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The February edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

  • Apiary acquisition & API Cloud Service
  • Free on-demand training for SOA 12c, BPM 12c and WebLogic Suite 12c
  • SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcasts February 28th 2017

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The January edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

  • PaaS Partner Community Forum
  • Developer Gateway & Code Events
  • SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcasts January 31st 2017

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The December edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

  • Cloud Partner Opportunities
  • Enrich SaaS with PaaS
  • SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcasts December20th 2016

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The November edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

  • Community Resources
  • Managed Service Provider Partner Program
  • SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcasts November 29th 2016

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In a previous post I explained what Node.js is and how it works. Now, I’ll help you install it and create your first Node.js powered webpage.

I make the assumption you have some basic HTML and Javascript knowledge.

Node.js is installed as part of the npm installation. npm is a very powerful Javascript package manager that will save you tons of work when used properly. We at Whitehorses do not suffer from the “not invented here” syndrome!

Let’s get started quickly now. There are many ways to develop Node.js web applications, but I find myself comfortable with the combination of NetBeans and commandline npm.

After downloading and installing npm (there is plenty of documentation for that, for instance here), create a directory demonode, and use that as your working directory. Create a file named main.js containing the following code: When you execute the command node main.js, you will be able to access the page on localhost:8080.

Although it works like a charm, there is not much you can do with this page. At this point, you probably want to leave the command line behind and use a proper IDE.

But not before you entered this command in the working directory:

npm init

This results in a wizard which creates a package.json file. Read the complete article here.

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In part 1, yesterday, we deployed a Node.js application, with static resources architected on Orace JET, to the Application Container Cloud Service (ACCS). However, ACCS is also applicable to Java SE applications.

There are several use cases for running Java SE applications on ACCS:

http://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/apaas_gs/apaas_tutorials_create_sample_java_se_applications.htm

I followed this scenario:

http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/tutorials/obe/cloud/apaas/griz-jersey-intro/Grizzly-Jersey-Intro.html

However, I wanted to serve up JSON, rather than Strings, so I rewrote "getAllCustomers" in "CustomerService" to the following:

@GET
@Produces(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON)
@Path("/all")
public GenericEntity<list> getAllCustomers() {
    List list = CustomerList.getInstance();
    return new GenericEntity<list>(list) {};
}</list</list

More info in this example for JSON-related scenarios: Read the complete article here.

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At the AMIS Conference in Katwijk, the Netherlands, I attended a hackathon yesterday and learned a lot from my colleague Shaun Smith, who is the Oracle product manager working on Application Container Cloud Service (ACCS).

What I wanted to achieve was this—create an Oracle JET application that renders data made available by an application running on ACCS. Here’s Shaun and I setting up my environment and deploying an application to it:

In the end, we got everything working:

  • We have a Node.js application running on my instance of ACCS.
  • Using REST, it exposes underlying data.
  • The data is consumed in an Oracle JET application.

Here’s the simple UI of the Oracle JET application. What’s nice about it is that it consists of three different modules and that the table is defined by the Oracle JET "ojTable" component.

Here’s the definition of the HTML view of the JET module that provides the ojTable:

<table id="table"
       data-bind="ojComponent: {
   component: 'ojTable',
      data: datasource,
      columns: [
            {headerText: 'Problem',  field: 'problem'},
            {headerText: 'Description',  field: 'description'},
            {headerText: 'Status',  field: 'status'},
            {headerText: 'Address',  field: 'formattedAddress'}
]}">
</table>

…and here’s the JavaScript side providing the business logic of the HTML view shown above: Read the complete article here.

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