The following tutorials are available for Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF). These step-by-step instructions guide you through common tasks for application developers and provide background concepts and information to help you understand what you are accomplishing in the steps.
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Build an end-to-end rich Internet application that interacts with a database using Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF).
Build a web application that displays information about employees. The focus of this tutorial is on the development of a rich user interface that leverages some of the key concepts of the Oracle Alta UI design system.
Learn how to manage code versions and automate maven build for Oracle ADF applications with Oracle Developer Cloud Service.
Learn how to manage code versions and automate ant build for Oracle ADF applications with Oracle Developer Cloud Service.
Build a basic application, using the major components of the JDeveloper IDE.
Build an end-to-end rich Internet application that interacts with a database using Oracle ADF.
Build a master-detail page and edit a web application with ADF Faces, EJB and JPA.
Use ADF Faces rich client JSF components to create Ajax-based web applications, including templates, DVT, partial page rendering and skinning.
Create reusable JSF flows and leverage the new features of the ADF Task Flow.
Create a simple databound application using JavaBeans and ADF Faces.
Use ADF Desktop Integration to develop Excel workbooks that are integrated with an ADF application.
Build and test four web services: an annotation-driven POJO service, a declaratively-driven POJO service,
a service for an existing WSDL, and an EJB service.
Build a master-detail Oracle ADF web application that queries data from the database through Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB)–backed REST services.