Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Developing against Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) with Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) and the Mobile Application Framework (MAF)

If you want to get started developing against the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) using the Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) and the Mobile Application Framework (MAF) here is a quick demonstration for you to get a feel and see how quick you can get things done.

In the following 5 min. demonstration you'll see how to setup a new MAF application, connect to the Oracle Cloud from Eclipse, search for the mobile backend you're interested on, import the API definition to your app, generate the required data controls, populate a new page with data and deploy to the Android emulator.

Have fun!

Monday, October 12, 2015

Getting Started with Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse and Mobile Cloud Service APIs

There is a recent uploaded Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) tutorial that walks you through the process of connecting Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) to the MCS APIs.

There are 6 steps involved on this tutorial and you will:
  • Start Eclipse and configure it to work with Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF)
  • Create a new mobile application, a new feature and a page to hold data
  • Connect the MAF-based application to an MCS instance
  • Generate the Java classes to support the exposed MCS REST API
  • Develop a new page by adding data and security settings
  • Package, deploy and test the application


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