Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Collaborate 2016

I just wanted to post a quick note with my schedule for Collaborate 2016. I will be presenting PeopleSoft Developer Tips and Techniques on April 13th at 9:15 AM in Reef C. My publisher assured me that I will have a box of books waiting for me at the conference and we plan to give them away at various sessions during the conference. Here are a couple of other sessions I recommend attending at Collaborate:

There is one session I want to specifically highlight: A Designers Intro to the Oracle JET Framework. PeopleTools 8.55 includes Oracle JET, Oracle's brand new open source JavaScript Extension. You may never directly interact with Oracle JET, but it is always good to understand the tools and frameworks used by PeopleTools. Oracle JET is based on common JavaScript libraries such as RequireJS and Knockout and PeopleTools includes these related open source libraries (note: I have written about using RequireJS with PeopleSoft in prior posts).

4 comments:

Daniel Robinson said...

Hi Jim, I attended your presentation last year, and really enjoyed it. Will this year contain new content?

Thanks,
Daniel

Jim Marion said...

@Daniel, yes, different content from last year's Collaborate. Same name, but I create different content for each year.

hemant yadav said...

Hi Jim,

I have been reading about PeopleSoft Mobile Capability enablement on upgrading 8.54. Peoplesoft delivers many mobile tiles and included Element browser with HR image 17 release.

However, Many customer are still vary of accepting the fact that to access Peoplesoft Mobile, the application needs to go on Internet. So, my questions to you that, Is there a way we can make PeopleSoft Mobile Application available securely (For e.g VPN etc.) with the help of any secure services (like Goods etc.), Is there any working example that you would suggest.

Appreciate your view on this.

Jim Marion said...

@Hemant, An organization with internal WIFI that wants to use mobile capabilities on site does not require any special changes. It is just if the customer wants to use mobile capabilities outside of their secured network. VPN is one option, but as you probably know, it is a real pain on mobile devices. Grey Heller's ERP Firewall is another common solution.