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Developing Applications for Oracle Cloud Using NetBeans Series

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14-JAN-2014 40 mins

(Japanese Translation) Leveraging Third-Party Libraries to Create and Deploy Applications to Oracle Cloud

This is the Japanese translation of this tutorial (in English). In this tutorial, you create and deploy an application that leverages the open source PrimeFaces JavaServer Faces (JSF) component suite library. JSF was designed to allow developers to create new components while leveraging the JSF life cycle, managed beans, and expression language. As a result, simply by adding a third-party library to your project, you can create a completely different look and feel and add functionality beyond the core JSF libraries.The NetBeans integrated development environment (IDE) supports PrimeFaces out of the box. It is easy to create, deploy, and test applications that use the component suite directly with a local Oracle WebLogic Server instance and remotely with Oracle Cloud.

14-JAN-2014 60 mins

(Japanese Translation) Configuring NetBeans for Oracle Cloud

This is the Japanese translation of this tutorial (in English). In this tutorial, you configure NetBeans with a local instance of Oracle WebLogic Server 11g (10.3.6) and with a remote instance of Oracle Cloud. Next, you deploy a simple Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application locally, and then you deploy the same application to Oracle Cloud with a simple change to the project configuration file.

14-JAN-2014 60 mins

(Japanese Translation) Creating and Deploying JSF/JPA Applications to Oracle Cloud

This is the Japanese translation of this tutorial (English version). In this tutorial, you create a JSF 2.0 / JPA 2.0 human resources (HR) application by using wizards built into the NetBeans integrated development environment (IDE). You develop, deploy, and test the application locally in a WebLogic Server 11g instance, and then deploy and test the application in Oracle Cloud.

14-MAR-2013 60 mins

Configuring NetBeans for Oracle Cloud

In this tutorial, you configure NetBeans with a local instance of Oracle WebLogic Server 11g (10.3.6) and with a remote instance of Oracle Cloud. Next, you deploy a simple Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application locally, and then you deploy the same application to Oracle Cloud with a simple change to the project configuration file.

25-SEP-2013 60 mins

Creating JAX-RS 1.1 Web Services on the Oracle Java Cloud

Deploying a JAX-RS 1.1 RESTful web service to the Oracle Java Cloud requires specific project configuration. This OBE will explain the steps required to locally develop a JAX-RS web service and then deploy it to an Oracle Java Cloud instance.

14-MAR-2013 60 mins

Creating and Deploying JSF/JPA Applications to Oracle Cloud

In this tutorial, you create a JSF 2.0 / JPA 2.0 human resources (HR) application by using wizards built into the NetBeans integrated development environment (IDE). You develop, deploy, and test the application locally in a WebLogic Server 11g instance, and then deploy and test the application in Oracle Cloud.

14-MAR-2013 30 mins

Deploying a Maven Application to Oracle Cloud

Apache Maven is an open-source project management tool. With Maven, you can build projects by using a dynamic set of resources. Maven simplifies the build process by describing how a project should be assembled based on dependencies defined in a project object model (POM) XML file. Resources required for the building of a project can be locally defined or they can exist on remote servers. In this tutorial, you deploy an Apache Maven application to Oracle Cloud by using NetBeans.

24-APR-2013 40 mins

Leveraging Third-Party Libraries to Create and Deploy Applications to Oracle Cloud

In this tutorial, you create and deploy an application that leverages the open source PrimeFaces JavaServer Faces (JSF) component suite library. JSF was designed to allow developers to create new components while leveraging the JSF life cycle, managed beans, and expression language. As a result, simply by adding a third-party library to your project, you can create a completely different look and feel and add functionality beyond the core JSF libraries.The NetBeans integrated development environment (IDE) supports PrimeFaces out of the box. It is easy to create, deploy, and test applications that use the component suite directly with a local Oracle WebLogic Server instance and remotely with Oracle Cloud.

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