Modernizing Oracle Forms for the Cloud Era

Posted: November 2, 2014 in JDeveloper & ADF
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We would like you to invite your partners and prospects to the session “Modernizing Oracle Forms for the Cloud Era” is available on-demand. This webcast will be delivered by Tshepo Madigage – FMW Consultant, ECEMEA Partner Hub – ISV Migration Cent South Africa.

The delivery is coming based on a request next to several different proposed Forms Migration paths and modernization methods that have been made available on the web. Register for the webcast here.

Using af:deck component to animate content in ADF 12c(12.1.3) by Ashish Awasthi
af:deck is new component introduced in ADF 12.1.3, see more detail on Oracle Docs
af:deck-Tag Referance
http://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1213/adf/tag-reference-faces/tagdoc/af_deck.html
ADF Faces Demo Server (deck demo)

As per oracle docs- The deck component is a container that shows one child component at a time. When changing which child is displayed, the transition can be animated. This component does not provide any built-in controls for choosing which child is displayed. Instead, you use some other component to control it. For example, you might use an external navigationPane tab bar or perhaps some external commandImageLinks to represent page progress dots. You are not limited to external controls, your deck might be displaying a series of images and you may want to put a link around each image to trigger advancing to the next image. In all of these cases, you will need to use an event handler function to change the displayed child.
So in this post i am going to show – how to use af:deck component with some animation effect? Watch the on-demand webcast here.

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