439: Made from the Same Mold: Templating Techniques for Fusion Applications
Peter Koletzke , Quovera    Biography

Objectives: Basic approaches for using templates in Fusion applications
ava EE template frameworks and JDev 11g
ADF Faces tags and skins
Abstract: Users will more easily understand your application and will therefore be more productive if all pages of your web application are designed to look and act the same. The requirement for a common look and feel has traditionally been been met by the use of templates. However, the methods for implementing template systems change with each new technology.

This presentation discusses how to work with templates and other common look-and-feel options in JDeveloper 10.1.3. It explains and provides code examples for template systems using ADF Faces and JSP tags as well as additional Java frameworks. It also describes the Oracle Browser Look and Feel (BLAF), which is used for the E-Business Suite. The presentation also describes the ADF Faces skinning feature as well as how the JHeadstart plug-in to JDeveloper uses templates.

Audiernce Focus: Developers
Expertise: Intermediate
Track: Development
Date: Tuesday, April 15, 2008
Time: 4:45 PM - 5:45 PM