Easily access business objects from Oracle Cloud Applications in your applications.
Quickly access and build using business objects from all of your Oracle Cloud Applications.
Embed your applications as custom tabs within Oracle Cloud Applications, or as menu options that link to external applications.
Leverage the same users and roles as Oracle Cloud Applications in your extensions—without the need for a separate login.
Get started immediately. Visual Builder is browser-based, so there’s no need to download or install software.
Visual Builder gives you access to powerful visual app design tools, such as drag-and-drop components and actions, and WYSIWYG interfaces.
Define new objects to store data related to your application. Replace spreadsheets with multiuser web applications.
Pick from our catalog of REST services, or invoke other REST services with just a few clicks.
Create a unified application that consumes services from multiple sources in combination with your own data objects.
The applications you create are available to your users in the cloud, from any desktop or mobile device.
Create responsive web applications, progressive web apps, and on-device mobile apps with a unified development approach.
When you’re ready, a click of a button makes your application available to the world or user groups.
Caesars is a global leader in gaming, hospitality, entertainment, conventions, and shopping. Caesars uses Oracle Visual Builder to enable IT and business users to extend Oracle Cloud Applications to meet industry regulatory compliance.
Get the power to create and customize your applications to meet your business needs. Visual Builder lets you extend your applications using the same development platform that Oracle Cloud Applications are built on.
Use cloud-based visual tools to rapidly create and host web and mobile applications with minimal coding required.
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Director of Product Management, Oracle
Oracle Visual Builder Studio offers an improved experience for packaging and deploying visual applications. We now offer declarative built-in tasks that let you package and optimize your app, deploy it (either stage or live version), and manage the data stored in the app.Read the complete post