With companies tightening their hold on budget, travel & events participation are at the top of the list for cuts. Realizing this, and the fact that we can't get every developer to come and attend one of our physical events, we are happy to offer you the opportunity to participate (more...)
As ADF customers continue to deliver production systems, we see an increased demand for training on ADF application design, architecture & best practices.
In response to these requests, the Oracle's ADF Product Management team is announcing the new ADF Architecture TV channel on YouTube, which will use weekly episodes (more...)
The new JDeveloper 12c comes with some pretty cool ADF Faces components that can make your applications (or demos) look even better.
For the session I did at the Kscope13 conference I built a small application that showed off some of these components, and now the JDeveloper 12c is available (more...)
Here is your chance to get started with Oracle ADF Mobile with our upcoming Virtual Developer Day.
On Aug 7th we'll conduct a half day of online training that will give you the base to start your Mobile development career.
Online sessions and labs with a direct Q&A channel to (more...)
We are very happy to announce the release of Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF 12c
This is a major new version for our tool and framework and contains a lot of new and enhanced features.
And while some of the features that were developed for 12c were backported into recent (more...)
Oracle Forms... anyone remember that? Well, we do and we wanted to share an update with everyone.
First, let's start by saying the Oracle Forms product is healthy, happy, and under active development in preparation for the next release. We have many new features and enhancements planned (more...)
Just got back from ODTUG's kscope13 conference which had a lot of good deep ADF content. In one of my session I ran out of time to do one of my demos, so I wanted to share it here instead.
This is a demo of how Declarative View Objects can (more...)
This entry might seem a bit trivial, but from experience I know that sometime new features that are added to the product are not detected by developers who just continue working in the "traditional way". Well here is a quick update on such a feature - PPR:
Way back in (more...)
I posted before on how to do code level debugging in your ADF Mobile application, but sometimes debugging is an overhead and you would rather just put out some log messages that will allow you to track what's going on where.
ADF Mobile has built in support for a logging (more...)
A new component that showed up in the JDeveloper 188.8.131.52 release is the af:listView component. This component will become more and more popular as more people target tablet devices with ADF Faces UI. The component allows you to create a scrollable list from a collection of data, (more...)
The dial gauge is a very visual way to show data in an application - and it has been there in Oracle ADF Mobile since 11.1.2. However in that release you could only use a range of 0-100 - well now you can do better with the new (more...)
If you are trying to deploy to an Android device with the new Oracle ADF Mobile 184.108.40.206 release there is a good chance that you'll run into a situation where your deployment will fail with the message -
Failed to locate the Google Cloud Messaging for Android (more...)
JDeveloper 220.127.116.11 just hit the streets and among the new features it contains are several new data visualization ADF Faces components including timeline, treemap, and sunburst.
I got to play with the sunburst component a while back while building some internal demos - so I thought I'll (more...)