The JDeveloper community is on the rise

I've started noticing a little trend lately.
It seems like more and more JDeveloper users are starting blogs and are starting to share their experience and samples on the web with others.

In case you missed them, here are some JDeveloper/ADF related blogs I came across in the past two weeks:
Andrejus Baranovskis

Chris Muir

Shay Van Keirsbilck

Gerger Consulting

Radovan Kobularcik

Veniamin Goldin

Daniel Uehara

Serafeim Karapatis

They all join the guys at Amis, IT-Eye, Logica CMG, jdevguru, and others as well as the many oracle employees bloggers... (see http://www.jdeveloperblog.com/ and http://blogs.oracle.com for a long list)

As I've been saying for a while, the information about JDeveloper is no longer just on the OTN site - it is all over the internet.
If you have a question your first step should be to google for it.
You'll be surprised in how many cases you'll find a solution on a blog.

If you are currently using JDeveloper then I'm sure you too had situations where you found a solution to a problem that took you some time to figure out.
So why not share your great solution with others?
Starting a blog is so simple these days with many free sites that will be happy to host your blog.

So go ahead start a JDeveloper blog, and don't forget to let me know the URL to your new blog.

Comments:

we have recently switched from myeclipse to to jdeveloper 10g. I have found jdeveloper some what similar to myeclipse but jsf, ejb3.0 support it good in jdeveloper. i did find any ajax support in jdeveloper and very very poor support for javascript. I am not certain about the future of ADF. I think it will not manage to keep up with ajax. jdeveloper debuggin support is so what less than myeclipse but it works. overall jdevelper is better product than myeclipse but oracle has to keep on improving to same java otherwise dot net will wipe it out

Posted by Amir Riaz on January 29, 2007 at 02:15 PM PST #

Welcome to the JDeveloper world. As far as Ajax support - we believe that the JSF components should provide you with Ajax support without the need for the developers to code the javascript and browser portability issues. You might want to take a look at what the ADF Faces components offer today and also at the preview of what they'll be offering next. Take a look at the recent Java newsletter for more on this topic. http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/java/newsletter/january07.htm I would be interested to know what you are missing in the JDev debugger. It does have some special tricks up its sleeve. Check out this for example: http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/howtos/10g/dbg_tips/debugger_tips1.html

Posted by Shay Shmeltzer on January 30, 2007 at 01:40 AM PST #

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