Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service (ABCS for short) enables you (and your business users) to create rich web and mobile apps in a quick visual way from a browser with no-coding required (but coding is possible).
The UI that ABCS creates is based on Oracle JET, which many of our customers love because its responsiveness and lightness.
Some Oracle ADF customers have been on the hunt for a new client-side UI solution for their apps, and Oracle JET is certainly a technology that will work for those use cases.
A nice feature for Oracle ADF customers is that their data-access and business-service layer is built in a reusable way that is decoupled from the UI. And now, with the ability to expose ADF Business Components as REST service, they can use any modern UI framework to develop the UI including Oracle JET. There are already many blog entries with code samples on how to write JET apps that connect to ADF Business Components
But what if we could give you the simplicity of ABCS for the UI creation, the power of JET for the UI experience, and the ability to leverage your existing investment in Oracle ADF all without writing a single line of code manually?
Well, in the demo below I’ll show you how you can reuse the logic you have in Oracle ADF Business Component and build a JET based UI on top of them in a declarative way with Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service.
Basically you get the best of each tool – and you don’t need to write a single line of code !
In the 9 minutes demo I’ll show you how to:
- Create an ADF Business Components layer on top of Oracle Database in the Cloud – (0:00)
- Expose the ADF Business Components as REST service – (1:45)
- Deploy the REST service to Java Cloud Service (JCS) – (2:19)
- Create an Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service application – (6:00)
- Add an ADF BC REST Service as a data source to the app – (6:30)
- Create the user interface to your application – (7:20)
- Read the complete article here.
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