Free Advanced ADF eCourse now available

A common past complaint on the ADF EMG is that it's hard for members to attend Oracle Open World and other user group events.  This means you can miss out on ADF presentations from Oracle staff which often have all those little tips and tricks, indepth discussions and personal war stories that make learning and using the product easier.

I'm happy to say Oracle has taken steps to solve this by releasing a free Advanced ADF eCourse with combined content from many presentations.  This online course is available to everyone regardless where you're located on the big round blue-brown thing.

If ADF users are interested in other high level training courses beyond the how-do-I-get-this-poplist-to-work type questions, feel free to suggest ideas to your favourite product manager or post something similar on the ADF EMG.

Comments:

Hi chris,

This is great... I'm a long time oracle forms/reports developer . I'm trying to get into ADF.. I know java and xml but the problem I face is using ADF faces. There are so many components and some times you have to use another component first before using the one you want.. I hope I'm explaining correctly.. Is there demo/tutorial that explains in rather simple way.

Thank you so much,
Raj

Posted by guest on March 07, 2012 at 03:59 AM WST #

Hi Raj

Welcome to the world of JDeveloper and ADF. I too started as an Oracle Forms and Reports programmer and I must admit when I started in the JDev world a few years back there wasn't much material available for beginners. However today this has completely changed and there is a huge amount of information to help you start out.

Because there is now *so* much material available to you, so you don't get lost what I suggest you do is watch the following viewlet by Lynn Munsinger entitled the "ADF Collateral Tour". This viewlet will take you through the many resources available to you, but also most importantly, will give you a structured learning path: http://bit.ly/z8GBZb

Good luck with your new chosen ADF path :-)

Regards,

CM.

Posted by Chris Muir on March 07, 2012 at 12:42 PM WST #

Thank you so much Chris..

Posted by guest on March 07, 2012 at 09:20 PM WST #

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