Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF Now Available by Shay Shmeltzer

We arimagee happy to announce the release of the new Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF – version This is part of the overall Oracle Fusion Middleware family of products that has been released today. You can download them here – JDeveloper / ADF.

You’ll find many new features in all the layers of Oracle ADF in both the design and runtime behaviors. Here is a quick overview of some of these new features:

Oracle ADF Faces

The focus here was on moving more logic to the client to reduce network trips between your browser and server. In addition we added several features that optimize running ADF Faces interfaces across devices in different sizes.

· New inputSearch component – this component shows a list of values retrieved from a REST source of data and allows you to filter that on the client without additional round trips. We provide you with full control on how the data will be shown in the list, and searches can work across multiple columns of data.

· New streaming capabilities – show your full ADF page even if some areas still didn’t get the data they need – you can stream the data to those when it is ready.

· Responsive panelFormLayout – automatically adjusts your form to the size of your browser screen, for example collapsing columns, and moving titles to the top – all with a single simple attribute setting. Read the complete article here.

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