Master the powerful development features of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service
Develop modern mobile Enterprise applications using Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) and this authoritative Oracle Press guide. You will learn how to set up MCS Mobile Backends to create and test custom APIs with node.js. You will also learn how to develop mobile clients using native SDKs, how to use the cross-platform client solution, Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator (MAX), and how to deliver mobile-first features like push notifications, offline data sync, and mobile analytics.
Oracle Mobile Cloud Service Developer's Guide features a start-to-finish mobile-app case study that clearly illustrates cutting-edge features such as custom APIs, GPS and Beacon location services, and social network integration. The book is filled with backend and client-side development techniques that target iOS, Android, and Windows devices. Security and user management, mobile analytics, and Enterprise integration are also covered in full detail.
* Features real-world examples and downloadable code samples
* Written by a software development and management expert
John Thomas is director of cloud products at Oracle Corporation. He has more than 20 years of product management and product development experience, and worked on early versions of Delphi, C++Builder, and JBuilder at Borland Software. John previously held product management positions at MontaVista Software and Research in Motion.
Part 1:Introduction and Backend Service Development Chapter 1: Welcome to the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service Developers Guide Chapter 2: An Oracle MCS Feature Overview Chapter 3: Introducing the Example App: Sweet Suites Launches the Surf Shack Project Chapter 4: Creating and Testing Custom APIs Chapter 5: Working with Mobile Backends Chapter 6: Using the Express API Editor Chapter 7: Implementing CRUD in a Mobile Backend Part 2: Mobile Client App Development Chapter 8: Developing Mobile Apps Chapter 9: Creating a MAX Application Chapter 10: Creating an Android Application Chapter 11: Creating an iOS Application Part 3: Enterprise Requirements and Administration Chapter 12: Enterprise Access and Administration