Dec 30 2008

Ubiquity for Oracle

Category: Firefoxittichai @ 2:35 am

Ubiquity is the FireFox extension allowing you to perform tasks including wiki, map, dictionary, etc., while still staying on the same web page (instead of having to jump around pages).

Even though it is still in version 0.1.x, there is a quite number of commands (at Ubiquity Herd and Ubiquity In The Wild) being developed to use it.

Couple of them are developed as search tools for Oracle -

The first one “oradoc” (I like the most) is developed by Eddie Awad. With preview feature, it is easier to filter out information.

oradoc1

The second one “tahiti” is from Don Seiler at the Pythian group. This one has no preview. Thus upon pressing “Enter”, it will redirect to Oracle’s Tahiti site.

tahiti1

tahiti2

Last one “search-oracle-docs” from Mayuresh Kadu’s blog site is similar to that of Tahiti – no preview but redirected to the OTN’s documentation site.

search1

search2

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