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Combining RESTful, JQuery ,and KnockoutJS

Wed, 2014-07-23 08:53
Here's a very easy example of how to join RESTful services with JQuery and some data binding from KnockoutJS.  This is a page that shows the last 100 requested features in the SQL Developer Exchange. SQL Developer Exchange Requests The REST service is very simple as it just strips out a <p> that the editor injects and a little format on the date. I did this all on so it's nice and

Using REST to search in JQuery

Wed, 2014-07-23 08:41
Building on yesterday's post,  here's adding a search to the same JQuery list: SQL Developer Exchange Requests SQL Developer Exchange Requests The REST Template is only different by adding in a bind variable and adjusting the select some: The other thing I added into the JQuery list is the weight of the searched items.  Which can be seen in the blue bar here: The javascript changes are

Oracle XE 11.2 for Windows 64 bit is here

Thu, 2014-06-05 17:06
Title says it all. Get it here:

Node Road show recap. When to use and not use node.

Wed, 2014-06-04 07:33
I was recently at a Node road show.  This was very much like the OTN tour just obvious focused on Node.  They had multiple big customers there to share how they used node, what worked, and what doesn't.  There were 3 things that stood out for for me about when when to use Node. First, that node is designed for high concurrency low latency.  In case you didn't know node has 1 execution thread.  

Publish data over REST with Node.js

Tue, 2014-06-03 09:07
Of course the best way to expose database data over REST is with Oracle REST Data Services.  If you haven't read over the Statement of Direction, it's worth the couple minutes it takes.  The auto table enablement and filtering is quite nice. For anyone interested in node.js and oracle, this is a very quick example of publishing the emp table over REST for use by anyone that would prefer REST

KScope14's Sunday Database Symposium

Mon, 2014-04-28 09:10
    This is the 3rd year Chet aka oraclenerd  and I have organized the Sunday Symposium.  This year has a bunch of great speakers with great content.  So, if you are debating at all getting to KScope a day early to make the symposium, here's the agenda for the DB Symposium and debate no more get there early ! Starting off the APEX and DB tracks will be combined.   Oracle Database Tools