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  • December 24, 2014

Get the Oracle Alta UI Demo Application with Oracle ADF Faces

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

The Oracle ADF team is happy to announce the release of the Oracle Alta Workbetter ADF application sample.

You can now get the complete source code for this sample application, so you can further learn how to develop cool user interfaces with Oracle ADF Faces that implement the Oracle Alta UI design patterns.

At the last Oracle OpenWorld conference where we announced Oracle Alta UI, we got great reactions from people who saw the new Alta UI in our new cloud services and apps. And with Oracle ADF Faces it is very easy to implement these type of user interfaces in your application too. 

The WorkBetter sample application is aimed at highlighting various aspects of Oracle Alta UI design patterns, and by looking at the source code you can learn how to implement each part of it. The application is hosted here so you can play with it.

Here is a quick video that shows you how the application looks and behaves at runtime.

You can get the source for the application from the Oracle ADF Sample Page

Then just extract the zip file, open the jws file with Oracle JDeveloper 12.1.3, and run the index.jsf file in the viewController project. 

Some of the things you'll see in the demo:

  • Responsive UI that changes based on screen size or device orientation
  • Flow layout implementation 
  • New layout components
  • The infotile reusable component
  • Extending the Alta skin

 You can learn more about Alta UI concepts from this Oracle OpenWorld presentation.

Need more help getting started with Alta? Check out some tips from other developers on our blog feed

What are you waiting for? It's time to start implementing the Alta UI in your applications.

We would love to see screenshots of your Alta UI implementations. 

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