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Presenter: John King
Organization: King Training Resources
Biographical Sketch: John King is a partner in King Training Resources, a US-based firm providing instructor-led training since 1988 for application developers on a variety of platforms. John has worked with Oracle products and the database since Version 4 and is currently serving as a board member of the ODTUG. John develops and presents customized courses in a variety of topics including SOA, Oracle, Middleware, Web Services, Java, XML, .NET, User Interface Design, and several other topics. John presents frequently at industry conferences including UKOUG, ODTUG, IOUG, OpenWorld, EOUG, AUSOUG, and the RMOUG Training Days.
Title: Oracle ADF Task Flow Beyond the 10-Minute Demo
Summary: Oracle’s Application Development Framework (ADF) is an excellent tool for creating robust applications. Part of ADF’s strength is the built-in Model-View-Controller (MVC) design inherited from Java Server Faces (JSF). Using a series of XML files (of course) the flow of ADF Faces applications can be managed by the controller properly. The task flow process seems a little unwieldy to experienced UI developers, but the advantages of “not breaking” the Controller are worth it. In this session you will see how ADF’s task flow may be used to quickly and easily manage the flow of an application.
Topic: Application Development
Target Audience: Novice
Location: 4d

RMOUG Training Days 2013
2520 Independence Blvd., Suite 201, Wilmington, NC 28412

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