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PaaS Sales kits including cheat sheets, demos and customer presentations (in ppt format) are available at via the community workspace (membership required):

WebLogic Sales Page Modernize App Dev

· Use-Case Dev-Test Environments

· Use-Case Build Cloud Native Apps

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· Use-Case Innovate with Mobile and Intelligent Bots

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Want to increase the PaaS & Middleware Oracle business? Create new service offerings and solutions for the Cloud?

Watch the Oracle Partner Overview Cloud Platform on-demand Webcast to bring new opportunities to you as a partner:

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

Watch the webcast on-demand here

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One of the examples of JET Router API usage – sign-in/sign-out implementation. After sign-in we need to change menu structure and allow access to application modules, on sign-out menu structure should be changed again. JET Router API allows to manage application navigation and menu structure from JavaScript. Check complete API methods list here – JSDoc: Class: Router.
Sample application code is available on GitHub – JETPlaygroundApp. This application is generated with JET NavDrawer template and is runnable in NetBeans and from command prompt with Grunt. I was using such Yeoman command to generate it:
yo oraclejet JETPlaygroundApp –template=navdrawer
I have changed index page to stretch to entire width and hamburger button to be always available. This is how sign-in module looks like: Read the complete article here.

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This blog will help you understand usage of Oracle Developer Cloud service for automated testing of NodeJS REST based web service application using a popular testing framework called Jasmine. The NodeJS application will be deployed on Oracle Application Container Cloud Service.

Note: For details on how to develop and deploy NodeJS REST application on Application Container Cloud using Developer Cloud service, please refer the blog link mentioned here

Tech Stack Usage

Eclipse: IDE for Nodejs development.

Expressjs: Nodejs module for REST web service development.

Grunt: Tool for building the Nodejs code archive for deployment.

Testing Framework: Jasmine

Oracle Developer Cloud: For managing the application lifecycle of the Project.

Oracle Application Container Cloud: For deployment of the Nodejs web service on container hosted by the cloud.

Setting up Jasmine for NodeJS application Testing:

After developing the NodeJS REST service application following the blog link given above, you will have a REST application in NodeJS deployed on Application Container Cloud Service. For this blog purpose I have named it as ServiceTest, but you are free to name it what you want.

The code files for testing using Jasmine framework can be included as part of separate ‘test’ folder(more from the segregation perspective). Since this is a sample service we are developing to see how the Jasmine based test automation works using DEVCS,we chose to keep the test scripts in the same application project. But for full scale projects, with comprehensive test scripts, you may choose to have a separate Git repository and project for the test scripts.

Below is the screen shot of the ServiceTest project in Eclipse: Read the complete article here.

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Imagine building business applications without code… Oracle Development Tools Product Manager Shay Shmeltzer delivers a solid 97 seconds on how Oracle Application Builder Cloud service can liberate you from code.

Click here to sign up for a trial subscription to Application Builder Cloud Service.

Additional Resources

Creating Oracle ABCS application connected to Oracle SaaS

Leveraging the JavaScript API in Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service

Extending Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service with Oracle JET Based Components

Integrating Oracle ADF REST Services with Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service

Calling an External REST Service from Application Builder Cloud Service

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I blogged before showing how easy it is to extend Oracle Sales Cloud using Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service.

We do get a lot of customers of Oracle HCM that approach us asking if they can use the same tools to extend Oracle HCM apps. While Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service (ABCS) has the list of Oracle Sales Cloud services pre-populated in the service catalog , you can pretty easily connect ABCS to Oracle HCM services too and get data and build an application around this data.

In the video demo below I’m building an application that records the details of the cars employees are allowed to bring onto campus. I leverage a REST service exposed by Oracle HCM to get the list of employees. ABCS also automates querying using the same service so you can search for a specific employee.

ABCS lets me create an app with the same look and feel as Oracle SaaS displaying the specific fields that interest me in the specific layout I want. Further more I can add custom data object that tracks the details of the cars and associate it with the HCM data. Read the complete article here.

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We are happy to announce that Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service has been updated with a major new version.

You’ll notice all these features in your instance (whether you are using a production or a trial account) starting today.

In this blog entry we are going to focus on the 3 “big-ones” in this entry. But you should also read the full list of new features see the documentation.

On-device Mobile Application Creation

When you choose to create a new application in ABCS you’ll have a choice of creating a web app – which take you through the experience you are already familiar with – or create a mobile application.

The Mobile option will take you to the Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator (Oracle MAX) – which creates mobile optimized applications that are deployed on the mobile device.

MAX is tuned for the unique aspects of mobile apps helping you create applications that are native looking with design patterns and templates optimized for mobile interaction.

MAX apps can access custom business objects that you created in “regular” ABCS application – all you need to do is turn on the regular app’s resource sharing.

Want to learn more about MAX? Since MAX has been, and still is, included in Oracle Mobile Cloud Service – you can find several videos about it here.

Business Object Providers (BOP)

Ever wanted to incorporate external data (not from Oracle SaaS) into your ABCS app? Well now you can!

Adding to ABCS’s extensibility features you can now add custom Business Object Providers – or BOPs for short.

A BOP defines a mapping to an external REST exposed object through a set of javascript files.

Once a BOP has been created, you can import it into your application, and it will appear as a service you can access in your service catalog.

You can then use it like you would use any other business object. Read the complete article here.

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