Test Automation and CI using Serenity BDD & Jenkins for an Oracle ADF Application: Part 4 of 5

Serenity BDD: What is it? Where is it used? Serenity BDD is an open source library that helps developers and testers write maintainable automated acceptance and regression tests faster. It also uses the test results to produce illustrated, narrative reports that document and describe what your application does and how it works. A developer can Read more about Test Automation and CI using Serenity BDD & Jenkins for an Oracle ADF Application: Part 4 of 5[…]

Test Automation and CI using Serenity BDD & Jenkins for an Oracle ADF Application: Part 3 of 5

Serenity BDD: What is it? Where is it used? Serenity BDD is an open source library that helps developers and testers write maintainable automated acceptance and regression tests faster. It also uses the test results to produce illustrated, narrative reports that document and describe what your application does and how it works. A developer can Read more about Test Automation and CI using Serenity BDD & Jenkins for an Oracle ADF Application: Part 3 of 5[…]

Test Automation and CI using Serenity BDD & Jenkins for an Oracle ADF Application: Part 2 of 5

Serenity BDD: What is it? Where is it used? Serenity BDD is an open source library that helps developers and testers write maintainable automated acceptance and regression tests faster. It also uses the test results to produce illustrated, narrative reports that document and describe what your application does and how it works. A developer can Read more about Test Automation and CI using Serenity BDD & Jenkins for an Oracle ADF Application: Part 2 of 5[…]

Test Automation and CI using Serenity BDD & Jenkins for an Oracle ADF Application: Part 1 of 5

Serenity BDD: What is it? Where is it used? Serenity BDD is an open source library that helps developers and testers write maintainable automated acceptance and regression tests faster. It also uses the test results to produce illustrated, narrative reports that document and describe what your application does and how it works. A developer can Read more about Test Automation and CI using Serenity BDD & Jenkins for an Oracle ADF Application: Part 1 of 5[…]

Consume a REST Service in Oracle MAF

INTRODUCTION REST-JSON is the recommended technology of choice for consuming web services in Oracle MAF. In this blog, we will build a MAF application that displays weather forecast for a chosen city. I am using the excellent OpenWeatherMap api to demonstrate consuming a rest service in a MAF mobile application. The application will allow you Read more about Consume a REST Service in Oracle MAF[…]

Fusion Applied releases the Official Mobile apps for CYCC 2017

Fusion Applied was proud to be one of the sponsors of the Capital Youth Cricket Tournament 2017 this month. Teams from across the United states participated in the tournament held in Laurel, Maryland to contest the top honors in the Under 13 and Under 15 category. Over 500 kids from 14 teams and six states Read more about Fusion Applied releases the Official Mobile apps for CYCC 2017[…]

Oracle SQL Tip: Using dbms_debug_vc2coll and sys.ODCIVarchar2List

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Simply put, Oracle has pre-defined types that allow you to dynamically convert a comma-separated list of values into rows. Now you can join with another table or tables in a sql query. We had a programming task where a list Read more about Oracle SQL Tip: Using dbms_debug_vc2coll and sys.ODCIVarchar2List[…]

How to access device camera and save a photo in MAF -Part 2

INTRODUCTION In part 1 of this blog, we learnt how to create a simple Oracle MAF application to access device features. We learnt how to access the device camera and capture a photo. We also learnt how to access a pre-existing photo from the device photo gallery to display on a MAF page. We will Read more about How to access device camera and save a photo in MAF -Part 2[…]

How to access device camera and save a photo in Oracle MAF

INTRODUCTION Oracle MAF provides a very convenient way to access device features for your android/ios/windows device. You enable device feature access by enabling the correct plugin in the applications maf-application.xml     Once the core plugin is enabled, all you have to do is use the MAF api to access device related features. You can Read more about How to access device camera and save a photo in Oracle MAF[…]

How to display video in Oracle MAF

INTRODUCTION We host a lot of video content on Wistia that is used on our blogs and in the training courses we provide at https://training.fusionapplied.com. Sometime back, we decided to create a simple mobile application to supplement our training site that allows our users to access their courses on the go. The main feature of Read more about How to display video in Oracle MAF[…]