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· Tracking JUnit Test Results in Developer Cloud Service Based
on a a simple JPA based project which uses an in-memory Derby database
to execute JUnit tests, Abhishek Gupta shows you how to set up the
source code in your Developer Cloud service instance Git repository,
configure the build process along with the JUnit test related actions,
and execute the build and track the test results. Read the article

· Creating an Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service App Based on Oracle ADF Business Components This
blog post and video demo from product manager Shay Shmeltzer shows you
how you can reuse the logic in Oracle ADF Business Component to build a
JET based UI on top of them in a declarative way with Oracle Application
Builder Cloud Service. Read the article.

· Video: RESTful APIs and Oracle MAX: Enabling Codeless Mobile Development Want
to learn how to create a RESTful API in Oracle Mobile Cloud Service
using the new Express API feature? This demo by Geoffrey Poremba, senior
principal product manager for the Oracle Mobile Platform, was
originally presented as part of a DZone webcast. Watch the video.

· Oracle Application Framework 12.2.4 Update 13 Now Available The
latest in a series of Oracle Application Framework updates since the
release of Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 in 2013 fixes performance,
security, and stability issues. Learn more.

· COLLABORATE 17 Learn from Oracle ACEs and industry leaders in a vast selection of sessions covering key topics and technologies. April 2-6, 2017, Las Vegas, NV Click here for more information.

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