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Oracle's Roadmap to a Simple, Modern User Experience in Oracle Fusion Applications
Jeremy Ashley , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 27, 2013, Session 19, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Customizing Fusion Apps

Simplify your user experience. Lower implementation costs. Increase productivity. Delight your users. Are you looking to wow your employees with a user interface that is simple, modern, and compelling? Learn how Oracle's drive toward enhancing productivity helps you achieve value from your application's investment. This session will show you how you can exceed your employees' desire for enterprise data, delivered on any device, and then explain how to reduce the cost of your user interface customizations, configurations, and extensions.

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Build Your Business Services Using ADF Task Flows
Zeeshan Baig , AST Corporation
When: Jun 25, 2013, Session 9, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

ADF Task Flow is the most important and essential feature of ADF development which makes ADF unique in the battle of frameworks. This session will help you to understand different components and techniques to build task flows and will discuss some use cases.

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Goodbye Nightmare: Tips and Tricks for Creating Complex Layouts with Oracle ADF Faces
Luc Bors , AMIS Services
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 3, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

One of the most challenging tasks when developing an ADF application is achieving a proper layout. Both stretching components and the ones that don't stretch can make a developer's life into a nightmare. In this session you will learn best practices for creating complex layouts with ADF Faces. You will see how to use the various ADF Layout components and build the layout that you need.

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ADF Mobile: Best Practices for Developing Applications with Oracle ADF Mobile
Luc Bors , AMIS Services
When: Jun 25, 2013, Session 8, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

There are many web-based or device-native techniques to create mobile applications. To support multiple devices, such as iPhones, iPads, and Android phones and tablets, an application needs to be developed several times, using multiple tools, languages, and platforms. This dramatically lowers the ROI. Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) allow you to create one single application, based on HTML5, that runs on multiple mobile device platforms. This session demonstrates how to create a mobile application that can be used 'on the road' to perform relevant tasks, no matter what device is used. You will learn best practices on how to connect with server side datasources and the on device database. Finally you will learn how to integrate with device services such as calendar and camera.

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Don't Reinvent the Wheel: Tips and Tricks for Reuse in Oracle ADF
Luc Bors , AMIS Services
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 14, 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

For ages we have known that reinventing the wheel is not a smart thing to do. However, we as software developers tend to do this all the time. In this session you will learn how to avoid this by taking advantage of the reuse capabilities of the ADF Framework. You will see how to create Page Templates and use them throughout your application instead of creating the same complex layout over and over again. Next you will see how to create a reusable skin to use in your applications. Finally you will see how to extend the ADF Component Library with your own reusable declarative components and reuse them throughout your application.

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Developing Composite Application Dashboards with ADF and WebCenter Portal
John Brunswick , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 27, 2013, Session 17, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

It is common for a variety of back office applications to be required for a given job role to complete their work within an organization. Within each of these applications there are frequently numerous interface layers that a user must navigate through in order to access key information. For a given role it can make sense to optimize their view into the disparate systems through a single interface, reducing their time, effort, and ultimately cost. Attend this session to learn how the declarative power of ADF and WebCenter Portal can simplify the creation of unified views on top of your enterprise information. The session will deconstruct a live dashboard and show how to consume information from web services, databases, and content repositories, ultimately presenting it to end users leveraging master detail views in a role-based dashboard through WebCenter Portal.

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You Cannot Be Mobile without a Good Back-end
Frédéric Desbiens , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 25, 2013, Session 9, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

Smartphones and tablets are becoming commonplace and offer endless possibilities for organizations wishing to empower their employees and serve their customers better. Mobile applications, however, do not exist in a vacuum. They always connect to some back-end in one way or another. Experience has shown that an under-performing or poorly designed back-end will make even the best mobile applications useless. This session will show you how to build flexible and SOA-compliant back-ends using Oracle ADF in order to withstand the rigors of the mobile universe. It will also highlight how other Fusion Middleware products, such as Oracle SOA Suite, can provide more robustness and scalability to your back-end.

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ADF on the Cheap: A Look at ADF Essentials
Frédéric Desbiens , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 13, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

Your prayers have been answered; after years and years of waiting, you can now build and deploy ADF applications without having to pay one cent to Oracle. This is great news, but now what? The aim of this session is to explain what ADF Essentials is and to give you an overview of the Glassfish application server on which such applications will be deployed.

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Building Hybrid Oracle Forms and ADF Application - Enabling a Low-Risk Phased Transition
Co-presenter(s): Gavin Woods, PITSS America
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 11, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

Introducing new software technologies like ADF in organizations is accompanied by an increased risk during the initial roll-out phases, often because of insufficient skills within the development and operations teams. Training and experienced consulting support is certainly one way to reduce such risk but by avoiding "Big Bang" deployments and allowing an iterative phased approach to introduce new user-interface concepts probably enables the highest changes on project success. The latest versions of Oracle Forms allows integration with ADF technologies and enables, therefore, a phased transition from the old to the new technology. Learn how a Forms application can seamlessly integrate with ADF application based on the common WebLogic platform. The presentation includes a live demo of a customer case study with a highly-flexible calendar ADF application and its interaction with existing Forms Modules.

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Mobile Development: A Practical Example of Design Patterns in Action
Susan Duncan , Oracle Corporation
Co-presenter(s): Debra Lilley, Fujitsu
When: Jun 25, 2013, Session 10, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

Oracle's User Experience and ADF teams have worked together to produce a set of mobile design patterns that allow the development of intuitive, easy, and productive to use mobile applications. The patterns range from how to design your navigation, to list layout, to editing a business object, to how to invoke actions that yield a simple and apparent way to complete a task. These patterns work well across platforms (e.g. iOS, Android, and BlackBerry) and are supported by ADF. The patterns have been vetted in Oracle's own mobile products (e.g., Sales, Time Entry, Expenses, Field Service), and work across different user roles and product lines. In this session you'll see a practical example of building a mobile application using these scientifically proven UX design patterns to solve a real customer use case: a conference feedback application. Using ADF Mobile one hybrid mobile application will be developed for deployment both as an iOS and Android mobile app. The session will include a discussion on how the design patterns were used in approaching the problem by both the customer and ADF and UX teams and how this same approach is used for Oracle Fusion Applications. It will be jointly presented by Susan Duncan who leads Oracle's Mobile Development Program office and Debra Lilley, Oracle Customer/ACE Director instrumental in the Fusion User Experience Advocates Program: both active in mobile application design and development in their respective roles.

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Oracle XSQL for Reporting, Web PL/SQL Access, and More
John Flack , Synectics for Management Decisions
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 15, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

Oracle XSQL is a way to get XML into and out of the Oracle RDBMS by just writing SQL or PL/SQL. It is also built into JDeveloper and can be used with ADF applications. This presentation will explain and demonstrate the many ways that XSQL can be used to enhance your web applications.

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Improve Your ADF Fusion Application's Response Time by as Much as 70 Percent
When: Jun 27, 2013, Session 19, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

Does it take seconds too long to load some of your pages and you cannot figure out why? Is speed important and do your users demand a fast, responsive application? This session will explain how you can track and collect crucial information about the performance of your ADF application in a production environment. The session will demonstrate how to diagnose, report, and solve performance-killers, inefficiencies, and violations of ADF's best practices and how to derive quick-wins, statistics, and trends. Based on previous experience the load time of (slow) pages can be made seconds faster (depending on their construction), and you will be in full control of your ADF application.

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Hands-on Training: Building your first on-device Mobile Application with Oracle ADF Mobile
Joe Huang , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Hands-on Training Session 1A, 8:30 am - 10:15 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Hands-on Training

Learn how to develop iOS and Android applications with Oracle ADF Mobile. No prior ADF experience required. Learn how Oracle ADF Mobile simplifies cross device mobile development with declarative development approach. See how to present data and interact with device features such as camera and SMS in this hands-on lab.

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iOS and Android Application Development with ADF Mobile
Joe Huang , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 5, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Customizing Fusion Apps

Mobile development poses challenges for application developers because the space continues to evolve quickly and each platform has its own set of tools and frameworks. This session discusses how Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile and JDeveloper enable development in a consistent declarative manner. A hybrid, on-device application can be developed once and packaged for both iOS and Android deployment. This session will walk through the ADF Mobile feature set, including Android support, and will also talk about real-world use cases. The session will include demonstrations of both the ADF Mobile design time in JDeveloper as well as applications built with ADF Mobile running on iOS and Android.

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Extending the ADF Mobile Framework for Advanced Capabilities
Joe Huang , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 25, 2013, Session 6, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

You already know Oracle ADF Mobile can build powerful and compelling mobile apps across multiple mobile platforms. But what if you need to instantly push notifications to mobile users? Or if you need to integrate different contents such as your own HTML pages into an ADF Mobile application? One of the most powerful feature of ADF Mobile is its ability to support advanced application functionality. In this session we'll go beyond the basics and discuss such topic as: * Seamlessly integrate device native push notification capabilities into an ADF Mobile application. * Display file content or integrate local or server-generated HTML content. * An early look at how to extending device integration with PhoneGap/Cordova plug-ins, and a few other features planned for the next version of ADF Mobile.

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Oracle ADF & JDeveloper for Forms Developers
John King , King Training Resources
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 3, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

Oracle Forms is a strong product with years of future. But, Oracle Fusion Applications use JDeveloper and Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF). JDeveloper has become a robust development tool for Java, and ADF has become a useful Forms-like application development tool. This session illustrates how Oracle Forms Developers can use JDeveloper and ADF to create Java-based web applications.

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Oracle ADF Task Flow Beyond the Ten-Minute Demo
John King , King Training Resources
When: Jun 25, 2013, Session 6, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

Oracle's Application Development Framework (ADF) is an excellent tool for creating robust applications. Part of ADF's strength is the built-in Model-View-Controller (MVC) design inherited from Java Server Faces (JSF). Using a series of XML files (of course) the flow of ADF Faces applications can be managed by the controller properly. The Task Flow process seems a little unwieldy to experienced UI developers, but the advantages of "not breaking" the Controller are worth it. In this session you will see how ADF's Task Flow may be used to quickly and easily manage the flow of an application.

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The Arrangement of the Screens: Introduction to Layout in ADF Faces
Peter Koletzke , Quovera
When: Jun 25, 2013, Session 10, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

This presentation addresses how you can implement a layout design using Application Development Framework Faces Rich Client (ADF Faces RC) components. It explains the different categories of ADF Faces layout components and their properties that allow the developer to work declaratively. The presentation also discusses the embedded support for visual editing, including some little known features like the Design This Container. It also explains and demonstrates container component techniques such as modifying the standard tab order. The session ends with some advice about how to approach creation of a specific layout including using resources such as cheat sheets, component guides, and component documentation.

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ADF On Ramp: What You Need to Know to Use ADF
Peter Koletzke , Quovera
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 11, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

This presentation explains and shows what kinds of development methods you will use when working with Application Development Framework (ADF) in JDeveloper. It provides guidelines for how much you need to know about the various languages used and the core ADF technologies: ADF Business Components, ADF Faces, and JavaServer Faces. It also describes and shows the files you will use to build an application and to test the application. In addition, the presentation offers advice on how to learn what you need to know before starting Java web development in JDeveloper.

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WebLogic Server Application Security - Implementing the Superstition With ADF Security
Peter Koletzke , Quovera
Co-presenter(s): Duncan Mills, Oracle
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 16, 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

Designing user access to specific parts of your application is important for all types of applications, but security plays an even larger role in web applications that are usually open to access from a wider user base. Oracle WebLogic Server, a Java EE runtime container, provides Oracle Platform Security Services, which enables developers to use standard Java security libraries to implement access control in their applications. This session explains application security concerns and techniques and discusses and demonstrates how to set up ADF Security for ADF web applications. It also discusses how to store test user credentials, tap into existing Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) providers, and declare access for resources such as pages, task flows, and business components. It also describes how to set up declarative properties to hide or disable items based for specific user roles.

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Oracle Fusion & Cloud Applications: A Platform for Building New User Experiences
Jake Kuramoto , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 1, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: SOA and Fusion Middleware

Do your users keep bringing new gadgets to work? Not just the latest tablets and smartphones, but wearable smart devices, and even cyborg-like glasses? Your users are no longer tied to their PCs, and neither are enterprise applications. See how Oracle's Applications User Experience team is bringing Fusion Applications data to new devices and platforms. Find out what technology trends we are paying attention to, and what our own applications developers are exploring for the future.

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Extending Fusion Applications: What, Who, Why, When, and HOW
Debra Lilley , UKOUG / Fujitsu
Co-presenter(s): Susan Duncan, Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 2, 9:45 am - 10:45 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Customizing Fusion Apps

In Fusion Applications all the focus is on the user experience and extending what is delivered needs to follow those principles. But more importantly, Fusion Applications are the shop window of Fusion Middleware so it is important that all developers understand what is happening here. This presentation looks to answer those five simple questions.

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Adaptive Applications - A New Way of Looking at ADF
Duncan Mills , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 15, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

You might be tempted to view applications built with the Oracle Application Development Framework as being monolithic and inflexible, but how wrong you would be! In this advanced session Duncan will reveal some of the true underlying power of the framework, illustrating some core techniques that will lift your your ADF applications into the cloud and beyond. The paper will cover such techniques as adaptive bindings, design time at runtime and dynamic User Interfaces, all gleaned from Oracle's own internal use of ADF for building Enterprise applications.

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Classical Mistakes with the Oracle Application Development Framework
Duncan Mills , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 27, 2013, Session 18, 9:45 am - 10:45 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

We learn, it is said, through our mistakes, and this is never truer than in the world of software engineering. In this dynamic session, the speakers share some of the bad practices and downright errors they have seen again and again throughout the Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) development community. Of course, it's not all doom and gloom; they'll actually also show you how to do it correctly and perhaps open your eyes to some cool new techniques along the way. This session is a must for any aspiring Oracle ADF developer looking for entertainment and education at the conference.

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How to Migrate an Oracle Forms Application to Oracle ADF
Lynn Munsinger , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 2, 9:45 am - 10:45 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

For many, the attraction of Oracle Fusion Applications and its underlying technology, Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), may be a compelling reason to look at moving their existing applications to this new technology. But how can you do it? Many of you will have over twenty years' investment in hundreds of Oracle Forms applications. Do you rewrite? Can you perform automated migration? Should you redevelop from scratch? Can you salvage any of your existing code or skills? This presentation takes you through the decision process of looking at leaving a technology such as Oracle Forms and moving to Oracle ADF. It examines product roadmaps, design decisions, rearchitecture considerations, tools, and methodologies and shares real customer experiences.

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Hands-on Training: Complete Oracle ADF Application in 60 minutes
Lynn Munsinger , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Hands-on Training Session 4A, 1:45 pm - 3:30 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Hands-on Training

Never tried Oracle ADF development before? Still think ADF is hard to develop with? Come and experience the Oracle ADF development on your own machine. See how far you can get building rich Web based applications with the latest version of Oracle ADF and without the need for low level coding. In the process you'll get familiar with the various layers and technologies used in Oracle ADF.

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Fly First Class: ADF Development Team Essentials
Lynn Munsinger , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 12, 9:45 am - 10:45 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

ADF is a first-class framework. Come to this session to learn how to create a first-class development team for building ADF applications. Whether you are a developer, team lead, or development manager, this session will help you understand how to set up your project for success. From training considerations for your developers to must-have resources, as well as key coding guidelines and reuse considerations, the essential elements of successful ADF application development are explained so that your team will be equipped to create compelling, usable, elegant applications that are performant and easy to maintain.

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Getting the Most Out of Your ADF Application - Integrating ADF with SOA
Lynn Munsinger , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 16, 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: SOA and Fusion Middleware

ADF is Oracle's next generation framework to build powerful enterprise applications. This session will teach you how to best leverage this rich framework in your BPM/SOA application. The session will rely on demonstrations to illustrate integration hook points so that you'll understand how to extend the usefulness of your organization's ADF applications, and how to customize BPM task forms to fit your organization's needs.

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CRUX (CRUD meets UX): Oracle Fusion Applications Functional UI Design Patterns in Oracle ADF
Ultan O'Broin , Oracle America, Inc
Co-presenter(s): Edward Roske, interRel Consulting
When: Jun 27, 2013, Session 17, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Customizing Fusion Apps

Oracle has invested in user experience (UX) science for Fusion Applications. How can ADF developers benefit? This session explains the top functional UI design patterns and how using them with ADF brings a Forms-based CRUD UI to new levels of usability and user productivity.

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Introduction to Oracle ADF Faces Skinning
Shay Shmeltzer , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 4, 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

One of the key capabilities or Oracle ADF is the ability to change their look and feel. This session will introduce you to the art of skinning Oracle ADF Faces to achieve your desired look and feel. Learn how skins are defined, how to set up your project, and which tools are available for you to help in the development of your skins.

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Oracle ADF Business Components - Beyond the Wizards
Shay Shmeltzer , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 5, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

JDeveloper makes it very simple to create business services that interact with database tables using the ADF Business Components wizards. But what happens when the wizards are done? This session will teach some of the basic techniques and tips for getting even more functionality from your ADF Business Components.

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Hands-on Training: Web based Dashboards and Data Visualization Made Simple
Shay Shmeltzer , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 25, 2013, Session 8, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Hands-on Training

Need to display data in meaningful ways? Looking to impress management with beautiful data visualizations? Come and learn how the Oracle ADF Data Visualization components can help you achieve an impressive web dashboard quickly. Create interactive charts, maps, gauges, and more.

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Speed-Dating Oracle JDeveloper 12c and Oracle ADF New Features
Shay Shmeltzer , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 13, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

Oracle JDeveloper 12c is the new major release of Oracle's flagship IDE and the embedded Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF). This session explores new features in Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF, like the integration of Maven, JavaEE 6 support, REST integration, JavaServer Faces 2.0 support, improved skinning, the new XML-less JavaBean data control, ADF Business Components enhancements, Tablet support, new ADF Faces and DVT components, and many more. Developers who are not yet on Oracle JDeveloper 11g R2 will learn about technology changes and their path to upgrade to the Oracle ADF stack in Oracle JDeveloper 12c.

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Build Your First Oracle SOA (BPEL) Project
Brian Spendolini , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 1, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: SOA and Fusion Middleware

Curious about SOA? Know what BPEL means? Dare to do battle with the schematron? Come to see how to build your first SOA project incorporating many of the 11g SOA suite features such as the mediator, BPEL projects, tech adapters, and schematron!

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Oracle Developer Cloud Services
Greg Stachnick , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 14, 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

In this session, get to know Oracle Developer Cloud Services, a hosted environment for your application development infrastructure, including version management, build services, tasks, and defects tracking, wikis, document storage, and more.

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How Do I Do This in ADF ?!?! ADF for Oracle Forms / APEX / PL/SQL Developers
Mia Urman , OraPlayer
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 4, 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: ADF for Beginners

As any developer knows, beginning development with a new technology can be scary and frustrating. We can spend full days looking for how to do a basic task that we know how to do with our eyes closed in our current development technology. This session will dive into the major features needed to build enterprise applications and explain how to do them using Oracle's ADF technology. The session will begin with an overview of the essential ADF components and how they map to the comparable Oracle Forms application components. Next the session will review common development needs and how they are accomplished in ADF (including common triggers, list of values, validations, master-detail canvas design, and more). The session will answer all your burning questions like: How do we make a post_query trigger in ADF? What is the equivalent of a canvas, block, etc. in ADF? The session will also cover basic integration and how to run Oracle Forms business logic from ADF applications. And of course show lots of demos! Attend this session if you're a developer that has seen a few ADF sessions or done a hands-on, but have yet to get started.

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Integrate ADF Applications in Heterogeneous Software Architectures
A. Gavin Woods , PITSS America LLC
When: Jun 25, 2013, Session 8, 11:15 am - 12:15 pm
Topic: ADF and Fusion Development - Subtopic: Advanced ADF: Mobile, Cloud, Web Services, etc

The growing popularity of ADF as software architecture inevitably triggers requirements to integrate ADF applications into an existing and in most cases heterogeneous application infrastructure. ADF offers several interface alternatives to enable and meet the most common integration requirements. The session covers an in-depth look at implementation scenarios and examples using Java, JavaScript, Web-Services and Oracle's External Events.

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