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This month: New Releases - SOA Suite, WebLogic, Mobile
Application Framework, and More
The recent 12.1.3 release of several Oracle Fusion Middleware
products triggered an astonishing flurry of community blog activity.
Members of the Oracle ACE program and others wasted no time in getting
their hands on new features in Oracle SOA Suite, BPM Suite, WebLogic
Server, Coherence, JDeveloper,and ADF, as well as new tools including
Oracle Mobile Application Framework and Oracle Managed File Transfer. So,
yeah, it's been busy!
This edition of the newsletter captures some of the activity
and content around all that product news, and includes the kind of
technical content you've come to expect. So read on!
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During the first 100 hours after the release of Oracle SOA
Suite 12c bloggers from the AMIS Technology Blog held a 50-hour
blog-a-thon, writing about new features, and tracking the community
conversation. This post by AMIS's Robert van Molken compiles highlights
from that event. Read the article.
Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) supports the
by Fusion Middleware solution architect Jeevan Joseph shows you how. Read the article.
The latest release of Oracle WebLogic includes many new
features. This white paper offers 43 pages of technical details, covering
new Java standard APIs, Apache Maven support, and much more. Read the white paper
paper by Dave Berry, Vikas Anand, and Mala Ramakrishnan discusses Oracle
Managed File transfer and best practices for sharing files within your
enterprise and externally for partners and cloud services. Read the white paper
New in this release are enhancements to the Oracle Cloud
Adapters for SaaS applications, simplified mobile integration with
support for the REST/JSON standards and easy to use transformation tools
to translate between traditional enterprise SOAP interactions and REST. Get the details.
New WebLogic features include increased support for
WebSockets, JAX-RS 2.0, JPA 2.1, and the Java API for JSON Processing.
Coherence now provides support for the recently-approved JSR-107 (JCache)
specification and Memcached clients, and now includes a JVisual VM
Plugin. But wait, there's more! Get the details.
Leveraging the experience gathered from Oracle ADF Mobile,
the new framework offers many new features including integrated
development in both Eclipse and Oracle JDeveloper 12.1.3, your choice of
a Java based framework for a declarative development experience or any
The latest releases of JDeveloper and Oracle ADF include a
long list of new features and fixes. You'll find it all on OTN, along
with information on how you can download and use these tools for free
under the OTN Developer License. Get the details.
Oracle ACE Director and
AMIS Services CTO Lucas Jellema is a solution architect with broad
expertise across the Fusion Middlware product family and beyond. A
prolific blogger, Lucas has written extensively on FMW technologies, is
also the author of several OTN technical articles,and is a frequent
speaker at community events.
this YouTube video interview
Lucas Jellema and Oracle Applications User Experience VP Jeremy Ashley
discuss the evolution of User Experience (UX).