Embedding analytics, where it is relevant, adds value ‘in context’. For example, embedding analytics on typical business expenditure within an application for reviewing and approving expenses can save time and resource. …
Here is a recording of a webcast covering the Oracle Analytics web component, available in Visual Builder that makes it easy to create web and mobile applications.
01:19 Product introductions
09:48 Introducing the analytics web component
14:11 Benefits of using the analytics web component
15:42 Setup and configuration
18:27 Creating analytics content for your application
25:01 Creating the Visual Builder application
28:15 Creating the analytics app — defining your app pages
30:07 Application navigation
32:18 Filtering analytics
42:33 Mobile apps
45:05 Wrap up and more information
Using OAuth Tokens to authenticate embedded analytics content can provide flexibility to your application architecture. I have written blogs on this topic, with part 1 describing how to obtain the token and part 2 describing how to use this mechanism programmatically using the Oracle OCI Functions and API Gateway services.
Mobile, whether a phone or tablet is one of the most used platforms for consuming analytics. Visual Builder (VB) combined with the Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) web component, available in the VB exchange, makes the creation of mobile analytic applications easy using a low code approach.
In this blog, which is part 4 of a series on using the Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) Component for Visual Builder (VB), I’ll describe how to use the component with a navigation UI component. …
I’ve previously described how to embed Oracle Analytics Canvases into a VB application using a component available in the exchange. In this blog, I will describe how to pass filters to the embedded analytics canvas in two scenarios, the first will be directly referencing values to apply as filters and…
In part 1 of this blog series, I introduced the Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) / Visual Builder (VB) component and described how to configure your environment, install it into a VB application and embed an analytics canvas. …
This is the first of a series of blogs explaining how application developers can use an Oracle Visual Builder (VB) component for embedding Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) Data Visualization projects.
This is a quick tip to let you know that if you’re embedding Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) canvases and your instance has been upgraded to OAC 6.0, you need to make a change to your embedding code to include some additional dependencies in the requirejs statement.
If your existing requirejs statement looks like this:
requirejs(['jquery', 'knockout', 'obitech-application/application', 'jet-composites/oracle-dv/loader']
Please modify it so it looks like this:
requirejs(['jquery', 'knockout', 'obitech-application/application', 'ojs/ojcore', 'ojs/ojknockout', 'ojs/ojcomposite', 'jet-composites/oracle-dv/loader']
Oracle Visual Builder (VB) is a low-code development environment. In this embedding quick tip, I’ll describe how to embed an Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) canvas into a VB application. As a quick summary on how to do this, you need to upload a html file that contains the details required…