Deploying Raincatcher on Red Hat Mobile Application Platform

Introduction The Feedhenry Raincatcher project provides a framework for building Workforce Management (WFM) solutions that includes a mobile hybrid app, a management portal web app and a server that manages synchronization of work orders between the portal and the mobile apps. The synchronization technology is built on the Feedhenry Datasync framework. Deploying the mobile, portal … Read moreDeploying Raincatcher on Red Hat Mobile Application Platform

Release Management with OpenShift: Under the hood

If you think about Release Management with OpenShift, you’re automatically thinking about Jenkins. With Jenkins you can easily setup a Release Pipeline for your App(s) and Jenkins is tightly integrated into OpenShift. There are a lot of Demos out there which are describing the best practices of using it. And OpenShift becomes more and more … Read moreRelease Management with OpenShift: Under the hood

Installing Gogs Git Server on OpenShift and make it using WebHooks to trigger builds

Preparation Based on the following github.com project, we are going to set up a Gogs Git-Server on our local OpenShift Environment, which we have set up here: http://www.opensourcerers.org/setting-enterprise-openshift-3-5-platform-macos-virtualbox/ https://github.com/OpenShiftDemos/gogs-openshift-docker As we want to reuse our Gogs Server for some situations, we need to use the persistent version of the Template. First of all we need … Read moreInstalling Gogs Git Server on OpenShift and make it using WebHooks to trigger builds

Setting up an Enterprise OpenShift 3.5 Platform on macOS with VirtualBox

I am a middleware guy. I am one of those guys who love to think about solving implementation problems. I am not necessarily one of those guys who love to dig into the infrastructure part too much. Typically, required things should be there so that I can use them for my work. But since some … Read moreSetting up an Enterprise OpenShift 3.5 Platform on macOS with VirtualBox

Capture your decisions with DMN

Introduction Business Rules Management Systems have been around since the early 2000 or more. Till last year, there was no standard to define them so users were forced to write rules in a proprietary language. This situation has leaded to many difficulties: On boarding a new rule designer requires a specific training. Sharing knowledge across … Read moreCapture your decisions with DMN

Using loosely coupled rules in your process

Acknowledges This article is inspired by the blog article of Maciej Swiderski that applies to version 7 of jBPM. The code provided is a partial backport of the standard Work Item Handler coming with version 7 and is tested on Red Hat JBoss BPMS v6.4. Introduction One of nice capabilities of the Red Had BPMS … Read moreUsing loosely coupled rules in your process

Protecting your Red Hat Mobile Apps with Red Hat SSO

This post demonstrates how you can protect your mobile apps and adding Open ID Connect based single sign on by integrating Red Hat Mobile with Red Hat SSO. The adapters provided by the Keycloak upstream project can be used for handing over user authentication to Red Hat SSO instead of building your own OIDC clients. … Read moreProtecting your Red Hat Mobile Apps with Red Hat SSO

Building an Ionic v2 App for Red Hat Mobile

Introduction Around 3 months ago I was approached by a customer who was interested in building Ionic v2 Apps for Red Hat Mobile Application Platform (RHMAP). At the time I just limited to say “that shouldn’t be a problem, the SDK is JS” but, as a devoted programmer I had to be sure. Below these … Read moreBuilding an Ionic v2 App for Red Hat Mobile

Socket.io based quiz built on Red Hat Mobile Application Platform

Introduction When I was first approached to create an application for an event involving an interactive quiz I immediately got excited because it sounded both cool and challenging. The idea evolved to a hybrid app were attendees to the event could see the agenda of an event and participate in an interactive quiz. After the … Read moreSocket.io based quiz built on Red Hat Mobile Application Platform

A Red Hat Mobile hybrid app boilerplate

Introduction In this post I’m presenting a boilerplate for Red Hat Mobile hybrid apps that can help developers getting started with Red Hat Mobile. This boilerplate contains web user interface components together with Red Hat Mobile framework components such as sync and push notifications and is based on the AngularJS Material framework and Apache Cordova … Read moreA Red Hat Mobile hybrid app boilerplate