Oracle Visual Builder

Oracle Visual Builder

Oracle Visual Builder is a visual cloud environment for developing and engaging mobile and web applications. Oracle Visual Builder provides easy access to data from any REST-based service and enables the creation of reusable business objects for storing and managing data. Using the cloud-based visual development tools, you can create and test responsive web applications and native mobile apps without the need to install any additional software. The visual designer helps you to quickly layout pages in your applications by dragging and dropping UI components, customizing their attributes, and defining their behaviour. It is one of the most discussed and happening feature in Oracle cloud applications for Big Organisations connecting to multiple third-party platforms.

Visual Builder cloud service

Benefits of Oracle Visual Builder

Oracle Visual Builder provides a rich set of visual designers to enhance productivity; experienced developers always have access to the source code of their applications. Developers can enhance their application’s functionality using the code Oracle Visual Builder also provides the following tools for building and publishing applications:

• Data management tools for managing business objects and importing and exporting data

• Publishing tools for staging and publishing your applications

 • Advanced tools for configuring role-based security and user access management

• Collaboration tools for sharing application resources between team members

• Robust tools for describing requests and responses to Oracle SaaS REST services in the integrated catalogue

Oracle Visual Builder Architecture

The above figure shows the Oracle Visual Builder Architecture.

We can Create Multiple Types of Applications Using VBCS.

  • Visual Applications
  • Web Applications
  • Mobile Applications.

Simple Steps to create a new web application:

  1. Click Web Applications in the Navigator to open the Web Apps pane. Structural representations of each of the web applications in your visual application are displayed in the Web Apps pane
Web apps

2. Click + Web Application in the Web Apps pane. The Create Web Application dialog box contains an Application Name field where you enter the name of your new web application and options for the navigation style of your app.

Create Web application

3. Enter the name for the new app in the dialog box. The name you enter is used as the display name in the Web Apps pane in the Navigator.

4. Select none or tabbed navigation style for the web app. For the Tabbed navigation style, you can specify the number of navigation items and a name for each.

 5. Click Create.

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