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clip_image002The Oracle ADF team is happy to announce the release of the Oracle Alta Workbetter ADF application sample.

You can now get the complete source code for this sample application, so you can further learn how to develop cool user interfaces with Oracle ADF Faces that implement the Oracle Alta UI design patterns.

At the last Oracle OpenWorld conference where we announced Oracle Alta UI, we got great reactions from people who saw the new Alta UI in our new cloud services and apps. And with Oracle ADF Faces it is very easy to implement these type of user interfaces in your application too.

The WorkBetter sample application is aimed at highlighting various aspects of Oracle Alta UI design patterns, and by looking at the source code you can learn how to implement each part of it. The application is hosted here so you can play with it. Here is a quick video that shows you how the application looks and behaves at runtime. You can get the source for the application from the Oracle ADF Sample Page. Read the complete article here.

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clip_image002In the previous blog entries I showed you how to create an ADF project that uses the new Alta UI and then showed you an example of implementing one of the design patterns for a flip card. In this blog/video I’m going to show you how you can further fine tune the look and feel of your Alta application by modifying and extending your skin with CSS.

At the end of the day, this is going to be done in a similar way to how you skinned previous ADF applications. (If you have never done this before, you might want to watch the videos in these two blog entries).

But since the skinning design time is not completely there for Alta in JDeveloper 12.1.3 there are a couple of tricks. Specifically when you create the new skin, you’ll need to change the trinidad-skins.xml file to indicate it is extending the alta-v1 and not skyros-v1  – <extends>alta-v1.desktop</extends>

Then the rest of your tasks would be basically the same (although you won’t see the overview tab in your skin editor).

Watch the YouTube video here.

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clip_image002At Oracle OpenWorld this year Oracle announced the new Oracle Alta UI – a set of UI guidelines that will help you create better looking and functioning applications. We use these guidelines to build all our modern cloud based applications and products – and you can use it too today if you are on JDeveloper 12.1.3.

The Alta UI site is at http://bit.ly/oraclealta

Take a look for example at one page from the master details pattern page:You might be wondering how do I go about starting to create such an Alta page layout? Below is a quick video that shows you how to build such a page from scratch. Read the complete article here.

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clip_image002During Oracle OpenWorld 2014 we announced the Oracle Alta Mobile UI Design Guidelines. Oracle Alta UI is a new user interface design system that enables developers to create modern, visually pleasing, consistent and engaging interfaces across delivery channels. It provides a simplified component structure with more open space to keep the focus on the data. A broad and rich component set is available, with a native look and feel. The system is based on years of design and usability analysis from both platform and application UI specialists.

Oracle Alta Mobile UI provide a set of guidelines and best practices. This includes information on:

  • Design style including colors, icons, etc…
  • Details on MAF components used with this theme
  • Common enterprise design solutions shown in Mobile patterns
  • Examples shown in demos, sample code and galleries
  • Help getting started with Oracle Alta UI and MAF
  • Resources for Oracle Alta UI on the browser and the icon system

Oracle Alta Mobile UI Design Guidelines provides a good background on the default styles and capabilities of the MAF components, while giving design solutions on how to put those building blocks together into common enterprise design components.  

You can access the Oracle Alta Mobile UI Design Guidelines with a phone, tablet or desktop. Please take a few moments to learn more about Oracle Alta UI and how it can help with your current and future applications.  Try the Sample ADF Faces Alta Application from Oracle!

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clip_image001Great news for all ADF developers , Oracle has launched a design system for better user experience – Oracle Alta UI (much more than skin) see press release- Oracle Announces New User Interface Design System for a More Engaging Customer Experience
As per documentation –
Oracle Alta UI is a new user interface design system that enables developers to create modern, visually pleasing, consistent, and engaging interfaces that can be easily distributed across all delivery channels.
The Oracle Alta UI design system provides a set of guidelines and best practices. The system is based on years of user experience and usability implementations and analysis by leading UI and design specialists.
Oracle Alta UI-based applications feature a simplified component structure and more open space to keep the focus on data.
See details of Oracle Alta UI- Oracle Alta UI
I have created a simple master detail page using Departments and Employees table of HR Schema using Jdev 12.1.3
by default skyros skin is applied in fusion web application, you can see this in trinidad-config.xml file under WEB-INF node Read the complete article here.

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clip_image002WHAT IS ORACLE ALTA UI?

The all-new Oracle Alta UI system was used to develop the most recent Oracle Cloud products, the latest versions of Oracle Fusion Applications, a number of innovative mobile applications, with many more to come.

o Fully redesigned UI component set and interactions

o Fresh visual design complements modern layout approach

o UI conducive to responsive design techniques

o Native Mobile UI

· GETTING THE MOST OUT OF ORACLE ALTA UI

WHAT MAKES ORACLE ALTA UI DIFFERENT?

o Fewer elements and cleaner designs

o Minimal UI chrome with fewer nested borders and lines

o Multi-device support with flowing page layout

o New icon system complements clean page design

o Mobile-friendly, with larger touch targets and flexible page widths

· BROWSER PATTERNS | MOBILE PATTERNS

WHY IS ORACLE ALTA UI IMPORTANT?

o Simplified component structure and more open space keep focus on data

o Less chrome means faster loading of critical content

o Browser and mobile technology support

o Flexibility with simpler, modular, components

· GETTING THE MOST OUT OF ORACLE ALTA UI | GETTING STARTED FOR DEVELOPERS

Read more information about Alta UI here

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