Going Mobile: Application Design Principles for ADF Development
Peter Koletzke, Quovera (Editor's Choice Award winning entry)
In the not too distant past, application developers and designers were often tasked with building applications that supported different resolutions in a desktop computing environment. Today they need to think about supporting mobile as well as desktop devices. User interface design for mobile devices requires more planning than user interface design for desktop computers because it needs to accommodate more than just different resolutions; specifically, it requires careful thought directed towards mobile device features such as touch interfaces, the ability to shift orientations, and embedded services. Oracle has spent much time, money, and talent on the question of how to best design an application to run on mobile devices.
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