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Presenter: Ann Horton
Organization: Oracle Corporation
Biographical Sketch: Ann Horton works for Oracle Corporation in Denver, and serves as the Oracle liaison to RMOUG. She is currently a Fusion Applications developer building Procurement Applications using ADF and the Oracle Fusion technology stack. Previously, Ann worked as a consultant with Oracle’s Advanced Technology Services Group specializing in Fusion Middleware, JDeveloper, ADF, SOA, and Oracle Enterprise Manager.

Ann has applied Oracle technologies to solve enterprise business problems for over twenty-five years. Ann provided Oracle consulting services for many years through her Denver-based consulting firm, and taught graduate-level university courses in Java, software engineering, and database management as an affiliate professor for Regis University. Ann is a frequent presenter at RMOUG and ODTUG, and a former ODTUG board member.
Title: Web Development Techniques from an Oracle Fusion Applications Developer
Summary: Oracle’s new Fusion Applications are built using the Oracle Fusion technology stack including Oracle’s Application Development Framework (ADF) and JDeveloper. Come take a look at some of the user interface design patterns used in the Fusion Applications and how they were implemented using JDeveloper and ADF. Learn techniques that you can incorporate into your ADF application. This presentation will look in depth at ADF business components, application module methods, managed beans, Java server faces, source code, and other features of Fusion technology. This session will look at a variety of Fusion features including application tables, multi-select tables, search page with comp-opers and query adapters, select and add popup windows, contextual actions, page navigation, and tree tables.
Topic: Application Development
Target Audience: Intermediate
Location: 4c

RMOUG Training Days 2013
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