New Version of Application Builder Cloud Service Available Today! By Shay Shmeltzer

Posted: November 7, 2016 in Community, JDeveloper & ADF
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If you’ve been using Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service before and you logged in again this week, you probably noticed that some things have changed – that’s because we just rolled out a brand new version with many new features for you to explore.

Here is a list of some of the key features in our June release available to you today:

Data visualization with charts and gauges

You can now add charts and gauges to your pages to visualize data in meaningful ways. Just drag new components to your UI and the simple dialog will prompt you to configure them.

Mobile responsiveness and design

A new toolbar lets you see and run your application in different screen sizes to see how it fits on various devices.

Built in automatic responsive design will adapt your layout to the screen size automatically.

But you can have finer control over what is shown in each device size with the new responsive behavior property tab, where you can for example hide area’s of the screen on smaller devices.

Declarative data aggregation fields

Need to know the total of your sales? Looking for the average size of an opportunity?

The new aggregated field dialog lets you summarize data from related objects very easily without writing any complex code. Read the complete article here.

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