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ISBN: 9780071744287
Division: Professional
Pub Date: SEP-10
Pages: 224

Edition: 01
Format: Paperback
Availability: In Stock

Quick Start Guide to Oracle Fusion Development

Grant Ronald


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Overview

Get Started with Oracle Fusion Development



Written by a Group Product Manager at Oracle, this Oracle Press guide gets you up and running quickly with your first Oracle Fusion applications. Quick Start Guide to Oracle Fusion Development provides only the essential information you need to build applications in a matter of hours. Rapidly learn the building blocks and functionality you’ll use most of the time. The progression of topics closely matches the application building process, taking you through a typical developer scenario from start to completion.

Quick Start Guide to Oracle Fusion Development features
  • Concise and friendly format providing the essentials needed to start building applications right away
  • Chapters that build on each other to illustrate a typical development scenario from start to finish
  • Unique author insights gained from hours of one-on-one meetings with customers and work in Oracle’s usability labs


The perfect entry point to Oracle Fusion development
Introduction to Fusion and the Fusion Technologies; Introduction to JDeveloper and Oracle ADF; Finding your Way Around JDeveloper; Building Business Services; Introducing ADF Business Components; The Role of the Entity; A View of your Data – The View Object; The Application Module; Implementing Business Service Validation; More View Object Features; Building the User Interface; Introducing ADF Face Rich Client; ADF Model; Building Typical ADF Pages; Building Application Flow; Menus, Toolbars and Buttons; Advanced UI Techniques; Data Visualization and Other Rich UI Components; Application Look and Feel; Common Coding Patterns; Common Business Service Coding Examples; Common View Coding Examples