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Oracle Mobile Application Framework Arrives


Oracle has announced updates to the Oracle Mobile Suite, a solution designed to accelerate development and deployment of mobile applications across multiple mobile platforms, and that works with disparate enterprise systems.

The release features a new cross device mobile development framework, Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) for simplification of the development of multiplatform on-device mobile applications.

A new version of Oracle Service Bus (a component of Oracle Mobile Suite) provides the foundation for a multi-channel and more specifically mobile strategy. Oracle Service Bus 12c simplifies mobile enablement by allowing backend applications, on the cloud or on-premises, to be exposed through JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) and REST (Representational State Transfer) APIs.

"Oracle Mobile Suite contains everything developers need to extend their enterprise systems to mobile phones and tablets," said Chris Tonas, vice president, mobility and development tools, Oracle.

"The new Oracle Mobile Application Framework offers an easy transition for Java developers to bring their development skills to the mobile world, leveraging their Java and JavaScript skills with the tools they already use. By integrating the mobile application developer experience on both the front and back end, we are helping developers deliver mobile applications to their organization faster and more efficiently," added Tonas.

Oracle MAF is integrated with Oracle Mobile Security Suite, which secures corporate-owned applications and data on mobile devices, and secures deployment and management of any mobile application.


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