Partner Webcast – Oracle ADF Mobile - Implementing Data Caching and Syncing for Working Off Line
By Thanos Terentes Printzios-Oracle on Mar 31, 2014
Mobile access to enterprise applications is fast becoming a standard part of corporate life. Such applications increase organizational efficiency because mobile devices are more readily at hand than their desktop counterparts. A Mobile Application Framework enables rapid and declarative development of rich, on-device mobile applications.
In most cases, your Oracle ADF Mobile application will need to integrate with a remote data source to provide up-to-date data in the mobile application.
To enable offline usage of your mobile apps, you will need to implement data caching and possibly data synchronization with this remote data source.
This webcast discusses various data caching and
syncing strategies and how you can implement them using ADF Mobile and the
Oracle A-Team Mobile Persistence Extension.
This is a free extension for Oracle JDeveloper that significantly speeds up the development of ADF Mobile applications that need to cache data and/or support offline usage. An extensive demo is part of our webcast, which shows how to build a fully functional mobile application with data caching and synching in just a few minutes.
• Mobile Development
• Data Caching Strategies
• Challenges with Data Caching and Synchronization
• Invoking (secure) REST and SOAP web services
• Using the SQLite database
• Using the Mobile Persistence extension for Data Caching (with demo)
• Using the Mobile Persistence extension for Data Synchronization (with demo)
• Summary – Q&A
This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24hours prior to start time may not receive confirmation to attend.
Steven Davelaar - Consulting Solutions Architect – FMW Architecture Team
Date: Thursday, April 10th, 10am CEST (9am GMST/11am EEST)
Duration: 1 hour
Video Recording http://youtu.be/cdkvlgWQBDU
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