Oracle Mobile Cloud Service Developer's Guide by John ThomasOracle Mobile Cloud Service Developer's Guide by John Thomas

Oracle Mobile Cloud Service Developer's Guide

byJohn Thomas

Paperback | September 6, 2017

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"Create and deploy high-performance enterprise mobile applications using the hands-on information contained in this Oracle Press guide. Written by a director of product management within Oracle's platform-as-a-service group, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service Developer's Guide features a start-to-finish case study application that clearly demonstrates key techniques and features. Learn how to set up mobile back ends, work with native SDKs, build custom APIs, and deliver best-in-class mobile services with Oracle Mobile Cloud Service. Oracle Mobile Application Accelerator and enterprise mobile solutions are fully covered in this comprehensive resource"--
Title:Oracle Mobile Cloud Service Developer's GuideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.1 × 7.3 × 0.6 inPublished:September 6, 2017Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:125986202X

ISBN - 13:9781259862021

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Table of Contents

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