I took my old sample application implemented in 2010 - Dynamic Flying Dashboard UI Shell and upgraded it to recent ADF 22.214.171.124. It runs pretty well, without major changes - this proves ADF migration between releases can be smooth (well, not always in practice - but let's be positive).
I have recorded gif to give you an impression how it runs and how UI switch works in ADF UI panel dashboard component:
If you run ADF 126.96.36.199 application with adaptive UI implemented by af:matchMediaBehavior tag (ADF 12.2.1 Responsive UI Improvements), most likely you will face Null Pointer Exception in Match Media Behavior tag class. Apparently af:matchMediaBehavior tag expects default value to be set on UI component. If default value is not set explicitly, it fails to read it and generates exception (this was not the case in ADF 12.2.1).
This year I will be speaking on two sessions.
- End-to-End Cloud: Oracle Java Cloud, Oracle Mobile Cloud Service, Oracle MAF, and Oracle JET [CON2388]
I have implemented couple of improvements for BigDecimal formatter based on ADF 188.8.131.52. Originally formatter was implemented and described in this post - Handling Format for BigDecimal Numbers in ADF BC. New improvements: option to support trailing zeros and disabling number rounding.
Oracle JET Hybrid enabled with Cordova Push plugin can receive notifications sent from Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). You should read how to setup infrastructure in this article - Your first Push notification based Oracle JET Hybrid application!. I will focus on implementation steps and will provide working sample app for download.
Let's take a look how we can consume REST service exposed from Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). I will show how you could display data coming from MCS endpoint in Oracle JET. I will be using simple scenario in this post, based on HTTP Basic authentication method offered by MCS.
We already learned how to deploy and access ADF BC REST services from Oracle Java Cloud - ADF BC REST 184.108.40.206 Running Live in Oracle Java Cloud. It's time to see how ADF BC REST can be consumed by Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS). In my point of view, key benefit of MCS is ability to simplify Web Service access for mobile clients, by aggregating these Web Services from different sources and simplifying them.