MAX: Building my first application (Part 1): Custom API design by Rubén Rodríguez Santiago

Posted: November 5, 2016 in Cloud, JDeveloper & ADF
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In the last release of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator (Oracle MAX) and Location Services were released. In my first technical post about MCS 2.0 I am going to focus on Oracle MAX, the new tool that allows us to create applications without coding, and that will enable business users, and people that doesn’t know about programming, to build applications easily.
This is a 2 part post where you can find:

Before that any user can create an application we have to design correctly our Custom API.
Oracle MAX uses business object, so first we need to define schemas for the endpoints.
In this quick example, in our Custom API we are going to have 2 endpoints
/posts that will return a list of all posts, and
/post/id that will give us the information of the post. Read the complete article here.

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