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Push to the limit - rich and pro-active user interfaces with ADF (Oracle Open World 2011)

by CTO at AMIS on Oct 03, 2011

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Visual appeal and desktop-like reaction to user input were key elements in Web 2.0, powered by AJAX. The next generation user interface is active - presenting data and events in real time, driven by ...

Visual appeal and desktop-like reaction to user input were key elements in Web 2.0, powered by AJAX. The next generation user interface is active - presenting data and events in real time, driven by server push technology. This session demonstrates how ADF Active Data Service (ADS) and the BAM Data Control are leveraged to create an active UI. Messages arriving on JMS, through HTTP, from Complex Event Processing and from email servers are pushed to the browser, updating charts, tables and even causing popups to open. The session demonstrates a Chat implementation integrated in a Fusion Web application. It also shows how Database Query Result Change Notification and ADS allow events to be pushed from database all the way to user interface.

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