One-Size-Doesn't-Fit-All: Oracle ADF Architectural Fundamentals : Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle Application Development Framework) practitioners will quickly realize that there’s no one-size fits all approach to creating an Oracle ADF application architecture. The unique challenges and requirements of your system will have a strong influence on the solution you finally build. Taking a step back from the nitty-gritty details of Oracle ADF, this presentation looks at the early decisions you need to make and what architectural choices you have in meeting your requirements.
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Integrating SOAP and REST Services in Oracle ADF : Oracle Application Development Framework Integrates with SOAP and REST services as a service client and service provider. This ADF Insider session shows the options you have for accessing remote SOAP and REST services from ADF and the best practices involved with this. In its second part, this session gives the available options to make ADF Business Components models accessible to SOAP and REST clients. Exposing ADF BC as a service provider allows you to support multi channel access, e.g. from Web, SOA-and-ADF mobile-client, to your business logic and data.
Building Web Services from an existing ADF : Each new line of code your write is a potential bug. Moreover, each line of code you add to your existing applications reduces your ROI. On the other hand, service integration is more important today than ever. Mobile applications require deep integration with your line-of-business applications to reach their true potential. Did you know that you can leverage the Oracle ADF applications you already have to build web services here it shows you how to build web services from an existing ADF application by refactoring the Summit ADF sample-application and discusses the various technology choices you will have to make.
Using a standalone WebLogic Server instance : With JDeveloper and Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse-OEPE, you can use two great IDEs to develop your ADF applications. Did you know that both can use standalone WebLogic Server instances instead of the integrated one? In this session, you will learn how to install such an instance and what benefits it will provide you. You will also see how to configure your favorite-IDEs to use a standalone WebLogic-instance.
Building Performant ADF Business Component Applications : This video gives you an insight into the workings of ADF-Business-Components and how you can use various parameters and features of the framework to ensure you build performant and scalable ADF Business-Component-Applications.
ADF Mobile Insider - Calling REST Services from an ADF Mobile App : REST services are one of the primary-mechanisms for communicating with server side business logic from a mobile-application. In this ADF Insider you'll learn how to call REST services from an ADF Mobile application.
Avoiding JSF and ADF Lifecycle Frustrations : The request lifecycle in web applications defines individual steps that incoming requests needs to pass before a response is returned to the requesting client. JavaServer Faces knows of 6 life cycle steps that need to process in order to read, insert, update and delete form data and to process navigation. Oracle ADF seamlessly integrates with the Java-Server Faces lifecycle, which makes understanding the lifecycle an important skill for every ADF application developer. This session explains the JavaServer Faces lifecycle from ground-up and how ADF fits into it. This session then continues discussing three popular use cases to provide expert insight to the lifecycle behavior and the required lifecycle manipulations to avoid developer frustration. Be aware the information in this sessions is not easy to digest and you want to plan in to watch it twice.
Take a Tour of the Improved Apache Maven Support in JDeveloper 12c : With JDeveloper 12c, Oracle has significantly improved the support for Apache Maven. Not only is there a new POM file editor, but also Maven plugins for both ojmake and ojdeploy. Discover the new features and see how you can create new Maven-enabled ADF applications and also add Maven support to existing ADF applications. If you don't know what Maven is, this ADF-Insider will explain the basics of Maven as well as some of the more advanced features.
Oracle Diagnostic Log Analyzer - ADF Request Analyzer and the JSF Lifecycle : In this ADF Insider we investigate the ADF Request Analyzer, a tool within JDeveloper's Oracle Diagnostic Log Analyzer which is designed to help you understand the runtime behavior of your program, including looking under the covers of the JSF & ADF Lifecycle. The ADF Request Analyzer is therefore an excellent debugging-aid in assisting developers with building their ADF-applications.