Thursday, June 25, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 25-JUN-2015



Ops Center

From the Ops Center blog: Ops Center 12.3 is Released


Building Simple Java EE REST Service Using Oracle JDeveloper 12c, from Oracle Partner Hub: ISV Migration Center Team.

Asynchronous Processing, from The Java Source.

JDeveloper and ADF

The 10 Most Recently Created Notes for JDeveloper/ADF as of 22 June 2015, from Proactive Support - Java Development using Oracle Tools.

, from WebLogic Partner Community EMEA.

And from the same source:



Web Computing

HTTP/2 and Server Push, from The Aquarium.



From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

…And Finally

I’m (finally!) back on iPhone after an unpleasant jaunt into Android telephony and found a weather app I love. It makes use of the built in barometer on iPhone combined with user reporting, radar, etc. to give really accurate predictions on precipitation. I tested it the other day with an approaching thunderstorm and it was accurate on the arrival and intensity of the rain to within a few minutes: Dark Sky update looks to 'revolutionize weather forecasting’ by tapping iPhone sensors, from The Verge.

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