What’s New in Mobile Cloud Service ?

Posted: June 23, 2016 in Cloud, JDeveloper & ADF
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clip_image002What’s New?

As soon as an Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) update becomes available to Oracle data centers, your instance of MCS is upgraded accordingly. You don’t need to request an upgrade to be able to use the new features—they come to you automatically. If you’re not sure which service update you have, click your user name in the upper right corner of the MCS user interface, then click About.

16.1.1 Service Update

· Want to build a mobile app that includes data from a service defined in Integration Cloud Service (ICS)? Or create your own service in ICS to do something like synchronize data between two applications, before using that data in your mobile app? With the latest release of Mobile Cloud Service, you can create an ICS connector API to make it easier to call ICS services from your custom code. See ICS Connector API Flow for details.

15.4.3 Service Update

· Mobile Cloud Service now has a shiny new interface! Not only is it much cleaner and crisper than before, but it’s been designed to focus your attention on a single environment at a time: Development, Staging, or Production.

Use the new “hamburger menu” in the top left to access all the artifacts and tools associated with whatever environment you’re looking at—mobile backends, APIs, analytics, and more.

As part of the UI overhaul, the role/permissions model has been tightened up and streamlined as well, which means you can be sure that your team members will see only the parts of the UI—or the environments—you’ve enabled them to see.

· As a mobile app developer, you should find these enhancements pretty useful:

· Client SDKs for both Windows (.NET) and JavaScript are now available, making it much easier to develop mobile apps that run on those platforms. Support for push notifications is also available to mobile apps built on Windows.

· Develop mobile apps that can work offline—even if a mobile user edits or adds content—then automatically sync up with MCS in the Cloud as soon as they come back online. No need to worry about real or potential resource clashes, either: they’re handled through policies that you control. See Data Offline to find out how it works. Read the complete article here.

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