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Welcome to the Oracle blogging community!

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    As part of our communities we do offer free PaaS accounts (only for partners in Europe, Middle East and Africa. In case you are not part of EMEA please contact your local partner manager):

    ·Integration Cloud Service & Process Cloud Service & SOA Cloud & IoT & PaaS for SaaS Service PaaS Demo Accounts  (Community membership required)

    ·Java Cloud Service & Application Cloud Container Service & Mobile Cloud Service PaaS Demo Accounts(Community membership required)

    Watch the GSE Overview Video! Get an overview of what GSE is and how you can use GSE to help you sell. You can also get long running dedicated PaaS instances, therefore please send us details about your use cases. For instant access please request a sandbox demo

    SOA & BPM Partner Community

    For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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    Want to increase the PaaS & Middleware Oracle business? Create new service offerings and solutions for the Cloud?

    FY17 Oracle Cloud Platform (PaaS and IaaS) & Middleware sales plays bring new opportunities to you as a partner:

    »System Integrators: generate consulting revenue with hybrid PaaS, IaaS& Middleware

    »Outsourcing companies: offer private and hybrid cloud solutions

    »Independent Software Vendors: build solutions based on PaaS, IaaS & middleware

    »SaaS partners: Extend, integrate and secure SaaS solutions with PaaS

    »Hardware partners: Combine hardware with PaaS and IaaS to increase margins

    Attend our webcast on June 9th 2016 and get all the details about FY17 Oracle Cloud Platform & Middleware Sales Plays.


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    PaaS & Fusion Middleware Summer Camps VI only for Oracle OPN Partners – August 29th – September 2nd 2016 Lisbon Portugal

    You are working on large Fusion Middleware & PaaS opportunities & projects? Oracle is pleased to invite you to the PaaS & Fusion Middleware Summer Camps VI by the SOA & BPM and the WebLogic & Developer Partner Communities. Goal of the trainings is to support you to deliver a successful project. Most of the trainers are a member of the Oracle product management team.

    Come to Lisbon to get a 5 days hands-on training in one of the following topics:

    • PaaS & IaaS
    • Enterprise Connectivity (SOA)
    • Mobile and Mobile Cloud Service
    • Java Cloud Services & WebLogic 12.2.1
    • Internet of Things (IoT)

    For details please visit our registration page here


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    The overwhelming growth of big data for enterprises today means that not only must you be able to analyze the rest of the information that truly counts, but that involves sophisticated search and machine learning algorithms over large data sets to find the important details that matter. Enter stream processing, which can be a game changer in a big data world.

    This technical article describes stream processing using the DAX APIs in detail:  Introduction to Stream Processing Using the DAX APIs


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    Written by Veronik Beyst, Oracle University Senior Marketing Manager

    CIO’s list of the 10 hottest skills for 2016 shows that demand for Big Data skills has moved up from number 10 in 2015 to number 4 this year.

    Over 36% of companies say they will look for candidates with Big Data training and skills during the next 12 months.

    What makes Big Data such a specialty?

    It’s a question of vision.

    A Gartner researcher points out that Big Data is about looking ahead, beyond what everybody else sees.

    “You need to understand how to deal with hybrid data, meaning the combination of structured and unstructured data, and how you shine a light on ‘dark data.’ Dark data is the data being collected, but going unused despite its value. Leading organizations of the future will be distinguished by the quality of their predictive algorithms. This is the CIO challenge, and opportunity.”

    No doubt about it: the importance of Big Data is increasing year over year, and that trend translates into job growth as well.

    Companies face the challenge of not having enough people who are trained and ready to work in Big Data.

    IT departments will need to figure out how to attract the right talent and develop their employees in this area. The future depends on it.

    While Big Data experts are hard to find, you can help your current employees become proficient enough to handle those needs through Oracle University's Big Data training.


      Using training to close the skills gap makes the difference in the skills empowers your employees.

      According to a recent Computerworld article, it’s well worth the effort to help your employees grow into Big Data specializations.

      Instead of hiring data scientists, you can identify members of your existing staff with data warehouse and IT experience who are willing to learn, and then train them.

      Oracle University can help your employees become Big Data specialists.

      Enrolling in our complete Big Data and business analytics training helps your staff develop the skills to deliver revolutionary insights to your business.

      • Choose from a wide variety of Big Data or Business Analytics courses that match your job role.

      • Learn from expert Oracle University instructors who will help you gain specialized expertise.

      • Take Big Data and Business Analytic courses to solidify your skills through hands-on labs and demonstrations. 

      Simplify your journey with our newest Oracle Big Data Learning Subscription. Start today!


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      Oracle is pleased to announce an update to Berkeley DB (BDB), version 6.1.29.  We want to make sure that some important features that are in our latest release (6.2.23) are available to those of you who continue to use the 6.1 release. The highlights include: A new utility db_convert which will... [Read More]

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    • 05/31/16--10:18: From Big Data to Insights
    • By Editor in Chief Andrew Binstock

      Welcome to the May/June issue of Java Magazine in which we look at how big data is done today. An unusual aspect of the platforms that handle big data is that they almost all run on Java — a testimony to its suitability for enterprise-scale needs.

      However, today many of the primary tools don't require enterprise size to be useful. Apache Spark, for example, can work effectively on small, human-size databases. We show how this is done with one developer's project of querying a database of first names to find one for his unborn child. But even if you run Spark in enterprise apps, you'll find that it is much easier to use than earlier tools that required extensive setup and fiddling with systems. Our lead article on Apache 101 shows just how simple it can be to work with big data and produce useful results.

      We also look at handling large datasets the traditional ways in two articles: with high-volume JDBC and through enormous in-memory data structures. The latter article shows a clever way of storing tens of gigabytes in memory but off the heap.

      For those readers who do unit testing on their code (almost everyone, I trust), we preview the new features coming up in JUnit 5.

      The rest of the issue shows off Ceylon, a recently released JVM language from Red Hat; how to set up Java cloud apps; and, for beginners, how generics work in Java — all topped off by our famous language quiz, our no-holds-barred book review, and my editorial. Enjoy!

      Note: In our quest to support more devices, we have moved away from the former Java Magazine app. Currently, the magazine is available on the web and in PDF. To get the PDF, access the web page from a laptop or desktop and use the download icon on the right side of the page.

      We will shortly complete migration of our back issues. Thank you for your patience while this process completes. If you're desperate for a specific back issue, drop me a note. We'll find a way to get it to you.

      Like what you see? Wish we'd cover something else? Please send along your feedback, which I read attentively. You can always reach me at javamag_us@oracle.com.


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    • 05/31/16--11:44: Oracle SQLcl, Why?
    • Oracle SQL*Plus has been around since 1985. It does what it does, and it does it well. The top new TV show was MacGyver – STILL LOVE THAT SHOW. SQL Developer has been around since 2006. It’s become the de facto IDE and GUI for the Database. There was an opportunity to build something new that could take the... [Read More]

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      Do you know which exam you should take now that we just released the new Oracle Database 12c SQL Certified Associate exam?

      If not, use this as a guide:

      1. This new exam 1Z0-071 is a midpoint knowledge exam. It’s proctored, so its cost is the same as our other proctored exams.Pass this exam and get an Oracle Certified Associate badge.
      2. If you are already an Oracle Certified Expert having passed the 1Z0-047 exam, there is no need to take 1Z0-071 too.The Oracle Certified Expert exam is harder and it covers a lot, so deep subject knowledge is needed to pass.
      3. If you're not ready to attempt full certification, we have two SQL Fundamental exams; 1Z0-051 for 11g and 1Z0-061 for 12c.They are not proctored so you don’t become Oracle certified after passing.They have a lower cost and are not as difficult.

      Are you ready to become an Oracle Database 12c SQL Certified Associate?

      Test Your Oracle Database 12c SQL skills with three practice exam questions In Oracle Magazine May-June 2016 issue.  See Inside OCP, to test your depth of knowledge of SQL and how to use it with Oracle Database 12c

      Ready to test?  Schedule your exam at http://www.pearsonvue.com/oracle/ and join the close to 2 million others who’ve become Oracle certified!


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      Don’t Miss the Launch! Announcing Oracle Cloud Platform Ready

      Save the Date – June 14th


      Good news! Your shift to the cloud just got a whole lot easier.

      Watch on June 14th as Dan Miller, SVP of ISV, OEM and Java Sales, Oracle announces new offerings designed to enable ISVs and other OPN members with easy access to Oracle Cloud development and test environments, technical resources, and fast start go-to-market opportunities.

      Mark your calendar and watch on oracle.com/partners for this exciting announcement!

      Date and Times

      •    Tuesday, June 14, 2016

      02:00 – 2:30 PM GMT / 04:00 – 04:30 PM Paris

      •    Tuesday, June 14, 2016

      05:00 – 5:30 PM GMT / 10:00 – 10:30 AM San Francisco

      •    Wednesday, June 15, 2016

      06:00 – 6:30 AM GMT / 2:00 – 02:30 PM Singapore


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      August 29th– September 2nd 2016 Lisbon Portugal

      Please visit our registration page here www.tinyurl.com/ofmSummerCamps2016

      Trainer: Niall Commiskey & Chris Peytier


      Questions

      Please post them in the discussion forum here! All details are posted at our registration page here.


      Agenda Highlights:

      • ICS & PCS integration and other goodies (1.5 days to 2 days)
      • IaaS & JCS (1.5 days to 2 days)
      • Developer Cloud Service & Application Container Cloud Service (1day)

      Skill Requirements:
      Attendees must have the following skills to make sure they get the most out of the training:

      Technical Requirements:
      Every participant works on his/her own laptop. The minimal hardware requirements are:

      • Laptop 12 GB RAM better 16 GB RAM
      • Pentium 4 with dual-core CPU
      • Minimum 60 GB free disk space
      • Please install the most recent Oracle Virtual box
      • Make sure you have administrator rights on your machine (including bios)

      Cloud Requirements:

      Niall Commiskey

      clip_image002Is a member of the worldwide Oracle PTS team. PTS focuses on partner technical enablement - this runs the gamut from technical evangelisation to project support. Niall’s areas of expertise include SOA, BPM, ICS, PCS, IaaS, JCS. He is also the author of the iconoclastic fictional trilogy – The Hare of the Dog Volumes I to III, available on Amazon.

      Chris Peytier

      clip_image004BPM Specialist - EMEA Technology Specialist Group.
      Providing help and support to the BPM presales team accross EMEA
      Topics include
      - How PCS is altering the BPM selection procedures with our customers
      - Going through some of the use cases that we see now with PCS
      PaaS4SaaS integration: How PCS can be an instrument to extend functionalities of Oracle applications.

      For details please visit our registration page here www.tinyurl.com/ofmSummerCamps2016

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

      For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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      Technorati Tags: OFM Summer Camps,Training,enablement,Summer Camps,PaaS,Cloud,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,OPN,Jürgen Kress


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      Excitement is building for Oracle OpenWorld 2016, taking place September 18-22 in downtown San Francisco. We are betting this is the best event yet and have some important reasons for you to attend:

      More Learning: We all want to know what other companies are doing with the same tools. Oracle OpenWorld provides an unparalleled opportunity to learn from the best customer success stories in the business. While we are refining the sessions and speakers for 2016, you can look through the session catalog and programs from 2015 to get a sense of the wide variety of topics, trends, and speakers. The 2015 speaker roster included household names such as LinkedIn, General Electric, Macy's, AIG, General Motors, Clorox, Unilever, American Express, and many, many more. We're excited to bring you even more stories from some of the most innovative companies in the world in 2016. 

      More Networking: The more people you have to bounce ideas off of, the more creative you can become. At Oracle OpenWorld, there are endless opportunities to meet those with similar job roles, but also those with different perspectives. You'll also have the chance to meet with the Oracle OpenWorld sponsors and talk with some of the most innovative technology providers in the globe. Best of all, Oracle OpenWorld facilitates these connections in beautiful San Francisco in some of the most lively and thought-provoking settings.

      More Fun:  After a full day of sessions, you deserve to unwind. Lucky for you, we've built some incredible evening events into the Oracle OpenWorld agenda. From food, drinks and socializing under the stars, to games and cool technical experiences on the exhibition floor, we've got you covered. And let's not forget about the legendary Oracle Appreciation event, featuring world-class entertainment. 

      99.5% of past Oracle OpenWorld attendees agree that the event delivers on their objectives and then some. But if your manager needs more convincing on why to send you to #oow16, download and customize our Justification Letter.

      Early Bird registration for Oracle OpenWorld lasts until July 17. Don't miss out on these incredible savings. And if you plan to attend the event with colleagues, be sure to see if you're eligible for our Group Pass.

      See you in San Francisco!

      Oracle OpenWorld Events Team 


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      Are you using one of the application development or deployment cloud services such as the Java Cloud service? Your application is in production or active development to improve processes, ROI or other business benefits? Submit a nomination for Oracle Excellence Award by June 20th, 2016. This is your chance to win a trip to Oracle OpenWorld.    

      Your innovative solution must use at least one component or product from the category or categories below: 
      • Application Development & Deployment which includes 
      • Java Cloud Service
      • Developer Cloud Service
      • Application Container Cloud Service
      • Builder Cloud Service
      • Cloud Machine
      • Exalogic
      • WebLogic/Coherence
      Other cloud categories are: 
      • Integration
      • Mobile
      • Content and Process
      • Security
      • Business Analytics
      • Data Integration and Governance
      Nomination Criteria: 
      Solution shows innovative and/or visionary use of these products.
      There is a measurable level of impact such as ROI or other business benefit.
      Solution should be in production or active development.
      The nominated company is aware of and agrees to this nomination.

      Learn more about the award nomination and how to submit



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      Our team has just launched a new blog that will cover all aspects of running E-Business Suite on Oracle Cloud, including what you can do right now, and what you can plan for as our offerings evolve:

      Cliff Godwin pictureThis new blog starts with an article from Cliff Godwin, Senior Vice President, Oracle E-Business Suite Development, that describes how this new blog will help E-Business Suite customers find a practical path to the cloud.

      This new blog provides an excellent way of sharing your requirements and feedback with our teams focusing on this rapidly-evolving area.  I encourage everyone to monitor this blog for the latest updates on running E-Business Suite on the Oracle Cloud.  You can subscribe by email, too!


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      Oracle Java Certification is kicking off June with two NEW offers. 

      Save 35% on Your Java Upgrade and Get Your #javashirtNow!


      How to Get Your #javatshirt

      If you are brand new to Oracle Certification this is a good time to get Java certified! Experience the benefits of Java Certification and take your skills to the next level. Certification is a measurable credential for knowledge and proven skills. Pass any Java exam that results in your becoming an Oracle Certified Associate, Oracle Certified Professional, Oracle Certified Expert or Oracle Certified Master and request your free #javatshirt.  We want to help you show off your skills!

      How to Get Your 35% Savings

      If you have certified on an outdated version of Java or are looking to take your certification to the next level you could save 35% off the standard exam purchase price! Certification makes you a strong candidate, who interviews well and knows their capabilities. You stand out from the rest and prove you're committed in your field.

      ClickSave 35% on Your Java Upgrade or Get Your #javashirtNow for more details!


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      It's not a secret that lately IT people are talking a lot about NoSQL. Some even use it. NoSQL databases could have some advantages over RDBMS (like scalability), but many of NoSQL databases don't have many features that are quite common for RDBMS (like transaction support, maturity for backup and recovery tools).... [Read More]

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      The June edition of the PaaS & Middleware Partner Update contains three key topics:

      • Fusion Middleware & PaaS Summer Camps
      • Oracle Innovation Awards
      • SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcasts June 9th and June 28th 2016

      For regular updates please subscribe to our YouTube channel here. For the latest WebLogic & Developer Partner Community information please visit our Community update wiki here (Community membership required)

      SOA & BPM Partner Community

      For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

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      Oracle Linux brings you the latest Linux innovations, delivering extreme performance, advanced scalability, and reliability for enterprise applications and systems. Implementing Ksplice provides you zero down time kernel updates.

      To learn more, take Oracle's system administration training.

      For Oracle Linux 7, take the Oracle Linux 7: System Administration course in the following formats:

      • Training-on-Demand: Start training within 24 hours of registration, following lecture material at your own pace and booking time to get hands-on activities when suits your schedule.
      • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. Choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different time-zones including 6 and 19 June, 10, 11 and 18 July, and 4, 12, and 25 September 2016.
      • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take this training. In-class events on the schedule include:

      Location
      Date
      Delivery Language
      Melbourne, Australia
      26 September 2016 English
      Sydney, Australia
      20 June 2016 English
      Vienna, Austria
      27 June 2016 German
      Brasilia, Brazil
      24 October 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
      Sao Paulo, Brazil
      18 July 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
      London, English
      7 November 2016 English
      Reading, England
      5 September 2016 English
      Paris, France
      6 June 2016 French
      Berlin, Germany
      14 November 2016 German
      Dortmund, Germany  25 July 2016 German
      Hamburg, Germany
      27 June 2016 German
      Munich, Germany
      22 August 2016 German
      Milan, Italy
      19 September 2016 Italian
      Jakarta, Indonesia
      10 October 2016 English
      Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
      11 July 2016 English
      Mexico City, Mexico
      19 September 2016 Spanish
      Utrecht, Netherlands
      1 August 2016 English
      Makati City, Philippines
      30 May 2016 English
      Warsaw, Poland
      14 November 2016 Polish
      Capetown, South Africa
      1 August 2016 English
      Johannesburg, South Africa
      1 August 2016 English
      Pretoria, South Africa
      11 July 2016 English
      Bangkok, Thailand  11 July 2016 English
      Istanbul, Turkey
      18 July 2016 Turkish
      Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
      10 July 2016 English
      Belmont, CA, United States
      25 July 2016 English
      Albuquerque, NM, United States 29 August 2016 English
      Reston, VA, United States 26 September 2016 English
      Miama, FL, United States 17 October 2016 English
      Chicago, IL, United States 28 November 2016 English
      Dallas, TX, United States 28 November 2016 English

        For Oracle Linux 5 & 6, take the Oracle Linux 5 & 6 System Administration course in the following formats:

        • Training-on-Demand
        • Live-Virtual Event: Events on the schedule to suit different time-zones include 13 and 27 June, 24 and 25 July, 22 August, and 4 and 12 September 2016.
        • In-Class Event: In-class events on the schedule include: 

        Location
        Date
        Delivery Language
        Sao Paulo, Brazil
        27 June 2016 Brazilian Portuguese
        Bogoto, Colombia
        20 June 2016 Spanish
        Reading, England
        12 September 2016 English
        Milan, Italy
        12 December 2016 Italian
        Rome, Italy
        26 September 2016 Italian
        Turin, Italy
        27 June 2016 Italian
        Tokyo, Japan
        12 September 2016 Japanese
        Seoul, Korea
        19 September 2016 Korean
        Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
        25 July 2016 English
        Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
        22 August 2016 English
        Mexico City, Mexico
        25 July 2016 Spanish
        Casablanca, Morocco
        18 July 2016 French
        Utrecht, Netherlands
        3 October 2016 English
        Auckland, New Zealand
        4 July 2016 English
        Johannesburg, South Africa
        22 August 2016 English
        Pretoria, South Africa
        5 December 2016 English
        Ankara, Turkey
        10 October 2016 Turkish
        Chicago, IL, United States
        11 July 2016 English
        Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States 25 July 2016 English
        Belmont, CA, United States 8 August 2016 English
        Reston, VA, United States 31 October 2016 English

          To register for an event or to learn more about the Oracle Linux curriculum go to http://oracle.com/education/linux.


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          At the AMIS Conference in Katwijk, the Netherlands, I attended a hackathon yesterday and learned a lot from my colleague Shaun Smith, who is the Oracle product manager working on Application Container Cloud Service (ACCS). 

          What I wanted to achieve was this—create an Oracle JET application that renders data made available by an application running on ACCS. Here's Shaun and I setting up my environment and deploying an application to it:

          In the end, we got everything working:

          • We have a Node.js application running on my instance of ACCS.
          • Using REST, it exposes underlying data.
          • The data is consumed in an Oracle JET application.

          Here's the simple UI of the Oracle JET application. What's nice about it is that it consists of three different modules and that the table is defined by the Oracle JET "ojTable" component.

          Here's the definition of the HTML view of the JET module that provides the ojTable:

          <table id="table"
                 data-bind="ojComponent: {
             component: 'ojTable',
                data: datasource,
                columns: [
                      {headerText: 'Problem',  field: 'problem'},
                      {headerText: 'Description',  field: 'description'},
                      {headerText: 'Status',  field: 'status'},
                      {headerText: 'Address',  field: 'formattedAddress'}
          ]}">
          </table>

          ...and here's the JavaScript side providing the business logic of the HTML view shown above:

          define(['ojs/ojcore', 'knockout', 'ojs/ojtable', 'ojs/ojdatacollection-common'
          ], function (oj, ko) {
              function GeneratedContentViewModel() {
                  var self = this;
                  self.data = ko.observableArray();
                  $.getJSON("/incidents?technician=charlie").
                          then(function (json) {
                              var metrics = json.result;
                              var location = json.result.location;
                              $.each(metrics, function () {
                                  self.data.push({
                                      problem: this.problem,
                                      description: this.description,
                                      status: this.status,
                                      formattedAddress: this.location.formattedAddress
                                  });
                              });
                          });
                  self.datasource = new oj.ArrayTableDataSource(
                          self.data,
                          {idAttribute: 'problem'}
                  );
          
              }
              return GeneratedContentViewModel;
          });

          A special aspect of the solution is that the Oracle JET application is bundled as static resources within the Node.js application. We did this to overcome CORS problems we were struggling with. Below, the "client" folder, within my Node.js application, which is named "ifixitfast", contains my complete Oracle JET application:

          The "client" folder is a static folder within my Node.js application thanks to this bit related to the Express framework on top of Node.js:

          var express = require("express");
          var app = express();
          app.use(express.static('client'));

          That line in bold is all that is needed, in this case in a file named "web.js".

          What is also a useful piece of knowledge is how the ZIP file is created, which is uploaded via the UI on ACCS into my ACCS instance:

          {
            "name": "ifixitfast",
            "version": "1.0.0",
            "description": "ifixitfast REST Service",
            "main": "web.js",
            "dependencies": {
              "debug": "^2.2.0",
              "express": "^4.13.4"
            },
            "scripts": {
              "start": "node web.js",
              "prepublish": "zip -r ifixitfast-dist.zip app client node_modules manifest.json package.json *.js"
            }
          }
          

          Notice the "prepublish" line at the end, where the name of the ZIP file is defined, which will be created, containing all the folders and files listed there, when "npm install" is run (which can be done from within NetBeans IDE).

          Finally, the ZIP file is uploaded to ACCS, where magically everything is unpacked and set up such that when I go to the "index.html" of the URL, I automatically am served up the application from ACCS:

          Alternatively, instead of running a Node.js application on ACCS, you can run Java SE applications, too, which could serve up JSON or XML in a similar way to how the Node.js application is doing in the example outlined above.


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          Alexander Kouznetsov and José Pereda describe how to transition a desktop OpenJFX application into a cross-platform application using Gluon in a new article. Although OpenJFX is not ready to run on mobile devices--and it does not provide tools for configuring, debugging, and deploying apps--Gluon provides frameworks and tools that enable you to use OpenJFX for mobile development.

          In Part 1 of the article, the authors address how to create a Gluon application project in NetBeans and then run your application on Android, iOS, and desktop devices. Part 2 covers how to adjust the application for use on mobile devices by dealing with issues such as screen size, multiple windows, touch input versus mouse input, application lifecycle, and saving application state. Part 3 describes options for using Glisten, a Gluon subcomponent, to make the application look and feel modern.  

          Throughout the article, Kouznetsov and Pereda provide example code, caveats, and tips. To learn more, read the article.

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