Oracle is currently building their next generation of applications, Oracle Fusion, using a technology stack that centers around JDeveloper and the Application Development Framework (ADF). The user interface layer is being written using ADF Faces, a library of components based on the Java EE technology JavaServer Faces. This article describes JDeveloper, ADF, and ADF Faces, and explains how ADF can make the task of writing web applications easier. In addition, the article provides an overview of the JHeadstart plugin and explains how its declarative environment can rival that of Oracle Forms Builder and Oracle Designer. Finally, the article draws conclusions about whether a traditional Oracle development shop can achieve the productivity of an Oracle Forms environment using these tools.
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