Are you interested in learning more about using Oracle Forms and ADF? Register today for one or all of our Oracle Forms & ADF webinars this January and February. Our presenters include Gert Poel, iAdvise, Madi Serban, PITSS, and Mia Urman, OraPlayer.
Thursday, January 10, 2013 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Oracle ADF Immersion: How an Oracle Forms Developer Immersed Himself in the Oracle ADF World
This webinar is brought to you in association with the ADF Enterprise Methodology Group.
In this session, you will get a clear overview of the basics that Oracle Forms developers (and Java laymen) need to know to start with Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) development. You will be immersed in Oracle ADF and learn the basics of several specific Oracle ADF features. Instead of boring you with a lot of slides, the session features demos that show how to get started with Oracle ADF.
Tuesday, January 22, 2013 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
ADF Essentials in 60 Minutes for Forms Developers
Join us in a free, one-hour Oracle Java ADF overview training. The best way to learn what ADF is all about is to start experimenting. We will develop an ADF application live from scratch and then compare the ADF and Forms architecture.
No buzzwords, no complicated technology stack discussions. Just the practical insights and the chance to quickly gain a basic understanding. For those of you who get hooked, we have prepared further training sessions and resources to learn more.
P.S.: Do you have a complicated Forms module and would like to see how it would look like with ADF? Just send the FMB file in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will redesign the Forms module with ADF and then compare the two applications, looking at where they have similarities, and where we would do things differently.
Thursday, February 7, 2013 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Take Your Oracle Forms on the Road Using ADF Mobile
The world has gone mobile so why haven’t your enterprise applications caught up? As more then 85 percent of today’s population owns at least one mobile device, it’s no wonder system users expect to access their applications from their mobile. Stop daydreaming about running your systems on mobile devices and start developing!