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ADF Mobile Client extension is now available for public download !

Much awaited ADF Mobile Client extension is now available under the JDeveloper download center(Go to JDeveloper main menu -> Help -> Check for Updates). This extension is built on top of JDeveloper 11.1.1.4.0. Give a try, its really promising stuff !

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Anonymous said…
Thanks for your information ...
reg,
durga ( svvsdp7@gmail.com )
Anonymous said…
Hi Jobinesh. This is Arun
I tried checking for extension updates in Jdev 11.1.1.4 version but i could'nt find the ADF mobile client extension. Im in need to develop ADF mobile client application. Please help.

Also I have one more question. Is it possible to develop ADF mobile browser application without the ADF client extenstion.
Jobinesh said…
Arun
You can use the web support available on the current version. New native mobile client framework will soon be out!

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