In February, we published the first in a series of FREE(!) online advanced ADF training: http://tinyurl.com/advadf-part1
The response to that course has been overwhelmingly positive as more and more people are moving past the evaluation/prototype stages with ADF and looking for more advanced topics. I’m pleased to relay the good news that the 2nd part of this series has now been published:
This second installment provides you with all you need to know about regions, including best practices for implementing contextual events and other region communication patterns. It also covers the nitty-gritty details of building great looking user interfaces, such as how to work with (not against!) the ADF Faces layout components, how to build page templates and declarative components, and how to skin the application to your organization’s needs. It wraps up with an in-depth look at layout components, and a second helping of additional region considerations if you just can’t get enough.
Like the first installment, the content for this course comes from Product Management. This 2nd eCourse compilation is a bit of a “Swan Song” for Patrice Daux, a long-time JDeveloper and ADF curriculum developer, who is retiring the end of this month. Thanks for your efforts, Patrice, and bon voyage!