Of course we all know GUI stands for Graphical User Interface, just as CLI stands for Command Line Interface, right!
Or, rather, a GUI is this nice, flashy screen where you can easily roam with your mouse, comparable to a multiple choice quiz, where the right answer is there for the picking.
A CLI on the other hand is this dark, mysterious blinking cursor… Nothing happens unless you know more or less what (more...)
Panel drawer icon is displayed in the top right corner of the dashboard:
User can click on (more...)
Here you can watch video, where I demonstrate PATCH, POST and DELETE methods (more...)
Inline Groovy expressions created with previous JDeveloper versions (more...)
I did a test to check how (more...)
I have changed it to JET rendering in ADF, instead of integration. Perhaps word 'integration' is too strong in this context. You should not mix two frameworks together, like trying to render data from (more...)
Sample application - DashboardApp_v2.zip, implements ADF dashboard UI and includes one tile rendered by Oracle JET. You (more...)
You should see how it works, check video based on sample application - DashboardApp.zip. Tiles are reordered as I (more...)
A couple of days ago I wrote my first blogpost about using Selenium for (unit)testing the user interface of an ADF application. This was more of a global blogpost about accessing ADF elements through Selenium. This time I am describing the solution of a more specific problem: Sorting ADF table components ascending or descending on a specific column.
The challenge we ran into, while writing our unittests, was that at one page of our application, (more...)
OOW’15 Session Slides – Oracle Alta UI Patterns for Enterprise Applications and Responsive UI Support
Here you can (more...)
During the project where I am currently working on, we use Selenium for (unit)testing the ADF user interfaces of the application. Most pages of our application contain multiple (nested) regions with elements that need to be filled or clicked using Selenium. One of the problems we ran into was that ADF does not always generate the exact same ID for an element at runtime, especially when the element is a child of multiple nested regions. In (more...)
One of the most heard questions is what is the different from Oracle JET with Oracle ADF? Will the one replace the other? Or (more...)
OOW’15 Session Preview – Oracle Alta UI Patterns for Enterprise Applications and Responsive UI Support
When you do both ADF & SOA development, this can be annoying when you just want to run your ADF application and the IntegratedWLS is busy starting up the SOA domain. One way to (more...)