Update Go on Linux

Lucas Jellema

It turned out to be a fairly small deal. For reference sake a brief write up of updating the Go runtime on my Ubuntu environment. Current version: go version Find latest releases of Go at https://go.dev/dl/ There is a new one. I copy the link and then run: wget https://go.dev/dl/go1.17.6.linux-amd64.tar.gz […]

Customizing Dapr–preparing my environment

Lucas Jellema

In other articles I will write about the value of Dapr – as a personal assistant to any application that helps out with state, configuration and secrets, receiving inbound messages, publishing messages and invoking services and that supports microservice architectures through a network of closely collaborating personal assistants to all […]

How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (6)

Gert-Jan Paulissen 1

Last time in “How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (5)”, I told you about Git, Subversion, Maven and Flyway. In this final article, I will discuss the following tools & methods: Oracle SQL Developer, utPLSQL, SonarQube, Perl, Ant and DevOps. Oracle […]

How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (5)

Gert-Jan Paulissen

Last time in “How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (4)”, I told you about the Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler. This time I will discuss the following tools: Git, Subversion, Maven and Flyway. Flyway The first tool I would like to […]

How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (4)

Gert-Jan Paulissen

Last time in “How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (3)”, I told you about the Oracle Database and Oracle APEX. This time I will discuss Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler. Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler A book I can recommend is Oracle […]

How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (3)

Gert-Jan Paulissen

Last time in “How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (2)”, I did show you the database structure. This time I will elaborate on the base tools, the Oracle Database and Oracle APEX. Oracle Database How to use it? I can tell […]

How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (2)

Gert-Jan Paulissen

Last time in “How to build an Oracle Database application (that supports APEX, Java, React or any other front-end) (1)”, I gave you an introduction. This time I will elaborate on the database structure. Project folder layout The following top level directories may exist for every database application project: Directory Description […]