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MAF 2.1.1 : Using Local Notifications

One of the new features in version 2.1.1. of Oracle MAF are local notifications.
These notifications originate within the MAF application and are received by the same application. They are delivered to the end user through standard mechanisms supported by the mobile device platform (for example, banner, sound) and can work when the application is either in the foreground, background or not

MAF 2.1 : Mobile Front End for Live Mobile Hacking with an OFM 12c red stack - Part I

During the closing keynote at the Oracle Fusion Middleware Forum XX in Budapest my former colleague Lucas Jellema and I delivered a live development demo. It was great fun to do. During this demo I developed an Oracle MAF frontend on top of Oracle SOA Suite 12c REST-JSON services. All in all it was a good session that was exactly delivered on-time with no errors. I think the demo gods where with

Quick and dirty test for thread leakage in java

I was looking at a bit of code was leaking class loaders when deployed to tomcat - so I wanted to quick rule out that a background Thread was holding onto the loader. Pain by eye, it is quite easy with a few unix commands to process the stack trace, filter for the lines that contain the thread name, filter for just the thread names and sort:

How long did I sleep last night: using Cordova, HealthKit, and JavaScript, and a handful of Promises

Now that we can know how much activity I did yesterday, we can look at whether I am getting enough sleep.

A quick look at the Apple documentation lets us see that HKCategoryTypeIdentifierSleepAnalysis is the right measure to be using. This is a subtype of SampleType so we can use the querySampleType function.

Per client cookie handling with Jersey 1.x

A lot of REST services will use cookies as part of the authentication / authorisation scheme. This is a problem because by default the old Jersey client will use the singleton CookieHandler.getDefault which is most cases will be null and if not null will not likely work in a multithreaded server environment. (This is because in the background the default Jersey client will use URL.openConnection)

Hows many steps did I walk yesterday: using Cordova, HealthKit, and JavaScript, and a handful of Promises

As people who know me might know I have been playing around with various wearables for some years now, starting with a Nike Fuel Band, and also trying out products from Misfit and UP along the way. I have mostly just watched with interest as my exercise levels, and indeed sleep now we have a little one in the house, has gone up and down over time.

MAF 2.0 : Custom Toggle Springboard Functionality (or how I discovered AdfmfSlidingWindowUtilities)

Mobile apps usually have the possibility to toggle the springboard by using an icon that is displayed in the header of the app. The Oracle MAF reference app, Work Better, also tries to implement this behavior. The showing of the springboard works fine, however, hiding it does not really work as expected. In this post I show you how to implement a working custom toggle springboard functionality.

MAF 2.0 : Loading Images in a Background Process - Part I

Images are heavily used in Mobile apps. For instance a list that contains employees usually shows the images of these employees. This works well when you have a WIFI connection, but what if you are using slower connections ? If you look at a mobile twitter app you will see that, depending on connectivity, images are loaded instantaneously or delayed. In this post I explain how you can load the

But that's impossible, or finding out that the JIT has broken your code.

Every now and then you look at some code and think that it cannot be possibly be wrong. Once you have ruled out a simple programmer screw up / enemy action in code (Make sure you read Java Puzzlers or similar) or a concurrency issue (Read Java Concurrency or go on Dr Heniz excellent course) you should sit back and take a few days and then starting thinking about whether the JDK is indeed out to get you. I haven't seen one in the wild in my 18 odd years as a Java programmer so it kinda took me by surprise.

Missing stack traces for repeated exceptions (reminder)

A long while ago a optimisation was added to the JVM so that if the same exception is thrown again and again and again a single instance of the Exception is created without the stack trace filled in in order to increase performance. This is an excellent idea unless you are trying to diagnose a problem and you have missed the original error.

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