Come join me and Ted Zwieg at Collaborate14 on our presentation Taking UX and development to the next level.
Fri, Apr 11, 2014 (09:45 AM – 10:45 AM) : Level 3, San Polo 3501A.
Here is our session overview -
Taking the WebCenter Portal User Experience to the Next Level!
|Learn techniques to create unique, award winning portals that not only supports todays need for Mobile responsive and adaptive content but take the next steps towards innovative design – enhancing both the user journey and experience for creating todays modern portal and the way in which developers can expand the reach and potential of the portal with these new modern techniques.
Attendees will not only learn about new approaches but will be shown live portals using these techniques today to create a modern experience.
|Learn how to develop your portal for future and enable marketing/design teams to react and generate interactive content fast with no ADF knowledge.
Designed for users wanting to learn the art of the possible and discover what is achievable with WebCenter Portal and ADF – creating compelling user experiences and keeping up to date with modern techniques and design approaches that can be combined to create a faster more interactive ways of navigating through portlets and the Portal.
This session will demonstrate a couple award winnings examples of live clients who have taken their ADF WebCenter Portal environment to the next level – showing how by combining HTML5 techniques, third party libraries and responsive/adaptive design with ADF; when used in the correct way can not only improve the performance but the way in which users and developers can interact with portal using modern web design techniques.
Learner will be able to:
- Identify art of the possible with ADF. (everything is achievable…)
- Discuss achievable concepts and methods to enhancing the ways in which users can interact with Portal.
- Improved understanding of Responsive and Adaptive techniques – not only targeted for Mobile devices
- Understand how to structure the portal for faster response times with new frontend techniques
- Integrate with Non ADF third party components for a more dynamic experience
- Developers will learn new methods to manage and maintain key core components
One of the challenges I’ve noticed when developing with Cordova hybrid apps is the lack of support for the HTML5 APIs that work on desktop devices but not the default Android browser (Ice cream sandwich, Jelly bean) like webSockets and WebRTC.
Now, Google Glass currently runs on Android 4.0.3 Ice cream sandwich and from the rumours circulating around the next update fingers crossed will put us onto 4.4 KitKat. (Can’t Wait!!)
The problem with Android 4.0.3 is that its running an old edition of WebKit customised to support Google Glass and added gesture support. Unfortunately if you’re developing rich internet applications with Cordova and want to use the latest support HTML5 techniques supported by desktop browser today – you just can’t as Cordova uses the default browser that is part of android..
Read on to find out how to get HTML5 APIs working with Cordova.
I managed to get my hands on a Google Glass Explorer kit R2 last week!
Last week in the post – all the way from Minneapolis Fishbowl HQ arrived my Google Glass Kit. I’ve been fortunate and had the opportunity to play around and try these out thanks to the Oracle AppsLab Team sporting theirs at many of the Oracle events; but never the opportunity to write an app.
So as you can imagine ideas began forming – what could I develop with these?
Read on to find out some of my first experiences developing for Google Glass using Cordova.
Title: #996 – A Successful Oracle WebCenter Upgrade: What You Need to Know
Date: Monday, April 7th
Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Location: Level 3, San Polo 3405
Upgrading to the next major release of software can sometimes be a complex and arduous task for organizations. In determining the how and when to perform the upgrade, organizations typically go through an evaluation process that includes new feature/function analysis, new technology and architecture analysis, and the overall time they expect the upgrade to take. This is especially the case for software upgrades that add a new layer of complexity and technology architecture that organizations have to plan and adapt for. Such is the case with Oracle WebCenter, as it added WebLogic Server as the application server from 10g to 11g. This addition, although beneficial in many areas, came with a set of new technologies and complexities that organizations with little to no exposure to had to first understand, perhaps get trained on, procure the necessary hardware to run, and in many cases deploy a separate team to manage. In considering all of these steps to perform the upgrade, organizations have undoubtedly gone through the process of “trade-off” analysis, where they weigh the pros and cons of performing the upgrade immediately versus putting it off until, for example, support for their current version runs out. This “trade-off” analysis describes many WebCenter customers as a great number have still not upgraded to 11g.
If this sounds like your organization, then make plans now to attend this session to receive overviews, examples, and actionable tasks that can be used when planning and performing your WebCenter upgrade.
Fishbowl Solutions is happy to be joined by WebCenter customers Ryan Companies, Cascade, Aleris International and AAM as they share their stories on upgrading to Oracle WebCenter 11g. Join us and hear directly from these customers to learn the tips, tricks and best practices for a successful WebCenter upgrade. Here is the tentative schedule for the presentation:
More information on this presentation, as well as all of Fishbowl’s activities at Collaborate, can be found here.
We hope to see you at Collaborate 14!
I recently came across this project – http://nodyn.io/ which provides the ability to run node.js on a JVM – got me thinking – “Hey wait a sec ADF-Mobile has a JVM” true not latest and greatest but I’m sure its only a matter of time before Oracle upgrade ADF-Mobiles JVM.
So your probably all reading this going.. and.. .. why would I want to write JS on the device and not through the webview whats the point??
It’s not for the novelty of writing server/device side JS (although I personally really like this idea) or even importing prebuilt node.js packages onto the device; its about allowing node.js apps to work directly with existing Java apps or even apps that may also be running on the JVM.
Now, before you all get your hopes up if you write node.js packages you need to be aware that it isn’t a direct port of node.js not everything works; but I feel it is a step forward in the right direction with the backing of Redhat.
This might be a pipe dream of mine at the moment but the hope is in the next year or so we may be able to use node.js on ADF-Mobile.. It may even be possible to run it now although doubtful with the current JVM release running on ADF-Mobile.