Building Real Life ADF Applications – Meeting the team during the OOW 2007 Presentation (Thursday, S290737, 4pm, Moscone South 300)
We need to learn an awful lot for productively developing good looking, robust ADF applications. And the best lessons learned are learned by experience. However, it does not necessarily need to be your own experience! We – the team and I – would like to invite you to learn from our experience, during the my final presentation – last slot of the conference if you believe it – at OOW. We will discuss several typical challenges and solutions in ADF development projects.
Here is the team:
- The Excel User: James
- The Interaction Designer: Wolfgang
- The Security Officer: Susan
- The Assertive End User: Mark
- The Oracle Developer: Tom
The presentation will tell their stories about how everything should be Excel in the end, how the most fantastic visual design must be brought to life, how security is all pervasive in many applications, how the end user 2.0 wants control over the appearance and workings of the application and how experience ‘classic Oracle developers’ try to make transition to ADF technology.
You should be able to take away a lot of (our) lessons learned from this presentation! (Note: the slides will be available from this weblog after OOW).
- Introduction to SOA, BPEL and Oracle BPEL PM through a real life business case (Dutch white paper)
- You want to build it with ADF, but you do not want it to look like ADF. What do you do? (come to S290737 during OOW2007)
- JMX – Java Management Extension – paving the way for manageable applications (JavaOne 2007)
- New tutorial on OTN (by Steve Muench) – Building J2EE Applications with Oracle JHeadstart for ADF
- AMIS Query – 22/5/2007: Integration between Oracle Forms and HTML Web Applications (e.g. ADF)