Shay Shmeltzer's Oracle Development Tools Tips

  • May 1, 2009

Weekend Watching - Oracle ADF Faces Overview Seminar

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

Are you stuck at home afraid to go out because of the swine flu epidemic?

Here is something to do while you are there - watch an online seminar....

The last time I posted an online seminar which gave an overview of ADF 11g, people responded and said they would like to see more of these.

So here goes the next one in this series

"RIA and Web 2.0 Development Made Simpler" was actually first presented at Oracle Develop last year in SF. Now you can watch a slightly updated version of it online for free here:


What you'll get in this 1 hour seminar is a brief introduction to what is RIA, what drives it and the approach Oracle is taking for building RIA and REA applications for Fusion with the Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client components.

Most of the session is actually a live demo that shows you both the development experience and the runtime user interface experience when working with ADF Faces. We cover templates, arranging your page content, advance data components, data visualization and framework capabilities such as windowing, drag and drop, partial page rendering, skinning etc.

If you think this format is cool, make sure to put the upcoming OTN" Virtual Developer Day on your calendar. You'll get to see more free seminar like this one as well as be able to do hands-on labs in a virtual cloud environment.

With the new economy and the swine flu scare - this type of virtual conference just might be the next big thing.

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Orlando Friday, May 1, 2009
    Thanks for another great video, some concepts that I was struggling with like ppr and templating now looks so easy, this format is so much better than reading through the tutorials, can we have more, it would be so cool to have a page for each component and an accompanying video of how to configure it. It is much easier to show off to the forms developers we have here, than to get them to read the formal documentation. Keep up the good work.
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