Monday Jan 21, 2013
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)
Monday Mar 05, 2012
By Grant Ronald on Mar 05, 2012
One of the common requirements when building an application on relational database tables is the ability to incorporate attributes from different sources into a data view which is more representative of the application requirement, rather than the database schema. ADF Business Components provides a powerful feature which can be used, for example, when viewing Emp data, you would want to displayed Department Name from the Dept table rather than just DeptId, which is less intuitive to the end users. To help understand the use case and how to implement it, we've just published this ADF Insider Essentials on YouTube which explains how you can do this.
Tips, Tricks, Events and Information around Oracle JDeveloper, ADF, and Oracle Forms
- Running Apex applications from ADF Mobile on-device
- Get a perspective on mobile development : UK event 14th May.
- ADF Architecture and Best Practices Continuing around the globe
- Oracle Mobile Strategy at OUG Ireland Conference
- Strategies for Moving Forms Applications to Mobile Devices
- What is Oracle Mobile Suite
- Survey for Oracle Forms Users
- Is ADF the right choice? Understanding your options
- ADF Mobile - attached device not being recognised
- ADF Architecture and Best Practices Course - March 11th - 14th 2014