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Developing Rich Web Applications with ADF Faces and Eclipse

Greg Stachnick

Making with Eclipse · Sponsored
Wednesday, 14:50, 40 minutes | Cypress

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JavaServer Faces (JSF) has made great strides in defining a component model for building Web-based applications and is now supported by some really rich component sets, such as Oracle Application Development Framework Faces Rich Client. The Web 2.0 generation of applications has brought a new user experience to Web-based applications. Rich Internet Applications (RIA) are providing responsive and dynamic interfaces delivering better usability. This session explains how the new ADF rich-client components drastically simplify the development of such advanced UIs. Learn about the new components, how they work, and how they can influence the design of your user interface.

Greg Stachnick is a senior director of product management in the Development Tools division at Oracle. He currently covers Oracle's Eclipse development tools strategy as well as Oracle's Eclipse-based IDEs: Workshop for Weblogic and the new Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse. Greg has been involved in Eclipse tools development since 2000.