Network with the best of Oracle’s ADF, Mobile, and Fusion Development community at Kscope14 June 22-26 in Seattle, Washington.
We've been working hard to bring you the stellar content you've come to expect from the best technology conference around. The June 22 Sunday Symposiums lineup is now available! The Symposiums will kick off Kscope14 and ensure your first day at the conference sets the tone for a week full of...
This article is Part 2 of a two-part feature on ADF Architectural Patterns. Building on the patterns described in Part 1, this article addresses the Two-for-One Architectural Pattern, the Cylinder Pattern, the Pillar Pattern, and then concludes the series.
The following is Part 1 of a two-part feature on ADF Architectural Patterns. The ADF Product Management team has developed architectural patterns for building ADF applications. Each pattern has pros and cons, and is suited to particular project requirements.
I hate to say it, but this post has taken me a year to write. No, it’s not a fine piece of literary work, rather it has taken a year to finally update the ODTUG Community blogs site. If you don’t know about the ODTUG Community blogs, they’re an aggregation of the top Oracle blogs in the world rolled