Well, at the very least come to my presentation Building Real Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) Applications: A Learning Experience at OOW next week: S290737, Thursday 4.00pm (Moscone South 300). One of the things I will tell you is how we created this carefully, tailor-designed and attractive User Interface that you see here:
was created from its functional equivalent, this fairly dull ADF Faces BLAF style application:
In this talk, I will tell you about three real life projects and the challenges we encountered – and overcame. It is a great chance to end the conference on a high note, so I hope you will be there.
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It would be great to post the presentations after OOW. It’s quite impressive to see the layout changing to a more ’21th century’-layout like Jan mentioned 🙂
Keep up the good work!
Great slides! Thanks for sharing them. You certainly have been working hard (as well as been successful) with ADF and JHeadstart!
best regards, Lucas
Thanks Jan. Will you be there? (the gradient was not even in ADF, it is a separate stylesheet + background image, set to repeat).
Welcome to the 21th century 🙂
Now ADF has gradients too…
All the best at SF.
Is it possible to get a transcript of your presentation (after OOW of course)? or may be you can publish it here?
I believe many people would be VERY interested.
Good job. We have worked hard trying to customize ADF components. We are developing projects with JDeveloper an JHeadStart 10.1.3. And we use to customize velocity templates just to fit customers requirements and look and feel especifications to the application developed. Here there is an example of what we do with ADF and JHeadStart http://www.bbr.cat/presentaciones/PDF/Noticias_EventosBbr/cuore_bbr.pdf . Moreover you can find two url with demos (viewlwts) into de Demo slide.
I hope you enjoy it.
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