How to build your own Thanksgiving shopping list app with JavaScript

Thanksgiving is about to arrive in the US and, as every year, millions of people and I are preparing our shopping lists for Thanksgiving dinner. I thought this is a good opportunity to flex my coding muscles again and see how quickly I can build an online shopping list using JavaScript. To my surprise, it was easier and quicker than I originally thought and perhaps you like a little challenge yourself. Here is how it went…

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Creating an Oracle REST Data Services Docker image

Oracle has added Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) to the Docker build files family on GitHub, which means that you can now easily dockerize ORDS. If you don’t know yet what ORDS is, it’s a free technology from Oracle that allows you to REST-enable your Oracle databases. More specifically, with ORDS you can just fire off regular REST calls to modify or retrieve data from one or many Oracle databases without having to know how to write SQL; not that knowing SQL is a bad thing! 🙂 In modern application and microservices architectures REST has become more and more popular for exchanging information. ORDS enables you to easily exchange data from and to Oracle databases via REST without having to write lines and lines of code yourself.  For more information on what ORDS is and what it can do, check out Jeff Smith’s blog post about ORDS.

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