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Last week I was prompted to take a look at the new Oracle ADF Academy that has just published its first lesson: Developing Applications with ADF Mobile. As you probably already know, there are tons of resources on ADF. Blogs, books, tutorials, Oracle by Example instructions, YouTube movies, extensive documentations, how-tos, the forums, podcasts and more still. What could this ADF Academy add to the mix, I was wondering?
Here is what Oracle says about it:
The all-star, mostly ACE(D) team consisting of Lonneke, Steven, Luc, Edwin, Ronald and Lucas did a very entertaining jam session with Fusion Middleware most of all day yesterday at the OBUG 2012 Connect Conference (Oracle Benelux User Group). The third performance of its kind – ODTUG 2011 and UKOUG 2011 in Long Beach, California (USA) and Birmingham (UK) being the preceding gigs – successfully realized an end-to-end business process implementation with ingredients such as ADF, JHeadstart, Human Task, BPEL, Mediator, AQ, Event Delivery Network, Technology Adapters, UMS for Emails en of course the database.
In front of a live audience, the challenge was outlined. The high level design introduced and the various components discussed. The left-hand screen (for the audience) displayed the business process and the work done to it in terms of design and implementation. The screen in the middle demonstrated the user interface development using ADF and the right hand screen played various roles, from service development to Enterprise Manager display, BPM worklist and Email client.
The members of the band played the following instruments: Steven on ADF and JHeadstart, Luc on ADF and ADF More >
Next Tuesday, 24th of April in the MECC in Maastricht during the Oracle Benelux User Group conference, an all star team of Oracle Fusion Middleware specialists will present and perform a very special session: a live and interactive application development demonstration. This session is planned in two parts: 11.00-12.45 and 14.30-15.45.
Many articles and presentations discuss various parts of Oracle Fusion Middleware, such as ADF or SOA Suite, WebCenter or Oracle Service Bus. Usually they do so in an isolated fashion and not seldom only in a theoretical (‘slideware’) fashion. In this very special session, attendees will see at close range how it all comes together and what steps are necessary to create a real end-to-end FMW application. A team of brave developers (doing database, ADF, SOA Suite, OSB and BPM) will develop an end-to-end Fusion Middleware application over the course of the afternoon. Their work will be monitored live on a number of big screens, while a moderator solicits audience suggestions for functional requirements and explains what is being done.
Today I came across a brief post on the OTN Forum for JDeveloper and ADF (http://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=923587&tstart=0). The latest demo application (188.8.131.52.0) for ADF 11g Faces RC can be downloaded from http://download.oracle.com/otn/java/jdeveloper/111/extensions/adf-richclient-demo.war. It comes as a WAR file that can be deployed on WebLogic 11g.
Alternatively, we can turn the WAR file into a JDeveloper project, to inspect Source code. The steps are: (more…)
Rapid development of Rich JSF Web applications on top of EJB/JPA persistence (JSF on Rails – Demo 1)
Here you will find the first demo from my Devoxx 2008 presentation. It shows how you can rapidly create a rich web application based on Java Server Faces and EJB/JPA persistency using JDeveloper 11g and the ADF 11g framework. The presentation included below shows the steps one by one to create a rich web application. The JDeveloper 11g application can be downloaded as well. The end result looks something like:
it includes such features as: master detail tables with synchronization; column sort; run time column manipulation: resize, reposition and hide/show; popup with detailed context data; data driven, synchronized chart; accordion for better page real estate usage.
OOW Presentation: Optimal Use of Oracle Database 10g and Oracle Database 11g for Modern Application Development
I just completed my second presentation here at Oracle Open World. It discusses Application Development inside and with the Database, introducing and discussing quite a few trends, concepts, best practices and new or rediscovered database features. It was nice presentation to prepare and to present: fun stuff, useful too and a very receptive audience. I promised the audience to make the presentation and the demo scripts available on the weblog within the hour, so here it is. I would like to thank everyone who attended the presentation – I really appreciated the interest shown and the feedback given afterwards. (more…)