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ADF is a rich web client framework that internally uses plenty of JavaScript to power rich UI components, partial page rendering and other aspects of the user experience. Although ADF is largely declarative and focused mainly on the (Java) server side for creating the user interface, there is a lot to be gained with ADF Faces from using JavaScript. A richer, faster and leaner user experience can be achieved, functionality is sometimes much harder or even virtually impossible to implement with only server side programming, with smart JavaScript we may lower the load on the server thereby improving the scalability of the application, we can leverage the fairly recent HTML5 APIs for client side persistence, file upload, etc. and through JavaScript we are able to embed rich 3rd party components in our ADF Faces UI – from Google Maps to advanced visualization (beyond ADF DVT).

In this session – presented by Lucas Jellema – we will discuss how JavaScript can be integrated into out-of-the-box ADF Faces – release 12c. What are the available hooks for injecting JavaScript, how can we programmatically manipulate UI components, how do we achieve client to server (AJAX) and server to client (including push) interaction and how do we embed 3rd party web components. We will discuss the development with JavaScript in JDeveloper and the browser – including source control, debugging, logging, JSON. The session will introduce JavaScript and some of the main language concepts in the context of the browser. We will revisit briefly the notion of functions, variables, data scope, DOM manipulation and event handling. Through a number of real world use cases, we will then start using JavaScript in an ADF Faces application, from simple field validation to complex intra and inter-page navigation, the client event bus and highly interactive user interfaces through server to client push. The source code is discussed for many examples – and it will become clear how easy it can be to make an ADF Faces application much more interesting and responsive. No experience with JavaScript is required – the code samples will be small and straightforward to anyone with any programming experience.

In the handson workshop you will go through a number of use cases yourself. Please bring your own laptop with JDeveloper 12c (preferably 12.2.1.x) installed and running (no database required). Note: all materials are made available for use at home or in your office.

 

Schedule:

Thursday July 6th 2017

Tijd: 17.00 – 21.00 uur (inclusief diner)

Locatie: Edisonbaan 15, Nieuwegein

 

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Technorati Tags: Amis,Oracle Developer Meetup,Meetup,Node.JS,WebLogic,WebLogic Community,Oracle,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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Door het gebruik van containers kun je een applicatie bundelen met al zijn afhankelijkheden. De server waar de applicatie op komt te draaien hoeft alleen nog voorzien te zijn van een container engine zoals bijvoorbeeld Docker. Hierdoor ontstaan applicaties waarbij de onderliggende infrastructuur een steeds kleinere rol gaat spelen en waarmee infrastructure as code gerealiseerd kan worden. Zo kun je een eerste stap richting Serverless computing maken. Daarom wordt het ook vaak gebruikt voor microservices.

Initieel is de container technologie ontwikkeld voor Linux, maar tegenwoordig heeft ook Microsoft deze technologie omarmd. In deze workshop richten wij ons op Docker met Linux. Om infrastructure as code te realiseren, is er ook tooling omheen ontstaan zoals Docker Compose, Docker Swarm, Kubernetes, Mesos. Je kunt Docker containers overal draaien; lokaal op je eigen machine, in legacy datacenters maar ook in public Cloud zoals Amazon ECS, Azure Container Service, Google Container Engine en de Oracle Container Cloud Service. Bij deze cloud diensten heb je de mogelijkheden om losse containers te draaien, maar ook clusters uit te rollen met behulp van bijvoorbeeld Docker Swarm of Kubernetes.

In deze Docker workshop leer je de basis van het werken met Docker containers. We beginnen met het bouwen van een simpele container en werken het vanaf hier verder uit. Er is geen voorkennis nodig.

Zorg dat je een laptop bij je hebt met een werkende virtualbox. Er komt een image beschikbaar met alles wat je nodig hebt voor de workshop.

Meedoen? Stuur een email naar info@amis.nl onder vermelding van Docker Workshop 26 juni. Het aantal plaatsen is beperkt.

Schedule:

Datum: maandag 26 juni 2017

Tijd: 17.00 – 21.00 uur (inclusief diner)

Locatie: Edisonbaan 15, Nieuwegein

Spreker: Thijs Elferink (AMIS)

 

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AMIS organiseert op 22 juni een workshop introductie Node.JS. Na een korte introductie ga je tijdens deze workshop zelf aan de slag met Node.js. Je maakt kennis met de belangrijkste mogelijkheden, zodat je er later zelf verder mee kunt.

Details

Datum: 22 juni 2017
Tijd: 17.00 uur – 21.00 uur (inclusief diner)
Spreker: Lucas Jellema
Locatie: Edisonbaan 15, Nieuwegein

Doelgroep: nieuwsgierige IT professionals die programmeren en scripts schrijven – ten behoeve van applicaties, integraties, batch operaties en systeem beheer
Voorkennis: enige ervaring met programmeren en liefst – maar niet noodzakelijkerwijs – met enige kennis van JavaScript
Meebrengen: een laptop met ongeveer 4 GB aan vrije schijfruimte

Over Node.JS

Node.JS brengt JavaScript vanuit de browser ook naar de server, en is een zeer relevante technologie – ondermeer toegepast voor de bouw van REST APIs en de implementatie van microservices. Node.JS is erg populair vanwege de schaalbaarheid en het ontwikkelgemak en -plezier. Node.JS wordt ondersteund op een groot aantal platforms en wordt door vrijwel alle leverancier van cloud services aangeboden – op hun IaaS en PaaS platform, voor integraties, API ontwikkeling, motor van microservices en implementatie van serverless functions.

JavaScript op de server is lang niet meer zo vreemd als het misschien ooit klonk. JavaScript is een volwassen, krachtige en vaak leuke programmeertaal die naast toepassing in de browser ook steeds meer gebruik kent op de server. Kennis van Node.JS lijkt een standaard onderdeel te worden van het palet van een moderne ontwikkelaar.

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Below you will find an overview of all the sessions that took place at the AMIS25 Beyond the Horizon conference (1-3 June 2016, Katwijk, The Netherlands) along with the associated session resources – such as the presentation slides and where applicable the source code. Get the presentations here.

AMIS25 Beyond the Horizon Conference 2016 by Graham

imageI’ve just returned from the AMIS25 Beyond the Horizon conference in the Netherlands.  AMIS are celebrating their 25th anniversary and put on a top rate conference with Oracle technology speakers from around the world.  They also hosted the OTN Cloud Developer Challenge at which I had the privilege of leading a team.  Featuring 30 ACE Directors from around the world the challenge was to design solutions using Oracle Cloud Services.

Here are my highlights from the 2 day conference.

1) Oracle JET : Two excellent live demo sessions from Paco Van Der Linden (AMIS) and Geertjan Wielenga (Oracle).  Both gave live coding demonstrations of the JavaScript Extension Toolkit which is not a new JavaScript framework but rather a toolkit of the "best of what’s available and what’s most stable".  Oracle JET is included as part of PeopleTools 8.55 now and we should start to see PeopleSoft applications using these rather clever tools for charting, responsive UI, data binding of page UI elements and more. Read the complete article here.

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clip_image002Katwijk in the Netherlands is the place to be on June 2 and 3, 2016. Why? Because the AMIS Anniversary Conference "AMIS 25 – Beyond the Horizon" takes place at the former military airport Valkenburg in Katwijk.

Renowned Conference Speakers
We are organizing this Conference because of our 25th anniversary. Many ACE Directors, Oracle Product Managers and other Oracle experts from within the Oracle community have accepted our invitation to join us for this full two-day conference. Amongst them are Steven Davelaar, Tim Hall, Heli Helskyaho, Frank Nimphius and Matt Wright. The Oracle Cloud Applications User Experience team from the US will also contribute.

The Conference will present technology related topics in the same spirit in which AMIS has surfed the latest technology waves throughout its existence and has shared knowledge with the Oracle community. You can choose from more than 70 presentations and demo’s on:
  -  UX & UI development
  -  SOA, Integration & API’s
  -  Database (Platform & Development)
  -  Business & IT Agility, Continuous Delivery, DevOps

Themes like Cloud and Security will be part of several sessions.

Experience "AMIS 25 – Beyond the Horizon"
At this Conference you immerse yourself in knowledge. All sessions will take place in "Hangaar 2" on the former military airport Valkenburg in Katwijk. After the first Conference day we invite you to raise your glass with us and toast to many more years to come. In good AMIS tradition, we would love for you to stay for dinner and be part of the festivities.

Early Bird We promise you a memorable two days. Register now and take advantage of our Early Bird rate.

Call for Proposals Would you like to submit a proposal and possibly take the stage during the conference? We have opened a Call for Proposals. Please submit before February 14.

We are looking forward to seeing you on June 2 and 3 2016!

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WebLogic 12c (12.1.2) has support for WebSockets. ADF 12c runs on WebLogic 12c. Therefore, we should be able to leverage that WebSockets support in an ADF application. And indeed we can, as this article describes. It will explain the creation of a simple application – the SlidePresenter – that allows users to select an image from a carousel. As soon as they make the selection, all currently connected clients are synchronized, showing the same slide: Read the complete article here.

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clip_image002Master Oracle Mobile Application Framework

In Oracle Mobile Application Framework Developer Guide, Oracle ACE Luc Bors explains how to use this powerful tool to create multiplatform mobile apps based on a single code base. Detailed examples and ready-to-use code are provided throughout the book. A complete, step-by-step sample application highlights the robust functionality of Oracle Mobile Application Framework, including data visualization, UX patterns, geographical maps, push notifications, and more. Take full advantage of the visual and declarative development features of Oracle Mobile Application Framework with help from this Oracle Press resource.

  • Configure your IDE for Android and Apple iOS application development
  • Build AMX pages and task flows for mobile applications
  • Work with the binding layer and data controls
  • Create application features and configure access to them in the springboard and navigation bar
  • Call web services using a data control and create an on-device database
  • Implement device interaction services
  • Debug, test, and secure Oracle Mobile Application Framework applications
  • Build an interactive sample app that maximizes Oracle Mobile Application Framework capabilities

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