Monday Jan 21, 2013

ADF Developer Guides on Kindle

Just incase anyone missed this (and, ahem, I did as well) we publish Kindle ready formats of the various ADF Developer Guides.  Simply go to the HTML version of the guide and in the top right hand corner is a link to "mobi" - you simly copy this on to your Kindle and you have ADF Developer Guides on the move...perfect holiday reading! ;o)

Friday Jan 18, 2013

More Mobile Handson Sessions - this time Denver

My team have been involved in rolling out a number of hands on Mobile Application development sessions in the past months and February sees Lynn Munsinger running a mobile hands-on session at the RMOUG.  Mobile is without doubt one of the hottest technology challenges/opportunities for business at the moment and this is a great chance to get some real hands-on experiences of developing on-device applications for Android and iOS.

Wednesday Jan 16, 2013

ADF Coding and Project Standards Guidelines

For anyone embarking on an ADF development project you might want to set up some standards relating to coding and application structure.  Chris Muir from my ADF Enablement team has been leading and initiative to document many of these standards.  As he noted, there is no "one size fits all", but it should give you a broad set of best practices to follow.  Something to ensure you have close to habd when starting your next ADF project.

Friday Jan 11, 2013

Two new ojdeploy and WebLogic Server videos on YouTube

I've uploaded two new videos onto our official YouTube channel.  the first is Frederic Desbiens showing you how to set up a stand alone WebLogic Server instance and share it between JDeveloper and OEPE.  The second is from Chris Muir and introduces ojdeploy and how you can use ojdeploy to help in building your ADF applications.

Monday Jan 07, 2013

Best Practices for Integrating REST/SOAP Services into ADF.

We are often guilty of only demo'ing and documenting the Oracle ADF Business Components/Database side of development.  Of course, not all applications are based (directly) on a database.  Sometimes your application works only against a set of services.  This new ADF Insider recording explains some of the best pracitces for intgerating Web Services into Oracle ADF, including a discussion on wrapping them inside ADF Business Components.

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