The release of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) was unveiled yesterday, together with 24 new Platform and Infrastructure Cloud Services.
“Mobile First” was first used by Marc Davis, who was Yahoo’s Chief Scientist and VP of Early Stage Products of Yahoo! Mobile.
Every company needs to think about a mobile strategy to have a future strategy. If you don't have one, then you just don't know it yet!
14 months ago I decided to expand my horizons and go mobile. I have been taking MCS through its paces by :
Enterprise Level Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) delivered as a Mobile Platform (PaaS) solution on Oracle Cloud.
The successful implementation of any Enterprise Mobile solution requires:
MCS makes it easy to quickly implement an enterprise mobile solution in the cloud.
I'm not going to give you a long pitch about MCS. (that would be far too long for a blog and its not what I'm about).
Instead I want to get you up and running quickly using it.
Then read this quick article Build Your Mobile Strategy—Not Just Your Mobile Apps.
One of the first tasks for a service developer in MCS is to create an API with mock data and make that available quickly. This allows the Mobile Application developers to build their apps using live API data. In MCS we have several options to implement the mock data depending on the complexity of the use-case.
Today I will take you through the first example.
We will use the example of a mobile payment app that allows the payment of funds from one mobile user to another using a telephone number or bank details. Mobile applications like this already exist from Denmark banking apps like Swipp and MobilePay
The following video shows how to create a mock REST API in MCS in a matter of mins. I will...
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