The following topics introduce the new and changed features of Oracle Mobile Application Development Framework (Oracle MAF) and other significant changes, which are described in this guide.
Oracle MAF Release 2.4.2 includes the following new and changed development features, which are described in this guide.
How to Configure OpenID Authentication describes how you configure a login connection for a MAF application using the OpenID authentication protocol that MAF now supports.
How to Configure Single Sign-On in a MAF Application revised to describe how you can now configure a single sign-on connection to hide the login URL from end users when the login page renders.
MAF now supports using Visual Studio 2017 to deploy MAF applications to the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) in addition to Visual Studio 2015. For more information, see:
Installing Visual Studio revised to describe how you install Visual Studio 2017, the Universal Windows Platform development workload, and the required versions of the Windows 10 SDK (versions 10.0.14393.0 and 10.0.10586.0).
Deploying a MAF Application to the Universal Windows Platform revised to describe how you specify Visual Studio 2017 and the Windows SDK location in the Windows Platform dialog where you specify MAF preferences.
How to Debug UI Code on the Universal Windows Platform revised to describe how you attach the process for a MAF application deployed in debug mode so that you can use Visual Studio 2017’s debugger to debug the UI code in your MAF application.
Creating a PFX File for MAF Applications revised to describe how you to use Microsoft’s
New-SelfSignedCertificate cmdlet to create a PFX file to sign your MAF application.