Oracle Open World in San Francisco…It will be all about Oracle, the latest releases, the newest products and networking. With the help of three colleagues, I will present QAFE at our stand.
In this first blog of a serie of 2, Qualogy’s Joey Roosing focuses on Web Components: what they are and why they are useful. Joey also zooms in on libraries such as Polymer, that help you developing Web Components
Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins of distributed applications. Qualogy’s Koen Boes looks into the what,why & how of this innovation and shares his professional experiences in this blog.
Embedding an Oracle Forms applet in a QAFE application using JS (and make it communicating) asks for client-side processing. In this blog we explain you how to pass by and use server-side processing.
Oracle Forms users may have noticed that the Forms Java applet does not work in Chrome 42+ browsers. Here’s how to enable it manually (until September 2015).
QAFE Installer 3.4.0 has been released for everyone to use. This blog by Arvind Mohabir introduces the new features and improvements.
Part 1 of this blog series focused on communication from QAFE to Oracle Forms. In this part it’s the reserve: Koen Boes points out the communication from Oracle Forms to QAFE.
Using our Oracle Forms Conversion tool, it is possible to convert your forms application to a QAFE web application. In some cases you might want to consider integrating your existing Oracle Forms application with your QAFE web application for a more gradual conversion process. I assume your Oracle Forms application has been configured so it […]
On Tuesday March 24 2015, Michael Ferrante of Oracle presented the roadmap of Oracle Forms 12c and beyond in a webinar organized by AuraPlayer. Although his talk was protected by a “Safe Harbour” statement, some interesting topics were mentioned. Of course, it’s always possible that not all of these features will be included in the final release. Current and future […]
Traditionally, the QAFE Engine has been processing all logic on the server-side because the browsers weren’t powerful enough at the time of development. With the latest 3.3.0 version of QAFE, the logic can be processed on the client-side. What does this mean for the developer and the user? Move towards client-side handling In the last […]