Integration Developer

Innovation blockchain and robotic process automation: See details here

Chris Peytier & Jens Lusebrink

Blockchain
Oracle Integration Cloud (cases, robotics process automation, self service integration)

Consultants & process experts

Integrate and Extend SaaS: CX + ERP + HCM Integration patterns: See details here

Anand Potti & Niall Commiskey

PaaS & SaaS

SaaS implementer

Hackathon build an Oracle Cloud (PaaS/SaaS) solution: See details here

Angelo Santagata & Dolf Dijkstra & A-Team

Content & Experience Cloud, Project FN, Container Cloud Service, Oracle Integration Cloud , Visual Builder Cloud,  PaaS & SaaS (SalesCloud, HCMCloud, Eloqua)

Developer coder, Integration Developer, Architect

Location & Schedule: August 27th – 31st 2018

Lagoas Park Hotel
Lagoas Park - Oeiras
2740-245 Porto Salvo
Portugal

For details please visit the registration page here.


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Oracle Blockchain - PaaS Partner Community Webcast – June 29th 2018

webcast
Attend our June edition of the PaaS Partner Community Webcast live on June 29th 2018 at 16:00 CET.

Blockchain and Oracle: A match made in heaven!

Blockchain is a burning hot topic! Organisations from small to large are all exploring how they can leverage Distributed Ledger Technologies to redefine existing or invent new business models. The market potential is therefore huge and the interest by customers is ever-increasing. Oracle is entering the market in full force with a great product and several successes - projects already in the works. Join us to discuss Oracle’s proposition and how Oracle successfully opened up the market with new projects and case-studies

Presenter:
Thrasos Thrasyvoulou
Director Business Development

Thrasos Thrasyvoulou Visit the registration page here.
Call ID: 5566478 and Passcode: 254947
UK: +44 (0) 208 118 1001 & United States: 140 877 440 73
More Local Numbers

Schedule:
Wednesday June 29th 16:00 - 17:00 CET
Visit the registration page here.

Missed our PaaS Partner Community Webcast? – watch the on-demand versions:

For the latest information please visit Community Updates Wiki page (SOA Community membership required).

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PaaS Partner YouTube Update June 2018


The June edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three topics:

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  • PaaS sales plays kickoff
  • PaaS Summer Camp 2018
  • PaaS Community Webcast Oracle Blockchain

For regular updates please subscribe to our YouTube channel here. Thanks for your likes and sharing the video on YouTube and LinkedIn. For the latest SOA & BPM Partner Community information please visit our Community update wiki here (Community membership required).

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Nominations Open: 2018 Oracle Cloud Platform Innovation Awards


Oracle Excellence Awards

Are you using Oracle’s Cloud Platform to deliver unique business value? If your organization is leveraging Oracle Cloud Platform solutions, and delivering business value that is innovative in its approach or implementation, then your business could be a 2018 Oracle Cloud Platform Innovation AWARD WINNER!

This year's Oracle Cloud Platform Innovation Excellence Awards will honor customers and partners who are leveraging the Oracle Cloud Platform in innovative and visionary ways. Winners are selected based on the uniqueness of their business case, business benefits, level of impact relative to the size of the organization, complexity and magnitude of implementation, and the originality of architecture.

Winners receive an Oracle Excellence Awards trophy, and a complimentary pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2018 in San Francisco!

Think you have done something unique and innovative in any the following areas?:

  • Oracle Integration
  • Oracle Application Development
  • Transformational Technologies
  • Data Integration & Governance
  • Oracle Security and Identity
  • Oracle System Management
  • Oracle Business Analytics
  • Oracle Content and Experience
  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
  • Oracle Data Management

We'd love to hear from you! Find more information and submit your nomination in the appropriate category.

The deadline to submit a nomination is July 20, 2018. Further questions, please send an email to: innovation-cloud-platform_ww_grp@oracle.com.

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New Home for Oracle PaaS and IaaS Customer Forums


Cloud Customer Connect

The Oracle PaaS and IaaS customer forums have moved to Oracle Cloud Customer Connect and now include over 20 discussion forums covering a wide range of Oracle platform and infrastructure services. We encourage you to be active in these forums as a way to network with the Oracle customer community and build your reputation as an Oracle Cloud expert. Please join today.


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Bill Swales and Siddhartha Agarwal kick off and in-depth series that explores the most common journeys to the cloud



journeys to the cloud

Watch the videos here.

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Oracle Developer Meetups in Utrecht, London, Lisbon, Madrid, Cologne and Oslo


Want to learn more about developing Enterprise-grade Cloud Native applications on the Oracle Cloud Platform, covering topics like Microservices Architecture, developing in Node, Python and PHP, using Low Code development tools to build Mobile apps, and much more? Join the Oracle Developer Meetup groups if you want to follow Oracle’s solutions in this area, or participate in the events and hands-on labs we organize:

Meetups

Please let us know in case you want to run an event at one of this location or you want to start your local meetup. We are looking forward to support you and sponsor the event with pizza and beer!

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Register for FY19 Oracle Global Partner Kickoff June 26 & 27


As we transition into a new fiscal year, Oracle is very excited about the opportunities ahead with our partners.

FY19 Oracle Global Partner Kickoff

Please join us for our annual Global Partner Kickoff, and learn directly from Oracle executives on how to prepare for a successful FY19Global Partner Kickoff is a must-attend virtual event led by senior Oracle leaders. This year, speakers include: Dave Donatelli, Thomas Kurian, Inderjeet Singh, Brian Hamel, Camillo Speroni and Kimberly Lasseter.

Leading up to and during the virtual event, join the #FY19PKO conversation on Twitter by recognizing @oraclepartners and/or #OPN in your tweets.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to kick off the fiscal year with Oracle and discover new ways to accelerate revenue and align your business with Oracle's cloud offerings.


NA / EMEA / LAD

Tuesday, June 26 @ 8:00 a.m. PDT

Register Here

APAC / JAPAN

Wednesday, June 27 @ 11 a.m. SGT

Register Here

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PaaS free trial accounts MCS and JCS & ACC


As part of our communities we do offer free PaaS accounts (only for partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa. In case you are not part of EMEA please contact your local partner manager):

Java Cloud Service & Mobile Cloud & Application Container Cloud Service PaaS Demo Accounts (WebLogic Community membership required)

Integration Cloud Service & Process Cloud Service ad PaaS for SaaS PaaS Demo Accounts (SOA Community membership required)

Paas free trial

Questions? Feel free to contact our Facebook chatbot - send us a message here.

Watch the GSE Overview Video!Get an overview of what GSE is and how you can use GSE to help you sell. You can also get long running dedicated PaaS instances, therefore please send us details about your use cases. For instant access please request a sandbox demo

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Application Development Section


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First steps with Oracle Kubernetes Engine–the managed Kubernetes Cloud Service by Lucas Jellema


Oracle recently (May 2018) launched its Managed Kubernetes Cloud Service (OKE – Oracle Kubernetes Engine) – see for example this announcement. Yesterday I got my self a new free cloud trial on the Oracle Public Cloud (https://cloud.oracle.com/tryit). Subsequently, I created a Kubernetes cluster and deployed my first pod on that cluster. In this article, I will describe the steps that I went through:



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to read more.

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Running Istio on Oracle Kubernetes Engine–the managed Kubernetes Cloud Service by Lucas Jellema

In a recent post, I introduced the managed Oracle Cloud Service for Kubernetes, the Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE). A logical next step when working with Kubernetes in somewhat challenging situations, for example with microservice style architectures and deployments, is the use of Istio – to configure, monitor and manage the so called service mesh. Istio – https://istio.io – is brand new – not even Beta yet, although a first production release is foreseen for Q3 2018. It offers very attractive features, including:


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to read more.

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Introducing Play with Kubernetes by Mano Marks


We introduced our new Build Engine in Oracle Developer Cloud in our April release. This new build engine now comes with the capability to define build pipelines visually. Read more about it in my previous blog.

In this blog we will delve deeper into some of the functionalities of Build Pipeline feature of the new CI Engine in Oracle Developer Cloud.


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to read more.

 

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Oracle Adds New Support for Open Serverless Standards to Fn Project and Key Kubernetes Features to Oracle Container Engine by Bob Quillin



Open serverless project Fn adds support for broader serverless standardization with CNCF CloudEvents, serverless framework support, and OpenCensus for tracing and metrics.

Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes tackles toughest real-world governance, scale, and management challenges facing K8s users today.

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Teaching How to Get started with Kubernetes deploying a Hello World App


In a previous blog, I explained how to provision a new Kubernetes environment locally on physical or virtual machines, as well as remotely in the Oracle Public Cloud. In this workshop, I am going to show how to get started by deploying and running a Hello World NodeJS application into it.


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to read more.

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Microservices are not simple by Phil Wilkins

It’s a bit controversial to say ‘Microservices are not simple’ given much is said about using Microservices to simplify and accelerate software delivery. So, how can this statement be made? It is a point actually stated in Chris Richardson’s excellent new book Microservice Patterns (avalable here and here), indirectly in Eric Evan’s Domain Driven Design (here). Martin Fowler in one his blogs says that they come at a premium (here). So, I’m not the first to say this, and wont be the last.


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to read more.

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Announcing CloudEvents Support and Serverless Framework Integration for Fn Project by Shaun Smith

The Fn team is committed to open standards and to integrating and interoperating with other open source projects. And with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s KubeCon EU 2018 taking place this week in Copenhagen we’d like to announce two new exciting developments: support for the upcoming CloudEvents specification and integration with the Serverless Framework.


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to read more.

 

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It’s Better with Two Connect database and application services for a quick start to app development by Dan McGhan

Two of my favorite Oracle Cloud services are Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service (Exadata Express) and Oracle Application Container Cloud. Exadata Express is a fully managed Oracle Database service at an entry-level price point for small-to-medium-sized data, and Oracle Application Container Cloud is a lightweight infrastructure that provides an easy way to deploy apps in Docker containers. In this article, I’ll demonstrate how to connect these two at the most basic level.


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to read more.

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Enhance Vagrant provisioning: install java and database by Martien van den Akker

In my previous blog posts (here and here), I wrote about how to create a base box and a create and start a virtual machine out of it. I started with provisioning, to have the vagrant user adapt the kernel settings, add a install user/owner and create a filesystem on an added disk.


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to read more.

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Building Complex Bot Responses with Ease Learn to love the common response component and render complex and composite responses by Frank Nimphius

The Oracle Intelligent Bots feature of Oracle Mobile Cloud Enterprise uses built-in components to render bot responses in a dialogue flow. Being component-based is an advantage Oracle Intelligent Bots has over its competitors, because it enables bot designers to easily build bot conversations with no code.


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to read more.

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Running and Debugging Custom Components Locally by Martin Deh

With Oracle Intelligent Bots, each state in the dialog flow invokes a component to perform actions that range from basic interactions like taking user input or providing a bot response, to complex interactions that, for example, call out to remote services for backend integration.


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to read more.

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Understanding Why Intent Resolutions Are Sometimes Not What You Expect by Grant Ronald


real bot

One of the most common questions that gets asked when someone starts building a real bot is “Why am I getting strange intent resolutions”. For example, someone tests the bot with random key presses like “slkejfhlskjefhksljefh” and finds an 80% resolution for “CheckMyBalance”. The first reaction is to blame the intent resolution within the product. However, the reality is that you’ve not trained it to know any better. This short article gives a high level conceptual explanation of how model do and don’t work. Read the complete article here.

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Accessing Attribute Names and Values of a Data Object by Frank Nimphius

In this quick tip I show you how to use Apache FreeMarker expressions in Oracle Intelligent Bots to list the attribute names of a data object and to access the attribute value.


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to read more.

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Developer Cloud Service May Release Adds K8S, OCI, Code Editing and More by Shay Shmeltzer

Just a month after the recent release of Oracle Developer Cloud Service - that added support for pipelines, Docker, and Terraform - we are happy to announce another update to the services that adds even more option to help you extend your DevOps and CI/CD processes to support additional use cases.


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to read more.

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Oracle Developer Cloud - New Continuous Integration Engine Deep Dive by Abhinav Shroff


We introduced our new Build Engine in Oracle Developer Cloud in our April release. This new build engine now comes with the capability to define build pipelines visually. Read more about it in my previous blog.

In this blog we will delve deeper into some of the functionalities of Build Pipeline feature of the new CI Engine in Oracle Developer Cloud.


Click here
to read more.

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What is Visual Builder and Why Is It Important for Your Business? by Shay Shmeltzer

For small-to-medium businesses (SMBs), developing engaging interfaces for your applications is a key step in the way to getting customers to adopt your solution. While new technologies are constantly providing new ways for growing companies to create better interfaces, developers sometimes struggle to keep up to speed with the latest emerging technology. In many SMBs with limited IT resources, developers can become a bottleneck for as they try to produce new applications at the speed of changing business needs.


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to read more.

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A New Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service - Visual and Coding Combined by Shay Shmeltzer

We are happy to announce the availability of Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS) - Oracle's visual low-code development platform for JavaScript based applications with built-in autonomous capabilities.

Over the past couple of years, the visual development approach of VBCS has made it a very attractive solution to citizen developers who leveraged the no-code required nature of the platform to build their custom applications.


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to read more.

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5 main building blocks of the new Visual Builder Cloud Service by Herman Mensinga

In May 2018 Oracle introduced the new version of Visual Builder Cloud Service. This version is not just aimed at the Citizen Developer, in the end an experienced JavaScript can do nice things with it.

In this blog I will have a look at 5 of the 6 main building blocks you build a VBCS applications with:


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to read more.

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Adding New Oracle JET UI Component to Visual Builder Cloud Service by Shay Shmeltzer

Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service is an extendable platform - you can add your own UI components to the list of around 70 UI components that already show up in the component palette of your visual editor.

In this blog and video we show you two ways to add additional Oracle JET components to the editor.


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to read more.

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Learning App Development with Visual Builder Cloud Service - Demos & Tutorials by Shay Shmeltzer

Looking to learn how to build applications with the new version of Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service?

We have you covered!

The Oracle Visual Builder YouTube Channel has a couple of videos that demonstrate the development experience:

Developing a Web Application in 10 Minutes
Developing an On-Device Mobile Application in 10 Minutes


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to read more.

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Microservice Approach for Web Development - Micro Frontends by Andrejus Baranovskis

This post is based on my Oracle Code 2018 Warsaw talk. View presentation on slides share.

Wondering what micro frontends term means? Check micro frontends description here. Simply speaking, micro frontend must implement business logic from top to bottom (database, middleware and UI) in isolated environment, it should be reusable and pluggable into main application UI shell. There must be no shared variables between micro frontends.


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to read more.

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Change Style of ADF TreeTable, Column, Data Cell, Selected Row using ADF Skin by Ashish Awasthi


ADF TreeTable

In this tutorial, We’ll learn to change look n feel of ADF tree table component using Oracle ADF Skin Here I am using Departments and Employees table HR Schema to prepare the model and created tree Table using view link between Departments and Employees View Object.

You can check this link to know more about treeTable component – How to create treeTable in Oracle ADF

Added basic styling for master data in inlineStyle property of af:treeTable and it looks like this. Read the complete article here.

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Oracle ADF BC REST - Performance Review and Tuning by Andrejus Baranovskis

I thought to check how well ADF BC REST scales and how fast it performs. For that reason, I implemented sample ADF BC REST application and executed JMeter stress load test against it. You can access source code for application and JMeter script on my GitHub repository.


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to read more.

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Oracle ADF and Oracle Jet work together. Architecture patterns by Eugene Fedorenko

In this post I am going to consider various architecture patterns of implementing an application on top of combination of Oracle ADF and Oracle Jet. An organization practicing ADF may think on incorporating Oracle Jet for existing projects to refresh look&feel and make it modern and responsive and to implement new features in a new way. It may think on using Oracle Jet for totally new projects and obviously for projects related to development of hybrid applications for mobile devices.


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to read more.

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JDeveloper – Increase Productivity Using Shortcuts by Pedro Curto

Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) are useful tools to maximize productivity for developers. This article will present how to configure new shortcuts and some very important advanced shortcuts available by default in JDeveloper that can be very useful to speed up development process.


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to read more.

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JDev 12.2.1.3: Creating a shared skin jar (Part 1) by Timo Hahn

In earlier versions of JDev, skins have been created either by pure code or by using the free Skin Editor. However, since JDev 12.2.1.x the skin editor has been integrated into JDeveloper itself.


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to read more.

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Additional new material WebLogic & Developer Community

  • Analytics, Integration, Development “Why doesn’t software manage itself?” That’s the question Oracle President Thomas Kurian’s team asked approximately seven years ago. In 2018 the answer is, “It does.” Earlier this year, Oracle launched the world’s first autonomous data warehouse. Now three more self-driving services have come online: Oracle Autonomous Analytics Cloud, Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud, and Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud. The self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing abilities of these services fill a gaping need in a software world where the default is far from secure or dependable. Beyond that, these systems learn from interactions and crowd-sourced data to suggest insights and reveal hidden patterns. Software is strategic. These services free technologists to focus on creative work and leave more-routine work to the machines.
  • Now Available: Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service combines visual and code-based development to drive development simplicity and flexibility for architects and developers. Read: A New Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud Service - Visual and Coding Combined


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to read more.

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Top tweets WebLogic & Developer Partner Community – June 2018


tweets

June 2018 top tweets by DeveloperCommunity

Send us your tweets @wlscommunity #DeveloperCommunity and follow us on twitter http://twitter.com/wlscommunity. Please feel free to send us your news! Make sure you share your content with the community!




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Training Calendar WebLogic Partner Community

For the latest trainings please visit our WebLogic & Developer Community Training Wiki here (membership required) feel free to add your events!

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Training Highlight

PaaS Summer Camp 2018
August 27th to 31st 2018
Lisbon, Portugal


My private Corner – FY19 Happy New Year



PaaS three step to success

Thanks to the partner community for the excellent contribution in the last 12 months. Are you ready to kickoff the new fiscal year? To grow our joint business join our three steps to success:

  1. Attend the PaaS kickoff webcast on July 5th 2018
  2. Come to Lisbon for the PaaS Summer Camps August 27th – 31st 2018 and
  3. Join the PaaS Partner Communities & free cloud trials

Our partner communities and partner program are a proven road to joint cloud success.

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