Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS) enables business users with no previous programming experience to rapidly create web and mobile apps, minimizing dependence on IT departments and reducing infrastructure costs.
The main focus of both SPDY and HTTP/2 is performance, especially latency as perceived by the end-user while using a browser, with a secondary focus on network and server resource usage. One large benefit of HTTP/2 is the ability to use a single TCP connection from a browser to a website, or in the case of CloudFlare, a reverse proxy. As such, CloudFlare is in the perfect position to provide the benefits of HTTP/2 to all CloudFlare users by accelerating the web surfing experience between browsers and CloudFlare, without the need to change anything on the origin server.
WebCenter Framework Portal application(s) is/are discouraged for any future development within WebCenter Portal product. The WebCenter Portal Server is the evolution of WebCenter Spaces technology. The WebCenter Portal Framework technology is still available and remains fully supported in 11gR1 product line, but is was moved into maintenance mode since Fusion Middleware 184.108.40.206.0 (PS6) release. That means that Oracle has stopped adding any new features and we only fix bugs, if reported. The WebCenter Portal Framework IS NOT be available in WebCenter Portal Release 12c.
In the past few months, we (Mythics) started using the Oracle Content and Experience Cloud Service (CEC, formerly known as Oracle Documents). So far, I’ve run into several feature enhancements which I would like for the core product. I have opened Oracle Enhancement Requests (ER) for the majority of these. The following list is not in any particular order (priority).