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Are you in Europe and looking for a free ADF event that you can attend without traveling ? Stop looking now! Tomorrow Tuesday – November 26th from 9am – 1pm GMT you can attend the Oracle ADF Virtual Developer Day 2013.
This is an online event that provides sessions that range from introductory to deep dive, covering Oracle’s strategic framework for developing multi-channel enterprise applications for the Oracle platforms. Multiple tracks cover every interest and every level and include live online Q&A chats with Oracle’s technical staff. If you attend one of the sessions in the Oracle ACE’s track, your questions will be answered by Oracle ACE’s.
The event has a very interesting program that includes sessions of my colleague Frank Houweling (on performance) and myself (ADF Mobile).More >
Oracle OpenWorld is a monster event – 10Ks of attendees, thousands of sessions and 100Ks of private conversations that all help convey and define the message about Oracle’s strategy and the roadmap for its close to 4000 thousand products. Concurrent with OOW is the JavaOne conference that – at a slightly smaller scale – does the same thing for the world of the Java platform, the JVM and the Java community.
AMIS each year sends a substantial delegation to attend and contribute to the conference. We speak in many sessions, ask questions in even more and do our utmost to gather information, digest it and distill the real meaning and relevant details. We have just completed our yearly review of the Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne 2013 conferences: a 60-page PDF document that answers the ultimate question about life, the universe and everything [Oracle].
This white paper describes the major transitions that the industry at large and Oracle in specific is going through. It explains what these transitions mean to Oracle, cause in terms of product evolution and will result in for the users. The major product announcements are listed and commented on. The roadmaps for the most relevant More >
OOW13: summarizing one week and 2000 sessions in 3 hours and a bit – the yearly AMIS OOW Review session – 10th October0
On Thursday 10th of October, the 12 man strong AMIS delegation at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne 2013 will present its findings in a 3 hour session at AMIS HQ in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. You are welcome to attend this free session (from 16.30 on, food provided). Please register here: http://www.amis.nl/nl-NL/evenementen/technologie-evenementen/oow-review.
Note: the event took place as planned. The slides (about 350 of them) can be seen at the SlideShare site of AMIS: AMIS OOW 13 Review Part 1 (Overview, Themes, Announcements, Hardware, Database) , amis-oow13-reviewpart2platformmiddlewarepublication (WebLogic, ExaLogic, Provisioning, Deployment, Testing, Performance) ,
If you want to hear more about the Internet of Things, the In Memory Database, Cloud, Mobile, SOA Suite 12c, BPM Suite, WebLogic, Fast More >
The story of NOPERU – the National Organization for Permits for Emissions and Resource Usage – is an interesting one. Because it reveals the business drivers for embarking on a journey of modernization, enterprise architecture and application of SOA principles using Oracle Fusion Middleware. It also outlines a roadmap: which steps were taken to move NOPERU from classic, silo-oriented, distributed (in isolation) and largely paper-based to a modern enterprise – both IT-wise and Business-wise. With 24/7 B2B and B2C interaction, centralized administration, automated processes and almost paperless operations.
The story describes the architecture design and ensuing technology selection as well as the implementation steps. It explains why and how an agile approach was selected for executing software development and maintenance. It also makes clear when and how Oracle technology components such as WebCenter Content, Service Bus, SOA Suite, ADF, Database, WebLogic and BPM Suite were used.
Vanaf 22 september vindt in San Francisco de Oracle OpenWorld conferentie plaats: hét evenement waar Oracle haar productstrategie uit de doeken doet en waar Oracle specialisten van over de hele wereld ervaringen uitwisselen. Tegelijk met Oracle OpenWorld wordt ook de JavaOne conferentie georganiseerd, het trefpunt voor de wereldwijde Java gemeenschap. Meer dan 2.000 sessies, ruim 45.000 bezoekers en optredens van wereldberoemde artiesten; beide conferenties zijn zo groot dat zelfs de straat voor het gigantische Moscone Center door Oracle wordt overgenomen
Helaas kan niet elke Oracle of Java specialist zo maar naar San Francisco. Daarom heeft AMIS de traditie om je de inhoud en sfeer van Oracle OpenWorld mee te laten beleven. Op donderdag 5 september organiseert AMIS weer de Oracle OpenWorld Preview sessie. Nederlandse en Belgische sprekers verzorgen een preview van hun presentatie die zij enkele weken later op het podium in San Francisco gaan geven. Tijdens het diner hoor je de verhalen van eerdere conferenties, technische tips en trucs en kun je feedback geven op de presentaties.
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:
The application uses a WebSocket endpoint – an object that acts as the server end for web socket connections. Each browser session connects to the end point and starts a new websocket connection. Whenever a slide is selected, the WebSocket endpoint is informed (on the server side) and broadcasts the slide selection to all connected clients. A brief demo of what this looks like is shown here:Pushy in Sockets – demo
The application also support an automatic slideshow: one user starts the slideshow by pushing a button. This causes a scheduled future to be instantiated in the server that fires every 3 seconds to advance the slideshow. After two minutes, the show will finish.
The application can be downloaded under Resources. It runs More >