There’s a great sample sales app out there on the Oracle ADF Mobile Design wiki showing how task flows differ depending on a well-rounded understanding of user requirements.
Notice how using the device to take photographs during a meeting is missing from the tablet (let’s assume it’s an Apple iPad) task flow, yet present in the smart phone equivalent.
The iPad Photographer. Image from Curious Rituals: Gestural Interactions in the Digital Everyday eBook.
Using an iPad (more...)
For many of us, our first exposure to the concept of a dashboard was in the car. Indeed, the term is still used most frequently in that context. Since the days of the Ford Model T, dashboards in cars have come a long way.
Bentley Continental GTC dashboard (Source: WikiPedia)
Dashboards on the web, and in enterprise applications, have also come a long way since our first exposure to the pioneering digital dashboard (more...)
Prenez 30s ... pour répondre au sondage DBaaS (publié dans la barre de navigation)
If you haven’t talk to me IRL for the past 10 months, then I haven’t pestered you about the wonders of BLE and micro-location. My love affair with BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) beacons became clear when I heard at WWDC 2013 that Apple was implementing BLE beacon detection in their CoreLocation framework. Apple showed how a small BLE beacon sending a constant signal (UUID + Major + Minor *) at a given interval could help (more...)
I caught up with my clients at MongoDB to discuss the recent MongoDB 2.6, along with some new statements of direction. The biggest takeaway is that the MongoDB product, along with the associated MMS (MongoDB Management Service), is growing up. Aspects include:
- An actual automation and management user interface, as opposed to the current management style, which is almost entirely via scripts (except for the monitoring UI).
- That’s scheduled for public beta in May, (more...)
In mei geeft Oracle ACE Luc Bors weer een ADF 11g training. Deze training wordt gegeven in het kantoor van AMIS in Nieuwegein. In deze training leer je de basis van ADF. Een training op basis van presentatie, demonstratie en hands on, doorspekt met best practices en voorbeelden uit de dagelijkse praktijk.
De training is bedoeld voor ontwikkelaars die net met ADF 11g aan de slag zijn of aan de slag willen gaan.
On May 21st, 22nd and 23rd – AMIS and Oracle join forces for a three day event around enterprise application development with Oracle Fusion Middleware. The event targets senior (ADF) developers and application architects. It addresses many of the themes currently or shortly relevant to any organization: multi device UI, mobility, security, agile & automated software engineering, performance & scalability, user experience, web & mobile oriented architecture and cloud. It will discuss and demonstrate Oracle’s (more...)
The Simplified UI design patterns and guidelines for building the Oracle HCM Cloud and Oracle Sales Cloud simplified user interfaces are now available from the Oracle Applications User Experience team as an eBook.
The eBook covers the Oracle ADF-based UX design patterns, page types, and components used to build the SUIs, and now you can build your own cool UIs too.
The book is simple to read, it’s short, and it’s free!
ADF BC ViewObjects provide a very valuable mechanism to page through large data sets so that a user can navigate to a specific page in the results. Range Paging fetches and caches only the current page of rows in the ViewObject row cache (at the cost of another query execution) to retrieve each page of data. Range paging is very performing when your ViewObject has access to (hundreds of) thousands of database rows, and if (more...)
This blog post is part of a series of posts about humantask assignment. You can find the starting point of this series by following the next link.
In this post I will give an example of task assignment by Names And Expressions using Oracle Business Rules. I will use the same BPM process as in most of the other posts in this series.
Now we have the process, we can assign the task to a (more...)
At a recent customer I got the assignment to implement a SAML 2.0 configuration.
The customer is in this setup a Service Provider. They provide a student-administration application for the Dutch Higher Education Sector, like Colleges and Universities. The application conventionally is implemented on premise. But they like to move to a SaaS model. One institute is going to use the application from 'the cloud'. In the Dutch education sector, an organization called (more...)
The Heartbleed vulnerability is causing a major stir. Here are a couple of articles to help clarify what you should do and when: