Sunday Mar 16, 2014

Back-end to the Future: Using your Existing Oracle ADF Applications as a Pillar of your Mobile Strategy, white paper

Mobility has been a significant trend in IT for several years now. Laptops have been outselling desktops since 2008, and it seems that tablet shipments will surpass desktops in 2013 and laptops in 2014. In that context, the real question for your organization is not if it will build mobile applications, but when. To negotiate this transition successfully, one cannot ignore other technology trends.

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Thursday Feb 14, 2013

Oracle BPM and Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) by Dan Atwood

(This is an excerpt from Lesson 8 "Oracle BPM and ADF (Part 1)" from Avio Consulting's new self-paced online Oracle BPM Developer Workshop training.)

Understanding ADF's architecture is an essential step to understanding how to use it with Oracle BPM. This describes the different layers of ADF's architecture and how they tie to Oracle BPM.

ADF Model View Controller (MVC) Architecture
ADF is built on a Model View Controller design pattern that separates the data from how the end users interact with the data.


In MVC, the Model layer represents the underlying data that is exposed and manipulated. The View layer represents the web based user interface (UI) forms that end users interact with. The Controller layer is the connection between the Model and the View layers, taking what the end users see and change on the View's UI forms and connects it to the Model's source(s) of the data. Read the article here.

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Thursday Dec 27, 2012

Build Mobile App for E-Business Suite Using SOA Suite and ADF Mobile By Michelle Kimihira

With the upcoming release of Oracle ADF Mobile, I caught up with Srikant Subramaniam, Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle Fusion Middleware post OpenWorld to learn about the cool hands-on lab at OpenWorld. For those of you who missed it, you will want to keep reading.

Author: Srikant Subramaniam, Senior Principal Product Manager,Oracle Fusion Middleware.

Oracle ADF Mobile enables rapid and declarative development of native on-device mobile applications. These native applications provide a richer experience for smart devices users running Apple iOS or other mobile platforms. Oracle ADF Mobile protects Oracle customers from technology shifts by adopting a metadata-based development framework that enables developer to develop one app (using Oracle JDeveloper), and deploy to multiple device platforms (starting with iOS and Android).

Oracle ADF Mobile also enables IT organizations to leverage existing expertise in web-based and Java development by adopting a hybrid application architecture that brings together HTML5, Java, and device native container:

  • HTML5 allows developer to deliver device-native user experiences while maintaining portability across different platforms
  • Java allows developers to create modules to support business logic and data services
  • Native container provides integration into device services such as camera, contacts, etc

All these technologies are packaged into a development framework that supports declarative application development through Oracle JDeveloper. ADF Mobile also provides out of box integratoin with key Fusion Middleware components, such as SOA Suite and Business Process Management (BPM).

Oracle Fusion Middleware provides the necessary infrastructure to extend business processes and services to the mobile device -- enabling the mobile user to participate in human tasks – without the additional “mobile middleware” layer. When coupled with Oracle SOA Suite, this combination can execute business transactions on Oracle E-Business Suite (or any Oracle Application).
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Monday Sep 10, 2012

Learn Advanced ADF online – for free by Grant Ronald

DF knowledge is key for any BPM implementation! The second part of the advanced ADF online eCourse is Live now! This covers the advanced topics of region and region interaction as well as getting down and dirty with some of the layout features of ADF Faces, skinning and DVT components.

The aim of this course is to give you a self-paced learning aid which covers the more advanced topics of ADF development. The content is developed by Product Management and our Curriculum development teams and is based on advanced training material we have been running internally for about 18 months. We will get started on the next chapter, but in the meantime, please have a look at chapters one and two.

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Wednesday Jun 01, 2011

Summer Camps ADF & BPM & WebCenter

For Oracle Specialized partners who are working on the following projects / opportunities, we offer these advanced summer camps: image

All training sessions will be from HQ product management. The sessions will take place from June 20th until June 24th 2011 Lisbon – Portugal 2011. Participation is limited to two people per company. Registration is handled by first come first serve, please pay attention to the skill requirements, the pre-requisitions and the follow up! We will not accept people onto the training who do not match the criteria!

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