Posts tagged Mobile
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:
During the AMIS ADF Masterclass I showed how to take a picture from within an ADF Mobile application, attach it to an Email and send that email out to several recipients. To top it of, I even added the GPS coordinates to the subject, so you know where the picture was taken. And all of that with the push of one single button. Sounds complicated ? Well actually it is very simple. (more…)
The ultimate ADF event of 2012: The AMIS Master Class Advanced ADF – Christmas Special (Friday 21st of December)0
If you are an ADF developer – and The Netherlands are within reach for you – then Friday 21st of December is a day to mark in your diary. On that day, the shortest of the year in our Northern Hemisphere, we present the Advanced ADF Master Class – in the spirit of the holiday season.
and more like the Magnificent Seven than like Snow White’s dwarfs. Each is an ADF specialist who is committed to deliver an inspiring talk on his specific expertise within the ADF domain. This event is unique – bringing together ADF specialists in a special, intimate Christmas atmosphere – and with Dutch Christmas treats as icing on the cake. The topics are all based on real life experience. The concepts discussed and the approaches demonstrated have immediate practical value. The setting lends itself to up close and personal interactions, discussions and deep dive explanations.
It is a wonderful opportunity for ADF developers as well as application architects to get inspired in various essential areas of ADF, to acquire knowledge and insights that are applicable back on the job and to exchange ideas and experiences with peers – all in a seasonal More >
Oracle heeft afgelopen maandag haar nieuwste product ADF Mobile gelanceerd. Luc Bors, expertise lead ADF bij AMIS, is op verzoek van product managers van Oracle Corporation bètatester geweest. Hij heeft meer dan vier maanden ervaring opgedaan met ADF Mobile. Op 12 november deelt hij die ervaring met u in de eerste ADF Mobile kennissessie in Nederland.
Oracle ADF Mobile is een framework op basis van HTML5 en Java waarmee mobiele apps worden gebouwd voor het iOS en Android platform. De ontwikkeling van ADF Mobile applicaties maakt gebruik van goeddeels dezelfde aanpak, tools, componenten en kennis als voor reguliere ADF web-applicaties worden benut. Iedere ADF-ontwikkelaar is dus in potentie een ADF-mobiele-app-ontwikkelaar. ADF Mobile is zowel bedoeld voor nieuwe apps als om bestaande enterprise applicaties op een tablet of smartphone te ontsluiten. ADF Mobile geeft toegang tot device specifieke functies zoals bijvoorbeeld de camera en maakt het mogelijk om offline met de apps te werken. Maar het belangrijkste is dat bestaande enterprise toepassingen nu ook mobiele platforms bereiken.
De sessie starten we met een kort overzicht van de aanloop naar ADF Mobile, de plek in Fusion More >
Now ADF Mobile is generally availble, it is now time to create your first ADF Mobile application. In this post I will show you how to create a simple application that contains of two pages with navigation. A bonus for this post is that you will see how to get a picture from the filesystem (or by using the device camera) from within your ADF mobile application (more…)
After extensive beta testing oracle announced today that ADF Mobile is now generally available and can be used to build multi platform on device apps. I finally am allowed to share my knowledge in blogposts and other kinds of publications. Using JDeveloper and the ADF Mobile extension, it is very easy to create apps for both the iOS and Android platform. If you only want to create apps for Android, you don’t need a mac, however if you want to create apps voor iOS you really do need a mac to compile the ADF mobile app for iOS.
ADF Mobile provides a natural extension of enterprise/internet applications to mobile clients by providing tools, services, and infrastructure to protect against technology shifts. An application built with ADF Mobile framework installs on a smart device, renders user interface via HTML5, and has access to device services. This means the programming model is primarily web-based, which offers consistency with other enterprise applications as well as easier migration to new platforms. But the application has access to device services, enabling a richer experience for users than a browser alone can offer.
A short explanation of More >