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Learning Oracle ADF

Sharing some resources/links on Oracle ADF which may help you to understand the technology better...

How Do I Start Learning Oracle ADF and JDeveloper 11g
JDeveloper ADF Oracle Technology Network site

Tutorials/Documentation/Useful Links

Demo Application

Hands on Topics
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 If  you are curious to learn the internals of the ADF Business Components and ADF Binding Layer,  the following book is for you - Oracle ADF Real World Developer’s Guide.
More details about this book can be found in this post-


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