JHeadstart 10.1.3 Evaluation Version Available!
By Steven Davelaar on Oct 09, 2006
Many customers asked for it over the past months, and as of today it is available: the free-downloadable evaluation version of JHeadstart 10.1.3 for ADF. The evaluation version is fully-functional: it contains the same set of features and functionality as the production version (including Service Update 1). The only limitation in this evaluation version is the number of ADF Business Components you can have in your workspace which is limited to 10 View Objects.
With this evaluation version, you will be able to generate sophisticated JSF applications that fully leverage ADF Faces, Oracle's comprehensive library of JSF UI Components, which is also available in the open source space under the name Trinidad.
Features that can be generated include wizards, shuttles, trees, list of values, multi-row insert/update/delete, advanced and quick search capabilities, deep-linking, multi-level tabs and stacked regions, table overflow regions, conditionally dependent items, file upload and file download, dynamic breadcrumbs, role-based security and more. And last but not least, all of the generator outputs are fully customizable by using powerful Velocity Generator Templates.
This evaluation version is certified against JDeveloper 10.1.3.0 as well as 10.1.3.1 which is expected to be released soon.
We believe that the combination of ADF and JHeadstart 10.1.3 provides you with a productivity and flexibility that is second to none as it comes to developing standards-based J2EE web applications. Do you think this is a bold statement? Well, then we invite you to try out this evaluation version. The easiest way to get started is by going to the excellent JHeadstart 10.1.3 Tutorial written by Steve Muench. This tutorial provides you with detailed step-by-step instructions on how to generate the aforementioned features, starting with the (simple) steps required to install the JHeadstart 10.1.3 Evaluation Version.
Additional material about this release, including viewlets, a FAQ, the Developers Guide, can be found at the JHeadstart Product Center.