his article “The Latest Infographics: Mobile Business Statistics for
2012,” Mark Fidelman, a contributing writer to the Forbes website,
presents several interesting facts and statistics about the current and
predicted future usage of mobile devices. A clear trend in this article
is that business is “going” mobile and that in only a few years, the
number of mobile devices will significantly outnumber that of wired
devices and PCs used at work and at home. One message to extrapolate
from this is that mobile application development is the next big wave in
enterprise application development.
developers adding mobile as an access channel to enterprise business
systems need to maintain the same data validation, business logic, and
security levels as for traditional applications. And the mobile world is
a diverse set of platforms and operating systems - a far more complex
landscape than the four or five browsers that developers have had to
support in enterprise web-enabled solutions of the past.
enterprise application developers, a promising strategy for conquering
these “go mobile” challenges is to embark on a hybrid mobile development
approach that replaces the burden of device-specific native programming
with a consistent development model that uses standard technologies
platforms. One development tool suited for such a hybrid mobile
application strategy is the Oracle ADF Mobile feature of Oracle
Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF).
This article introduces Oracle ADF Mobile and presents a hands-on mobile development and deployment exercise. Read the complete article here.
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