JDeveloper 11g is going to introduce JSF components with built-in rich client capabilities. However 11g is not out yet. This does not mean that you cannot incorporate rich client components to your application today. One of the alternatives is to embed FLEX components into ADF/JSF applications. (FLEX is a Rich Internet Application technology developed by Adobe) In this post we are going to demonstrate how to achieve this.
Oracle is once again a platinum sponsor of Microsoft Tech·Ed Europe (Barcelona, November 7-10) and we will be demoing our latest features integrating with Microsoft Windows and .NET. If you are attending, be sure to drop by the Oracle booth for a demonstration and attend an Oracle session.
Session Developing and Optimizing .NET Applications for Oracle 10g Presenter: Alex Keh Thursday November 9th from 15:45-17:00
[Update March 2015: This very popular blog post is quite a bit out of date after 9 years! It is no longer particularly feasible to use only one instance of Visual Studio for PL/SQL and ASP.NET debugging. We now recommend you use two instances of VS along with "External Application Debugging".
This October at Oracle OpenWorld we are adding an "event within an event" specifically aimed at developers. It's called "Oracle Develop" and we have an entire 2 day track focused specifically on Oracle and .NET developers. We have entry level topics for those of you new to .NET as well many sessions covering advanced topics and best practices.