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The biggest drawback in the I/O keynote of Google was that there was no news about the latest version of Android. But the interesting fact was that Google did make some significant changes to Android that did leave developers and fans happy. If you are enrolled in Android classes, you will know that there are different ways of updating an OS without overhauling the entire system. That is exactly what Google managed to do in its I/O keynote. Although we can speculate a number of reasons for this move by Google, all we can say at this point of time is that Google is a lot of new developments secret form the public. Host of New APIs The problem with new services and APIs was that they needed the latest version of Android to run. But the new services and APIs are aimed at making the existing devices also compatible with the new services. Although most devices need to be running on the 4.0 or higher versions of Android, it is somewhat acceptable, rather than expecting all devices to be running Android 4.2, to use the new services. You can learn in your Android courses about how these APIs are likely to change the user experience on Android devices. Latest Services … [Read More...]
Latest Fires Being Lit
The Google I/O keynote was one of the most anticipated events of May, 2013, and we got an insight into the slew of developments that Google is planning to make to its offerings. The event, which was held on the 15th of May, 2013, showed that Google is focusing more on improving the quality and [...]
Oracle ADF Faces provides a wonderful tree component that allows you to view parent/child data. For example, suppose you have the following tables: REGIONS, COUNTRIES, LOCATIONS, DEPARTMENTS, and EMPLOYEES. There are foreign key relationships between the tables, so if you create ADF view objects, you’ll also have view links created that represent those relationships. To [...]
New XML Editor By MOSO For XML editors who are running on the Mac OS X, here is some good news. MOSO, an Australian based company, has announced the launch of a new version of the XML editor, the Xmplify 1.3. According to the statement that accompanied the news release, this version of the XML [...]
MS Office Updates in Oracle Business Intelligence Suite 11g Oracle and Microsoft have not locked horns in the IT market for a while now, especially considering the diverse paths they have taken in recent times. However, what was surprising was the fact that Oracle has added integration to Microsoft Office tools in their latest version [...]
On-Premise Hardware Here to Stay – Catz Oracle has been facing a lot of criticism lately because of its decision to stick with its hardware business, when the company itself is promoting the usage of cloud as opposed to hardware. When the sales and revenue figures of the third quarter came out, the numbers clearly [...]
Firebox in the News
Firebox Previews OBIEE Training Courses at Collaborate, the annual convention for the Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG) and Oracle Application User Group (OAUG)
Firebox Continues to Demonstrate IT Training Leadership
Julie Johnson, founder and lead instructor will be showcasing Firebox Training’s three new Oracle 11g Business Intelligence Training Courses at Collaborate13, April 7-11, 2013. Firebox will be in booth 2073 at the ColoradoConvention Center and will be offering “Show Only” enrollment specials helping students save on any Java, XML, Python, or Oracle training course offered by Firebox Training.
“Collaborate13 gives attendees the opportunity to mix with some of the top Oracle IT professionals in the country if not the world. We will be focused on demonstrating learning objectives from our new OBIEE and ADF training courses”, said Julie Johnson, the founder of Firebox Training.
“We are excited to be presenting our new IT course offerings at Collaborate13. This will be the first time Firebox Training will be exhibiting at a Collaborate event. After the success at the Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group, it seemed only appropriate to become at exhibitor at Collaborate13” said Shawn Johnson, Director of Sales and Marketing at Firebox Training.
Firebox is a recognized leader in the IT training sector as evidenced through the popularity of their free IT video training tutorials available on YouTube and on the site blog. The free tutorials have gathered over 200,000 views in just over 2 years. Firebox has also developed a reputation for creating solid courseware that speaks to practical applications and uses real examples of how technology languages are applied.
“Collaborate13 will give us the right forum to demonstrate the recently revised Oracle ADF training courses available from Firebox.” added Johnson. “We will have a large screen monitor on a continuous loop showing the many free video tutorials available everyday on our blog”
Firebox now offers three new OBIEE training courses; Oracle Business Intelligence Create Analysis and Dashboards (4-Day), OBIEE Build Repository (3-Day), and OBIEE Administration (3-Day). The new OBIEE Courseware features easy to follow illustrations, fresh content and detailed hand-on-training lab modules. Many active students tout that the courseware makes all the difference between an average training experience and a remarkable one. Firebox has incorporated the feedback from previous courses delivered and has made impressive improvements in this release. The course ware author is a staff member and lead instructor at Firebox.
The OBIEE training courses can be delivered on-site or online. Firebox Instructor-led online OBIEE training courses offer students the opportunity to learn at a price that won’t break the training budget. The tuition fee for a professional 4-day OBIEE Create Analysis and Dashboards starts at $2395, but generous multiple student and multiple course enrollment discounts are available. The Instructor-led online delivery format is the most popular delivery method because it offers a high end training with flexibility that fits in with the busy IT workers’ schedule. Ideal for companies with IT staff in multiple locations.
Firebox Training was founded in 2007 in Golden, Colorado. Since that time our team has delivered training for well known organizations including General Dynamics, Bank of America, Comcast, NREL, Vertafore, ServiceMagic, Time Warner, Citrix Inc, City of Denver, City of Los Angeles and HP, just to name a few. Our instructors travel to client locations across the globe. Most recently we completed training in Toronto, Sydney, Singapore, London, New York, Austin, Seattle and Denver.
Oracle ADF has very convenient JSF components that allow you to quickly create web pages with complex hierarchies. ADF Faces has widgets such as navigation panes, navigation items, command buttons, and list items that provide navigation from one page to another. If the navigation is very simple, such that it involves only two or three links, you can hardwire the JSF pages to include this … Read Full Tutorial
Oracle Tips and Tricks Oracle ADF allows you to easily create master-detail components easily using drag and drop features. Simply drag a child view object instance from the Data Control Palette and choose Master-Detail from the context menu. You have several ADF Faces components to choose from –any combination of master-detail forms and tables. Master-Detail Prerequisites To implement … Read Full Tutorial
Oracle JDeveloper is a very powerful IDE for developing Oracle, Java, and other technologies. This video tutorial shows you how to install it. … Read Full Tutorial
Firebox Training of Golden Colorado Has Added Free Video Tutorials to List of Recent Website Upgrades
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Golden, Colorado Firebox Training has made a lot of friends in the YouTube world of instructional technical training tips and videos over the years with video views exceeding 123,000 over the last 2 years alone. The videos have been a very popular promotional vehicle for the growing IT training company driving a significant number of leads to the main website leading … Read Full Tutorial
Hi, this is Julie Johnson with Firebox Training. Today in this Python training video, I’m going to show you how to install PyDev which is a nice little plug in you can use with Eclipse used to develop Python programs. So I have right here is my Eclipse integrated development environment … Full Tutorial...
This video tutorial demonstrates how to use the Java switch statement with the String data type, which is new to Java 1.7. In Java 1.5 and 1.6, you would use an enumeration instead. This Java video also shows you how to create an enumeration variable, using it in conjunction with a switch statement … Full Tutorial...
This video tutorial demonstrates how to start the Apache Derby database network connection and to create a Derby database. We also show you how to create a JDeveloper connection to a Derby database. The Derby database is a free database provided by Apache. It has a very small memory and disk … Full Tutorial...
This JSF tutorial will demonstrate how to create a Java Server Faces application using Oracle JDeveloper. JSF uses MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture to separate the business logic from the view layer of an application. Java Server Faces, otherwise known as JSF, is a Model-View-Controller … Full Tutorial...
Java Server Faces, otherwise known as JSF, is a Model-View-Controller framework that allows you to create applications that separate business logic from the view layer. MVC architecture allows applications greater scalability, since changes in any business logic will not affect what the end user … Full Tutorial...
Oracle ADF Tutorials
Oracle ADF Faces provides a wonderful tree component that allows you to view parent/child data. For example, suppose you have the following tables: REGIONS, COUNTRIES, LOCATIONS, DEPARTMENTS, and EMPLOYEES. There are foreign key relationships between the tables, so if you create ADF view objects, … Full Tutorial...
Firebox Training of Golden Colorado Has Added Free Video Tutorials to List of Recent Website Upgrades
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Golden, Colorado Firebox Training has made a lot of friends in the YouTube world of instructional technical training tips and videos over the years with video views exceeding 123,000 over the last 2 years alone. The videos have been a very popular promotional vehicle … Full Tutorial...
Oracle ADF makes authentication and authorization easy via a nice graphical interface. During development, you can use the builtin file-based policy store called jazn-data.xml. You can then later swap out your authentication provider, using something a bit more scalable such as an LDAP server or … Full Tutorial...
Securing your Oracle ADF pages, task flows, entity objects and attributes is an integral part of any robust ADF application. The Oracle WebLogic container provides many authentication providers for you to choose from, and since you can seamlessly swap them out after creating your application, you … Full Tutorial...
Oracle ADF contextual events allows a component to publish an event and have multiple subscribers. A good use case would be if you have multiple regions within a JSF page and you want them to be able to communicate with one another. Granted, you could pass information around using page parameters, … Full Tutorial...