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Android Error: Failed to resolve: com.google.firebase

[Android Studio] Issue: I updated gradle to 4.4 in my Android app and added below firebase libraries to my app level build.gradle file implementation ‘com.google.firebase:firebase-core:16.0.0’ but while building the project, got the below error Failed to resolve: com.google.firebase:firebase-core:16.0.0 Solution: This is a maven issue. This issue is resolved after adding google() to repositories of allporjects in project level build.gradle file. Now…

How to run background service in Oracle MAF

In mobile apps, we often need some services to run in the background to do tasks like fetching or updating data from a server, sync local data with a server, invoking APIs etc. In this post, we will see how to run a task in the background of a mobile app developed using Oracle MAF.There is a default utility available in…

Oracle Intelligent Bots: Get the user Geo location from the map

For few use cases like delivering a Pizza, it would be a great user experience to take user’s current location directly from a Map instead of asking the user to type his address.In this post, we will see how to capture the user location from a map in a chatbot developed in Oracle ChatBots. Oracle bots provide a component “System.CommonResponse” which…

Oracle Intelligent Bots – Integration with Smooch

Smooch is the complete messaging platform for enterprise software makers. To know more about Smooch click here. Oracle Intelligent Bot made it very easy to integrate your bot with Smooch.In this post, we will see how to integrate #chatbot developed in Oracle Intelligent Bot(#OracleMobile) with Smooch to open as a web page. Below is the procedure to do the same. Create a…

Connecting Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) with Oracle Intelligent Bots

Introduction In this post, we will see how to create a client in Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) to connect with chatbot developed in Oracle Intelligent Bot. In this example, I am using bot version 18.1.1 and sample server in the bot instance. To achieve this, we need to Create a webhook channel in Bot Create a channel in web…

Oracle MAF: How to get the current row object of an binding iterator programmatically

[Oracle MAF 2.3.1]Below is a code snippet helps to get the current object of a binding iterator from Java program in Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF). AmxIteratorBinding ib = (AmxIteratorBinding) AdfmfJavaUtilities.evaluateELExpression(“#{bindings.listIncidetnsIterator}”); oracle.adfmf.dc.bean.ConcreteJavaBeanObject obj= (oracle.adfmf.dc.bean.ConcreteJavaBeanObject)ib.getCurrentRow(); IncidentVORow row=(IncidentVORow) obj.getInstance(); — Where #{bindings.listIncidetnsIterator} is binding iterator expression for a list of Incident objects IncidentVORow is a bean class of incident object “row” contains…

Oracle Intelligent Bots: Integrating chatbots with Facebook Messenger

Below is the procedure to integrate chat bot developed using Oracle Intellegent Bot Cloud Service (IBCS) with the Facebook channel. Create a Facebook page Make sure you see  “Send Message” button on the page like below If you dont see this button, the follow the below steps, other wise continue to the integration Click on the button or select Edit…

Oracle Intelligent Bots: Getting Started with Chat bots – My First Chat Bot- Part 2

Continuation of Oracle Intelligent Bots: Getting Started with Chat bots – Part 1Now you have the basic knowledge about the Oracle chat bot environment. Let’s see how to use this environment and create our first chatbot. Click on New Chatbot Enter Name of the bot which is a mandatory field, and description is optional Your bot window will be opened Before, doing…

Oracle Intelligent Bots: Getting Started with Chat bots – Part 1

In this post, we are going to see how to create a sample chatbot using Oracle Intelligent Bot Cloud Service (IBCS).Before developing the chatbot, we should understand the terminology. Intent: The entry point of any conversation or use case by describing the various actions that your bot helps its users complete. It enables bot to recognize user input because each…

Newer version: Oracle MAF 2.5.0 Released

Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) released a new version 2.5.0. This is a major release containing a number of platform upgrades and enhancements, including the following: A NEW release of JDeveloper 12.2.1.3.0 is required The embedded Cordova platform engines have been updated Support iOS 11, iPhone X and Xcode 9 Support Android 8, and the Google Pixel C phone For…

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