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imageMobile is the technology which is literally at everyone’s finger tips.  Whether you are taking first steps with mobile, or full embracing a Mobile-first strategy, what you can’t do is ignore mobile.
In this session will focus around Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) and give a firsthand look at how Oracle customers are embracing Oracle Mobile through a mobile integration architecture, low/no-code mobile application development, multi-channel access through AI driven chatbots and intelligent customer/employee insights.  Attendees with also get an insight into current products that support a successful mobile strategy, and share details on the latest innovations, Oracle’s Mobile strategy, and roadmap.

Grant Ronaldimage

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February 28th 2017 at 16:00-17:00 CET

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In this post, we will see an overview about all the knowledge learned in the Lisbon summer camp – Mobile section. There we go:

Building AuraPlayer web Services

First, we created REST web services to manage the Forms summit application using AuraPlayer’s Service Manager. We used IE to launch the summit Forms.

We created several services, pushing the button “record services.

Then we defined the service name an the form URL. The URL form is connected to a Forms Server where AuraPlayer is installed. We have some options that we can use on AuraPlayer Manager in the record time. Read the complete article here.

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I have completed my OOW’16 session [CON2388] today. For those of you who could not attend it, check slides online (I will post sample code later, read more about the session here): Get the slides here.

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Inspired by a recent visit to an Internet of Things conference in Madrid, we decided to give the technology a try and create a small demo to share with our customers and partners. After a short brainstorming session we came up with a simple idea that has been a recurrent theme whilst doing on-site visits: meeting room bookings.

Walking by: the scenario

The scenario is the following: you are talking to a colleague and the conversation gets a little longer than expected so you decide to move to a conference room. Walking past by the rooms, you see an empty one, get in, hook your laptop to the projector and resume the conversation only to be interrupted 5 minutes later by a team that tells you they have booked the room for the following 3 hours. Sounds familiar?

So our thoughts to improve the scenario: walk with a phone in your hand and an app tells you which is the closest room and its availability. Furthermore, it tells you if it can be booked, for how long and if there are any rooms nearby that might be free.

From this, we identified the following components:

1. Low-emission bluetooth beacons to allow us to identify when we are near a meeting room

2. A mobile application to would display info and allow booking

3. A back-end API to retrieve a meeting room status (with beacon – room association)

A step further

Since we wanted the scenario to be a bit more realistic we added a maintenance use-case: monitor the beacons emissions to detect when one of them goes offline. In this way we can we send an operator to fix the problem, most likely change the battery or replace the device altogether. For this, we need to be able to register a new beacon (and associate it with a meeting room). We could even have scheduled maintenance visits (we know the battery will last approximately X years). Consequently, we added the following items to our list:

1. A Raspberry PI device with Bluetooth and WiFi support

2. An application running on the PI to relay beacon status to the main back-end (item #3 in the list above)

3. Read the complete article here.

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imageOracle JET Hybrid enabled with Cordova Push plugin can receive notifications sent from Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). You should read how to setup infrastructure in this article – Your first Push notification based Oracle JET Hybrid application!. I will focus on implementation steps and will provide working sample app for download.
Sample JET hybrid application provides login functionality. During login we register device ID with MCS service, this allows to receive notifications:

After login is completed, default dashboard page is displayed. At this point, application is ready to receive notification (even if application will be closed or mobile device screen is locked):

Notification from MCS can be sent programmatically from API implementation. I will show this in the next posts. For now we can use MCS UI to test if notification is working. Mobile Backend provides functionality to send notifications. I can target notification to specific user: Read the complete article here.

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In this 3-part post series I will show how to build an Oracle MAX Application that will display the medal standing in Rio 2016.
This is what we are going to do in order to achieve our goal.
First we are going to use Oracle MCS internal database to store the urls of the flags that we will display in the application and we will also create a custom API to retrieve the records from the database.

Rio2016 Medal Standings (Part1): Using MCS internal Database

The second step is to design and implement the API that we will consume from the MAX application.

We will get the rankings using rio2016 node module that can be found in github.

Rio2016 Medal Standings (Part2): Designing and implementing rankings custom API (Coming soon)

And the last step we have to do is to build Oracle MAX application

Rio2016 Medal Standings (Part3): Building MAX application (Coming soon)

Let’s start! The node module that we are going to use to retrieve the standings doesn’t give us the flags url so we need to get them.
At this moment we can display either static or remote images in Oracle MAX, but the source of the image has to be its absolute url, we cannot display images from MCS Storage. This would be a great feature to have.
I stored in a server lots of flags, but we need to know what url corresponds to each country and we will use MCS Database to do it.

First we are going to create a custom api ‘RankingCountries’. Read the complete article here.

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We already learned how to deploy and access ADF BC REST services from Oracle Java Cloud – ADF BC REST 12.2.1.0 Running Live in Oracle Java Cloud. It’s time to see how ADF BC REST can be consumed by Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). In my point of view, key benefit of MCS is ability to simplify Web Service access for mobile clients, by aggregating these Web Services from different sources and simplifying them. I will try to describe it in very structure way, how to define MCS interface based on ADF BC REST.
Let’s start from the top – MCS Web Service interface visible to mobile clients. I have defined four endpoints in MCS, based on ADF BC REST service – list of employees, new employee, employee by ID and update employee. As you can see from MCS tester, implementation details are hidden from the user and you would not know there is ADF BC REST is working in the background.
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Create new record. Data is supplied through Body: Read the complete article here.

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