JHeadstart at Oracle Open World
By Steven Davelaar on Nov 03, 2007
Next week, I will be presenting JHeadstart at Oracle Open World, under the title Oracle JHeadstart: Unprecedented Productivity in Developing Ajax-Enabled Oracle ADF Applications.
With thousands of sessions being scheduled, I decided to go for a teaser abstract:
In maybe the coolest demo of this conference, the speaker uses Oracle
JHeadstart to build a complete enterprise-class application from
scratch in one hour. Features include trees, shuttles, lists of values,
advanced search, tabbed regions, wizards, conditionally dependent
items, deep linking, flex fields, role-based security, dynamic menus,
and more. This presentation is a MUST-SEE for developers with a
Forms/4GL background who are considering moving to J2EE.
So, expectations are set I would say :-). And the best part is not even in the abstract. At the end of the session, I will use an alfa release of JHeadstart R11 to migrate the application in 1 minute to ADF 11, leveraging new features like page templates, tasks flows, and all the new ultra-rich user interface components.
Seeing is believing, if you are coming to OOW, the first session to attend on thursday november 15 (8:30 AM - 9:30) is in Moscone South 308!