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Oracle Mobile Application Framework 2.1: Develop Mobile Apps (D88029)

Detaillierter Kursinhalt

Mobile Development and Mobile Application Framework: Introduction
  • Mobile challenges and enterprise concerns
  • Designing for mobile
  • Hybrid mobile applications
  • HTML5, Java, and JavaScript
  • Device native user experience
  • Framework features
  • MAF Extension for JDeveloper or OEPE
  • Android SDK tools, Xcode
Designing Mobile Applications with Mobile Application Framework
  • Default projects and contents
  • Application configuration file
  • Application resources
  • Project and application properties
Building Features in a MAF Application
  • Features, feature content, and constraints
  • Views and control flows
  • Accessing user, device, and hardware properties
  • Features at design time; constraints level: feature or content
  • Springboard, Navigation bar
  • Device access
  • Remote URL
  • HTML content
Developing a Simple Mobile User Interface
  • Facets, including header, primary, secondary, and footer
  • Component framework
  • AMX tags
  • Data controls
  • Output text and input text
  • Layout components, including panel splitter, table layout, row layout, and cell layout
  • Command buttons and links
A Closer Look at Developing a MAF UI
  • Managed beans
  • Configuration files
  • Bean Scope, including application, page flow, and view
  • Expression Language in code and properties
  • Pop-ups
  • Popup component and Show Popup Behavior operation
  • Navigation transition
Binding Data to Pages with Data Controls
  • Data controls and bindings
  • Collections, attributes, methods, and operations
  • Declarative configuration
  • DCX files, CPX files, and UI Hints
  • Page definitions
  • Prebuilt data controls for device access
Displaying Complex Data with Visualization Components
  • Charts
  • Gauges
  • Geographic maps
  • Thematic maps
  • Map types
  • Custom maps
Working with Remote and Local Data
  • mechanisms that are used to create data controls from web services
  • Consuming SOAP and REST web services
  • Accessing data in an on-device SQLite database
  • Using POJOs to indirectly access web services and exposing them as data controls
Improving the UI with Devices Services
  • Enhancing mobile applications by incorporating device services, such as camera, email, and bar code readers
  • Identifying device properties to determine feature functionality
  • Employing declarative and programmatic techniques for accessing device services
  • Using device services to allow end users to control aspects of how the mobile application runs
Using Non-Declarative Programming Techniques
  • Identifying non-declarative programming scenarios in MAF
  • Working with framework utility classes and common programming use cases
  • Refreshes to the user interface using provider and property change events
  • Invoking the binding layer from Java
Securing MAF Applications
  • Security features available in MAF
  • Supported security scenarios
  • Enabling authentication security for the application
  • Configuring user authorization inside an application
  • How Oracle Access Manager supports Mobile Services and Social Identity
  • Using a whitelist to establish which URLs open in the application's embedded browser or in the default browser of the device
Implementing Standards by Reusing Application Artifacts
  • Constructing and reusing template-like fragment components for a consistent look and feel across MAF applications
  • Designing and developing a page fragment that includes both static and dynamic content
  • Consuming a page fragment in a page, using attribute values as parameters to the page
  • Classifying and defining common features, and then archiving and consuming them
  • Archiving applications for redistribution
Deploying and Debugging MAF Applications
  • Options for archiving an application
  • Creating and modifying deployment profiles for both device platforms
  • Deploying applications to Android and iOS platforms
  • Using logging APIs to diagnosis and fix application problems
  • Running the application in debug mode and debugging Java code from the JDeveloper IDE
  • Debugging JavaScript, HTML, and style sheets