Like previous years, Vennster was present at the preview event with a couple of presentations. For those who visit OpenWorld, I've included the location and time:
- [UGF9898] Oracle on Your Browser or Phone: Design Patterns for Web and Mobile Oracle ADF Applications by Lonneke Dikmans and Floyd Teter (Sunday, Sep 22, 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM - Moscone West - 2003), and
- [CON6031] An Oracle ACE Production: Oracle Fusion Middleware Live Development Demo by Lonneke Dikmans, Lucas Jellema, Simon Haslam, and Ronald van Luttikhuizen.
The Live Development session is a unique session in which the presenters build and/or demo an application from scratch (depending on the available time and beamers :-) using Oracle Fusion Middleware products such as Oracle SOA Suite, BPM Suite, ADF, and JDeveloper.
The session description says it all:
"Many articles and presentations discuss various parts of Oracle Fusion Middleware such as Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle WebLogic, or Oracle Service Bus. Usually they do so in an isolated fashion. In this very special panel session, attendees will see at close range how it all comes together and what steps are necessary to create an end-to-end Oracle Fusion Middleware application. A team of brave administrators and developers shows how to develop different parts of an end-to-end Oracle Fusion Middleware application. Their work is monitored live while a moderator solicits audience questions. The team consists of Oracle Fusion Middleware specialists from the Oracle ACE Director program."
|Lonneke, Lucas, and Ronald at work during the Live Development preview session (thanks to Jacco Landlust for the picture)|
The slides for this session are available on Slideshare:
Next was Lonneke with her presentation on mobile and web patterns in ADF. Attend this presentation if you want to know why and how to engage your end-users in the design and development of (enterprise) applications. Learn how the available patterns from the Applications UX program help you build better and more useable applications.
"For those who are building Oracle software for browsers or mobile phones, Oracle provides a rich set of Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) design patterns that provide guidance on industry standards for creating rich, usable applications. Come to this session to hear two leading Oracle experts discuss how to make use of these patterns to ensure that you build applications that not only are useful for your users but also make them productive and satisfied."Hope to see you at OpenWorld !
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