Oracle JDeveloper 11g and Oracle ADF 11g go production

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News: Oracle JDeveloper 11g and Oracle ADF 11g go production

  1. Oracle just released the production version of Oracle JDeveloper 11g and Oracle ADF 11g which are available for free download from OTN. http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/jdev/index.html This new version, several years in the making, include over 200 new features key highlights include: *ADF Faces Rich Client – the most comprehensive set of Ajax enabled JSF components and introducing the ADF Data Visualization Components *JDK 6 and Java EE 5.0 support *Integrated WebLogic 10.3 server for debugging and testing *Extended database development and modeling features *ADF Task Flows – extension to the JSF controller that adds reusable task flows, declarative bookmark and back button support, additional memory scopes and more. *JSF templating *JSF page fragments, JSF regions and Declarative JSF components. *Updated code editor (quick picks, easier navigation, and more) *New Java memory and CPU Profilers *Enhanced EclipseLink/TopLink integration *Javascript editor with debugging and refactoring *Updated support for JUnit, Subversion, Ant, Facelets *Many other enhancement to the ADF Framework in the areas of data binding to UI, refactoring, debugging and ADF business components. A complete new features list, step by step tutorials, and demos are on OTN as well. http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/collateral/papers/11/newfeatures/index.html http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/index.html

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  2. im sorry...[ Go to top ]

    Didn't know where to post, sorry for thread stealing. http://blog.springsource.com/2008/10/07/a-question-of-balance-tuning-the-maintenance-policy/
  3. Re: im sorry...[ Go to top ]

    Well, It's good news but still does not gurantee that SS will not do such "screw-ups" in future. Seeing the amount of backlash, I hope SS has learnt its lesson. Personally I think if Spring were to merge in JEE at some point in time as a spec, it would have a far greater adoption as companies would no longer be reluctant to go for Spring. Surely it would not hurt SS revenues as they will still be best-of-breed consultants in this area and maybe even manage to sell some Spring DM licenses.
  4. ADF is impressive[ Go to top ]

    ADF Faces Rich Client is indeed impressive. Especially the newer data visualization components. It really is the best looking and most comprehensive set of JSF components that I, personally, have seen to-date. The framework as a whole is really nice. I wrote an article on it a few years back but it has really come a long way. ADF is included with the license of an Oracle app server. I think its 5k to deploy on another app server - which is unfortunate - but not unexpected. Mike
  5. Re: ADF is impressive[ Go to top ]

    ADF Faces Rich Client is indeed impressive. Especially the newer data visualization components. It really is the best looking and most comprehensive set of JSF components that I, personally, have seen to-date.

    The framework as a whole is really nice. I wrote an article on it a few years back but it has really come a long way.

    ADF is included with the license of an Oracle app server. I think its 5k to deploy on another app server - which is unfortunate - but not unexpected.

    Mike
    Yes the rich faces components are very impressive. The "downside" however is, that IE6 is out of the game. A wise decision if you ask me. I wish I had that luxury for the stuff I am working on. IE6 + DHTML-Ajax is like a pig you nail wings onto and then you have to push it down a mountain with the customer demanding that the pig has to start to fly....
  6. Lack of Maven support[ Go to top ]

    Looks nice, but could not see any maven support out of the box. This would be a major hindrance to Jdeveloper adoption at least in our company.