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AMIS, 20th November 2012 – Luc Bors & Lucas JellemaADF MOBILE
THE MOBILE VISION OF ORACLE•   Provide extensions to Enterprise Applications on Mobile    devices – to support work anytim...
ORACLE FUSION MIDDLEWARE STACK –PLATFORM FOR BUSINESS INNOVATION
TASK FOR (FUSION) MIDDLEWARE:ENABLE MOBILE•   Security     – Support for Mobile Developers &       Applications in IDM 11g...
THREE TRACK APPROACH               Mobile Browser                         Native Apps     Mobile                Rich Mobil...
ADF ARCHITECTURE                           Desktop                    Mobile           Browser-Based                      ...
ADF MOBILE BROWSER•   Support for accessing ADF applications via the Mobile    Browser has been around since 2005/2006    ...
ADF MOBILE – FIRST GENERATION•   Started around 2008•   Targeted BlackBerry & Windows Mobile•   Capable of Off Line     – ...
ADF MOBILE – SECOND GENERATION•   Announced at Oracle Open World 2011:•   Leverage existing ADF infrastructure,    compone...
ADF MOBILE INSIDE ORACLE•   Oracle Applications is getting mobilized using ADF Mobile     – Fusion Applications     – eBus...
ADF MOBILE – SECOND GENERATION•   Oracle Open World 2012 (last October)     – Mobile one of the core themes!     – … still...
AND NOW LUC IS SET FREE…
Introducing ADF Mobile - and Luc Bors(AMIS SIG, 12th November 2012)
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Introducing ADF Mobile - and Luc Bors(AMIS SIG, 12th November 2012)

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On October 22nd, Oracle released ADF Mobile - an extension to the ADF framework for developing mobile applications for iOS and Android. On November 12th, AMIS organized the first knowledgede ssion and hands-on lab outside of Oracle. Luc Bor- who participated in the beta-program - demonstrated ADF Mobile, shared his experiences and organized a hands-on lab. He was introduced by Lucas Jellema, who briefly outlined history and strategy from Oracle with regards to mobile development.

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  1. 1. AMIS, 20th November 2012 – Luc Bors & Lucas JellemaADF MOBILE
  2. 2. THE MOBILE VISION OF ORACLE• Provide extensions to Enterprise Applications on Mobile devices – to support work anytime & anywhere – For ISVs and Customers – And first for Oracle Applications• Primary use cases: – Dashboard & monitoring – Documents and Collaboration & BYO Device – Act – perform tasks in business process (especially: decide!) – Gather input ‘on site’• Also: provide ‘mobile consoles’ to perform cloud administration tasks
  3. 3. ORACLE FUSION MIDDLEWARE STACK –PLATFORM FOR BUSINESS INNOVATION
  4. 4. TASK FOR (FUSION) MIDDLEWARE:ENABLE MOBILE• Security – Support for Mobile Developers & Applications in IDM 11gR2• Data – Support for REST-ful data services in APEX (4.2), ADF (12c), Java/JEE, SOA Suite and Oracle Service Bus• User Interface – Facilities to develop user interfaces that are accessible on mobile devices – leveraging middleware services – Mobile apps for WebCenter Spaces, OBI EE, WebCenter Content (pka UCM)
  5. 5. THREE TRACK APPROACH Mobile Browser Native Apps Mobile Rich Mobile Browser Browser • small screen • targeted at Tablets • Access to device • low resolution • no Flash features (camera, email, • simple JSF • Adaptive Layout contacts, GPS) components • (multi-touch) • Local storage • low(er) band- gestures • Off-line/disconnected width • mobile aware (& synchronization) • plain HTML & component • AppStore deployment CSS rendering • HTML 5 • deployment/access through browser • on line (connection required)
  6. 6. ADF ARCHITECTURE Desktop Mobile Browser-Based WS* ADF Mobile Web View Office JSF ADF Faces JSP Swing Native Browser Service JSF ADF Controller Struts ControllerMetadata Services (MDS) ADF Binding Model Business Java EJB BAM Web Services BPEL BI Portlets ADFbc Services Data Services Database Web Services Legacy Systems Apps Unlimited
  7. 7. ADF MOBILE BROWSER• Support for accessing ADF applications via the Mobile Browser has been around since 2005/2006 – In ADF 11g: ADF Mobile Browser via Trinidad Components• Rendering to many different devices using Phone specific skins
  8. 8. ADF MOBILE – FIRST GENERATION• Started around 2008• Targeted BlackBerry & Windows Mobile• Capable of Off Line – Working with Oracle Lite for local storage – Using Oracle Lite Mobile Server to manage synchronization to the server database• Luc was active since 2009: – Doing research, writing articles, presenting, … – Preparing for ODTUG 2011…• ADF Mobile 1st Generation was discontinued in Spring 2011
  9. 9. ADF MOBILE – SECOND GENERATION• Announced at Oracle Open World 2011:• Leverage existing ADF infrastructure, components and skills• Targeting iOS (iPhone, iPad) and Android• Hybrid applications and largely device independent development – HTML 5 – Java (using embedded JVM) – Framework (PhoneGap/Apache Cordova) to adapt to specific APIs for mobile device features – Option to integrate purely native elements• Beta program starts soon… – Luc entered Beta program on day one – Release expected… Spring 2012/Summer 2012/Fall 2012?
  10. 10. ADF MOBILE INSIDE ORACLE• Oracle Applications is getting mobilized using ADF Mobile – Fusion Applications – eBusiness Suite – PeopleSoft – JD Edwards
  11. 11. ADF MOBILE – SECOND GENERATION• Oracle Open World 2012 (last October) – Mobile one of the core themes! – … still no release• Then, finally: 22nd October 2012
  12. 12. AND NOW LUC IS SET FREE…
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