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This article will provide a live account of the three day Enterprise Mobility conference, hosted by AMIS in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands. Oracle ADF Product Managers Frank Nimphius and Chris Muir are the keynote speakers. They are joined by Willem de Pater, Steven Davelaar and Lancy Silveira from Oracle and Luc Bors, Frank Houweling, Paul Swiggers, Aino Andriessen and Lucas Jellema from AMIS. The presentations and demonstration during this conference cover the next step for most enterprises (with ADF or without): introducing enterprise mobility. Many of the themes currently or shortly relevant to any organization will take center stage: 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 vision and the upcoming generation of products.
The audience is composed of about 40 experienced ADF application architects and developers that not just sit back and relax, but share their experiences and ask the tough questions. How well does ADF fit in the mobile world? What is the role of ADF in a future that consists of HTML 5 and mobile? What is the long term evolution of ADF – and the use Oracle itself makes of the framework?
Note: the Twitter hash tag for this event is #amis_m2e (follow us on Twitter: live twitter-feed)
Friday 23rd May
16:30 Aino is still going strong. He is advocating the use of automation in our build, test and deployment processes. To use Maven (with 12c) and Ant (for 11g). To use Hudson or Jenkins to organize frequent, automated build in our development and testing environments and to perhaps look a little bit further (XL Deploy, Bamboo, Go) when it comes to deployment strategies for Acceptance Testing and Production environments. Read the complete article here.

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This is a minor patch release which contains some fixes for certain issues reported by customers. These are previously unpublished bugs. Other than the bugs fixed below, the known issues from version #11.1.2.4.39.64.62 (Jan 2014) still apply to this version.
Bugs fixed in this release:

Bug Number Description
18812172 ADF Mobile application hangs with an error “FAILED TO LOAD JS FILE : JS/AMX.JS”
18673237 SSL Invocation of E-Business Suite REST services from RestServiceAdapter fails
18673253 ‘Accept-Language’ header is not set in the login request in Android
17934748 ADF Mobile Framework is inserting stale login cookie

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Oracle Mobile Application Framework (Oracle MAF) is a hybrid mobile framework that enables developers to rapidly develop single-source applications and deploy to both Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android platforms. Oracle MAF leverages Java, HTML5 and JavaScript to deliver a complete MVC framework with declarative user interface definition, device features integration and built-in security.

 

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Easily create and deliver engaging user experiences for the enterprise on one secure platform, for any device, on any application, and any data. At our WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required) you can download a great introduction video of MobileSuiteIntroduction.mp4.

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This series of videos represent the entire session schedule for OTN Virtual Developer Day: Mobile Development for iOS and Android, originally presented during a webcast on August 7, 2013. Watch the videos here.

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Preparing to Go Mobile: Oracle ADF Mobile and Developing for iOS and Android

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Introduction to ADF Mobile

ADF Mobile: The Data Layer

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UI Design and Device Integration

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OTN Virtual Developer Day – Oracle ADF Mobile Hands-on Lab

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Whether you participated in the OTN Virtual Developer Day on Oracle ADF Development – Web, Mobile and Beyond and want to see the video presentations again, or you were doing something far less productive and only now realize your mistake, you can now relive the Virtual Developer Day experience with the complete collection of videos from the event, organized into playlists, all freely available on YouTube. View the playlist.

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Introduction

When building ADF Mobile applications that go beyond displaying read-only data, you quickly find yourself programming Java code. If you want to use the on-device SQLite database to store data locally, for example to cache data or to enable working in off-line mode, the amount of code you have to write quickly increases, and while programming you probably realize that you are repeating the same coding patterns for each web service that you want to call to read or write data. This article introduces the second release a the ADF Mobile Persistence extension created by the A-team which avoids most of these coding patterns by using highly generic Java code driven by metadata. In addition, the few Java classes that are still needed are auto-generated for you, and a default mobile user interface can also be generated. This extension takes ADF Mobile development to the next level, effectively allowing you to create within a few minutes a fully functional ADF Mobile application that reads and writes data using a remote web service. In addition all data is stored locally on the device in the SQLite database, allowing you to use the application in offline mode. Basic data synchronization functionality is also provided to process transactions made in offline mode. This article explains how to use the three main wizards from this extension that do all the “magic”. At the bottom of this article, you can find a link to download the extension and links to some videos that illustrate the development process.

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In the first part of this article, Going Mobile with ADF – Implementing Data Caching and Syncing for Working Offline Part I, written in October 2013, we described the architecture and programming effort required to implement data caching and data syncing functionality to your mobile application.

We also introduced the first release of the A-Team ADF Mobile Persistence extension in this article. Since then we have enhanced this extension significantly by adding four powerful design-time wizards. After installing the new version of this extension, you will notice a new category “ADF Mobile” in the New gallery under Business Tier. Read the complete article here.

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