This is a fascinating insight into the effort and importance (more...)
Packt Publishing asked me to review Oracle ADF 11gR2 Development Beginner's Guide by Vinod Krishnan, so on a couple of long flights I managed to get through the book in a couple of sittings.
One point to make clear before I go into the review. Having authored " (more...)
I'm very pleased to announce that we are launching a new on line learning initiative called ADF Academy. The first release is focused on ADF Mobile. This is an interactive learning course which includes interviews with ADF Mobile experts, live demos, and quizes; all delivered through an engaging (more...)
June 12th will be the Scottish Oracle User Group at which I'll be presenting two sessions. The first is What to do with your Oracle Forms Applications and Developers. The second session will be Mobile Application Development for the Enterprise.
After the success of the generic mobile development SIG earlier in the year, the UKOUG are having a SIG focused on ADF Mobile, the technology behind the mobility of Fusion Applications. Topics include device integration, security, web service development for mobile and user experience. Its on the (more...)
For those of you looking at ADF Mobile for building on-device mobile applications we published a playlist called ADF Mobile - Integrating Device Services which brings together the various videos we recorded on how to integrate ADF Mobile applications with device features such as SMS, email and camera.
Oracle Forms remains a key technology that underpins many of our enterprise businesses. For companies looking to the benefits of cloud host, running Oracle Forms on the cloud is a viable option with new features we've added to Oracle Forms. I hope you managed to catch the webcast which (more...)
I'm off to the Oracle User Group Ireland tomorrow (12th March) where, amongst other things, I'll be presenting two sesssions:
- The Quick Start Guide to Oracle ADF is based on my book and is aimed at giving you a whistlestop tour of what ADF is all about.
- Mobile Application for the Enterprise will be focused on the hot topic of developing for mobile devices, the market, the challenges and some of the solutions.
I've also go my eye on "Mobile in Fusion: Rich User Experience Through Reusable Design Patterns" inbetween my sessions which should be an interesting insight on the user experience (more...)
Nice video from Qualcomm talking about their application development based around SOA, Oracle ADF and EBusiness Suite. Specifically points made about Oracle ADF:
- Modern, contemporary look and feel
- Don't have to have low-level code development