Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Interview with Bob Rhubart on Responsive WebCenter Portal @ Collaborate 14

Short after my presentation on Responsive WebCenter Portal @ Collaborate 14 in Vegas, I had a video interview with Bob Rhubart who runs Oracle ArchBeat - the official blog of the OTN Architect Community. In this 10 min talk, I had reviewed my presentation topic, the hot gossips in the hallway and the visions of hot topics in the next coming collaborate.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Building a Responsive WebCenter Portal Application - Technical Paper Published

In this article I reviewed the essentials of responsive web design, walked through how to design and develop a responsive WebCenter Portal application, and reviewed the essential development considerations. The article covers technical aspects of building a responsive WebCenter Portal as well as the business decision points behind each scenario. It is intended for software architects, developers, and business users who regularly work with Oracle WebCenter Portal.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Build Your Responsive & Mobilized Enterprise Portal

Let’s collaborate at Collaborate14!
Location: Las Vegas, NV – Venetian & Sands Expo Center
Dates: April 7th – April 11th
Build Your Responsive & Mobilized Enterprise Portal, by JayJay Zheng

Date: 04/10/2014
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Level 3, San Polo 3502
Abstract: Mobilizing emerges as a "must-have" feature for modern web experience. Oracle WebCenter Portal introduces multi-channel portal experience to support mobilized web for smart devices. This session reveals the essential secret sauce of the new mobilizing support – responsive web design, and teaches how to extend the responsive template to support your custom needs. The session helps to determine your mobile enterprise portal strategy and teaches how to build the responsive from scratch to create your own mobilized enterprise portal on WebCenter Portal Framework applications. Further, the session analyzes real world customer cases to help you avoid the pitfalls and exploit first hand best practices.

Objective 1: Discover fundamentals utilized in the Oracle WebCenter mobile support.

Objective 2: Describe and explain how to build a responsive template from scratch.

Objective 3: Discuss mobile enterprise portal strategy for various organizations' needs and analyzes the real world customer cases for mobile support.