The ADF Enterprise Methodology Group is an invaluable resource for ADF architects and experienced developers. Where else on the web can you discuss best practices and methodologies to deliver enterprise-level ADF applications? If you like it as much as I do, you will be glad to know there is an (more...)
Since July, I have been busy contributing to an exciting new initiative from Oracle. Our aim is simple: to revolutionize TV! While Apple's infamous iTV is still little more than a rumor, we are delivering! Ok. Maybe I got a little carried away... Anyway, if you are an ADF architect (more...)
One of the greatest things about JDeveloper 12c is the significantly improved support for Apache Maven. By default, the POM files produced by my favorite IDE contain some absolute paths, such as the folder for the ojmake/ojdeploy executables and references to project (.jpr) and application (.jws) files. Here is (more...)
ADF Insider recordings are probable one of the best parts of my job. They are a lot of work, sure. But they are lots of fun to do and join so many members of the ADF Community...
My latest recording is on the ADF Mobile local database. In it, (more...)
Last week, I had the wonderful opportunity to visit Moscow and meet fellow Java developers. I was one of the presenters at the JavaOne Russia 2013 conference, on April 23 and 24. There, I talked about ADF, ADF Mobile and even forms. I was even able to spare a few (more...)
One of the great difficulties in building a mobile application is building a strong web service back-end. If you are using ADF BC as your data access layer, service-enabled application modules are a compelling option. My good friend Frank Nimphius published an article in Oracle Magazine on that very topic, (more...)