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Oracle ADF Enterprise Application Development – Made Simple.

By: Vesterli, Sten E.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Birmingham : Packt Publishing, 2014Edition: 2.Description: 1 online resource (432 p.).ISBN: 9781782176817.Subject(s): Application software -- Development | Business -- Data processing | Computer scienceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Oracle ADF Enterprise Application Development – Made SimpleDDC classification: 005.46 LOC classification: QA76.76.A65 .V384 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; Acknowledgment; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1:The ADF Proof of Concept; Understanding the architecture of ADF; Enterprise architecture; The frontend part; The backend part; The ADF architecture; Entity objects and associations; View objects and view links; Application modules; The ADF user interface; ADF Task Flows; ADF pages and fragments; The Proof of Concept; Content of a Proof of Concept; Making the technology work; Determining the development speed; The Proof of Concept deliverables
The Proof of Concept case studyUse cases; UC008 Task Overview and Edit; UC104 Person Task Timeline; Data model; Getting started with JDeveloper; The JDeveloper window and panels; Setting JDeveloper preferences; The Proof of Concept ADF Business Components; Creating a connection; Entity objects for the Proof of Concept; Building associations for the Proof of Concept; Building view objects and view links for the Proof of Concept; Creating view objects for value lists; Creating a view object for tasks; Building an application module for tasks; Creating view objects for scheduling
Building an application module for schedulingThe Proof of Concept ADF user interface; ADF Task Flows; The tasks page; Creating the tasks page; Running the initial tasks page; Refining the tasks page; Fixing the bindings; Running the tasks page with parameters; Adding database operations; Running the tasks page with database operations; The scheduled tasks page; Adding the Gantt component; Navigation; Summary; Chapter 2:Estimating the Effort; Gathering requirements; Building it just like the old system; Use cases; User stories; Non-functional requirements; Requirement lists; Screen design
Deciding how to build itDeciding how much to build at a time; Deciding how much to build yourself; Deciding how to integrate; Application architecture; Example Work Breakdown Structure; Estimating the solution; Top-down estimate; Bottom-up estimate; Three-point estimates; Grouping - simple, normal, and hard; More input, better estimates; Adding it all up - the final estimate; Swings and roundabouts; Calculating the standard deviation for a task; Calculating the standard deviation for a project; Sanity check; From effort to calendar time; Summary; Chapter 3:Getting Organized
Skills required for an ADF projectADF framework knowledge; Object-oriented programming; Java programming; Database design and programming; XML knowledge; Web technologies; Regular expressions; Graphics design; Usability; Testing; Organizing the team; Project manager; Software architect and lead programmer; Regular programmers; Building Business Components; Building the user interface; Skinning; Templates; Defining data validation; Building support classes; Building database stored procedures; Build/configuration manager; Database and application server administrator; Graphic designers
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Summary: This book is written in an easy-to-understand style, following an enterprise development process through all the phases of development and deployment. Concepts are illustrated with real-world examples and the methods used are explained step-by-step.This book is for Oracle developers looking to start using Oracle's latest development tool and J2EE developers looking for a more productive way to build modern web applications. This book will guide you through the creation of a successful enterprise application with Oracle ADF 12c, and therefore it assumes you have basic knowledge of Java, JDeveloper, and databases.
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Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; Acknowledgment; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1:The ADF Proof of Concept; Understanding the architecture of ADF; Enterprise architecture; The frontend part; The backend part; The ADF architecture; Entity objects and associations; View objects and view links; Application modules; The ADF user interface; ADF Task Flows; ADF pages and fragments; The Proof of Concept; Content of a Proof of Concept; Making the technology work; Determining the development speed; The Proof of Concept deliverables

The Proof of Concept case studyUse cases; UC008 Task Overview and Edit; UC104 Person Task Timeline; Data model; Getting started with JDeveloper; The JDeveloper window and panels; Setting JDeveloper preferences; The Proof of Concept ADF Business Components; Creating a connection; Entity objects for the Proof of Concept; Building associations for the Proof of Concept; Building view objects and view links for the Proof of Concept; Creating view objects for value lists; Creating a view object for tasks; Building an application module for tasks; Creating view objects for scheduling

Building an application module for schedulingThe Proof of Concept ADF user interface; ADF Task Flows; The tasks page; Creating the tasks page; Running the initial tasks page; Refining the tasks page; Fixing the bindings; Running the tasks page with parameters; Adding database operations; Running the tasks page with database operations; The scheduled tasks page; Adding the Gantt component; Navigation; Summary; Chapter 2:Estimating the Effort; Gathering requirements; Building it just like the old system; Use cases; User stories; Non-functional requirements; Requirement lists; Screen design

Deciding how to build itDeciding how much to build at a time; Deciding how much to build yourself; Deciding how to integrate; Application architecture; Example Work Breakdown Structure; Estimating the solution; Top-down estimate; Bottom-up estimate; Three-point estimates; Grouping - simple, normal, and hard; More input, better estimates; Adding it all up - the final estimate; Swings and roundabouts; Calculating the standard deviation for a task; Calculating the standard deviation for a project; Sanity check; From effort to calendar time; Summary; Chapter 3:Getting Organized

Skills required for an ADF projectADF framework knowledge; Object-oriented programming; Java programming; Database design and programming; XML knowledge; Web technologies; Regular expressions; Graphics design; Usability; Testing; Organizing the team; Project manager; Software architect and lead programmer; Regular programmers; Building Business Components; Building the user interface; Skinning; Templates; Defining data validation; Building support classes; Building database stored procedures; Build/configuration manager; Database and application server administrator; Graphic designers

Usability experts

This book is written in an easy-to-understand style, following an enterprise development process through all the phases of development and deployment. Concepts are illustrated with real-world examples and the methods used are explained step-by-step.This book is for Oracle developers looking to start using Oracle's latest development tool and J2EE developers looking for a more productive way to build modern web applications. This book will guide you through the creation of a successful enterprise application with Oracle ADF 12c, and therefore it assumes you have basic knowledge of Java, JDeveloper, and databases.

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