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#325 Extreme Portal Deployments -
Uploaded on April 12, 2006
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5,000 tables, 100 schemas, 2000 developers - The data modeler of choice for Fusion Applications Development -
Uploaded on October 01, 2009
JDeveloper 11g contains many features specifically developed to support Oracle Fusion Applications development, but these are features that can benefit any team concerned with enterprise application development - regardless of scale or complexity. This demonstration-driven presentation will showcase some of the team-working features such as standards and version management, and reporting and impact analysis and the highly usable and scalable data modeling in JDeveloper.
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50 in 50: Oracle9iAS Portal Development -
Uploaded on April 12, 2006
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7 Tips to make you more productive with JDeveloper 11g -
Uploaded on October 01, 2009
This session is meant for developers who use JDeveloper on a daily basis and are looking to become more productive. We'll cover tips and tricks that many developers don't know about and can make your daily routine more productive - from code editor tips, to navigation around your code and to advance ways to find help.
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A Database-Centric Approach to J2EE Application Development (Where should code go: Java or PL/SQL?) -
Uploaded on April 12, 2006
Top paper from 2004 conference, database-centric approach to J2EE development
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A Guide to Fusion Web Development with JDeveloper 11g -
Uploaded on October 01, 2009
This presentation series, presented by the co-authors of the Oracle Press book Oracle JDeveloper 10g for Forms & PL/SQL Developers, explains how to use JDeveloper and ADF with the Fusion Technology Stack Oracle is using for Fusion Applications. It also builds a comprehensive sample application to demonstrate the techniques and best practices you can use to create custom applications.
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A Guide to Fusion Web Development with JDeveloper 11g -
Uploaded on October 01, 2009
This presentation series, presented by the co-authors of the Oracle Press book Oracle JDeveloper 10g for Forms & PL/SQL Developers, explains how to use JDeveloper and ADF with the Fusion Technology Stack Oracle is using for Fusion Applications. It also builds a comprehensive sample application to demonstrate the techniques and best practices you can use to create custom applications.
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A Marriage Made in Heaven: Enterprise 2.0 and ADF -
Uploaded on October 01, 2009
This session demonstrates how you can quickly and easily extend your ADF application by adding WebCenter Web 2.0 services, including Documents (UCM), Discussions (Jive), Tags, Links, and Search. You will also learn step-by-step how to add portlets and Oracle Composer to your ADF application to make it customizable at run time. If you have had enough of the theory and want to see how it's all done, this session is for you.
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A Simpler Way to Do Java? Well, That's Just Groovy -
Uploaded on October 09, 2008
Java is a remarkable programming language; there is really no arguing that. What can be argued, however, is its overall applicability. The same rigorous structure imposed by Java that aids a team of developers working on a mission-critical application destined to go through many revisions is a burden on the developer creating an intranet Web app to query a single table. There are, of course, simpler alternatives to Java; one language that warrants a closer look is Groovy. What makes Groovy different is that it compiles to Java bytecode, can leverage existing Java objects, was designed to be a part of the Java environment, and even has a JDeveloper plugin. Like it or not, it looks like Java is here for the long haul. And, like it or not, many seasoned developers have begun using Java. Groovy provides a path to Java proficiency that allows meaningful contribution along the way.
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ADF DEVELOPMENT: MORE TALES FROM THE TRENCHES -
Uploaded on September 22, 2009
JDeveloper with the ADF framework offers a productive environment for the development of enterprise JEE applications. The declarative approach is accessible and comprehensive for many developers, novice as well as expert. However, at the same time, ADF development can also be quite complex and challenging. In this session wed like to share our experiences on ADF development and provide you with best practices, tips and trics, dos and donts etc. Weve done several ADF projects and over the years we have improved our ADF development greatly. So learn from us, from our positive and negative experiences and from the lessons we've learned and see how you can apply them to your own environment to enhance your ADF development experience and to increase the quality of your applications.
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