So who hates their personal e-mail inbox? I do! Yahoo has just become complete spam. I have maxed out the number of filters on the paid account, tagged every possible item that even remotely looks like spam as spam and yet it keeps coming.
As we have been announcing over the past days, Bruce Daley of the Siebel Observer, Richard Napier of On Demand Education and Alexander Hansal of Siebel Essentials have joined their creative powers to change the way you can find information about Siebel CRM and related technologies on the web.
We are proud and happy to welcome you to the Siebel Hub.
As you might have noticed, the new year brings some changes with regards to the future location for Siebel Essentials content. In my previous article, Bruce Daley introduced you to the main idea behind the new Siebel Hub platform.
'tis the season again to thank You, dear readers and followers for the support and loyalty you demonstrated over the past year. 2014 will be history soon and as is the custom in this part of the world we slow down a bit, enjoy winter and relax (and finish a book).
Welcome to the second - and final - part of our introduction to the new plug-in wrapper architecture for Siebel Open UI IP 2014.
Building upon what we discussed in part 1, we will today implement a custom plug-in wrapper that allows a user to use a slider control instead of a drop down menu. Here is a video of the user experience.
One of the new members of the Siebel Open UI family that arrived with Innovation Pack 2014 are plug-in wrappers. They are part of a renewed physical renderer architecture which enables developers (at Oracle and at customer sites) to focus on the appearance and functionality of controls.