Oracle ADF and Alternatives for Java EE [WEBINAR]

Join PITSS and Oracle’s Director of Product Management as we compare several frameworks for Java Enterprise applications.

In the latest Fusion Middleware release, Oracle also released Version 12.2.1.3 of the Application Development Framework (ADF). ADF is one of the most productive frameworks to create Java EE applications, along with other options such as Spring, PrimeFaces, and Vaadin.

In our free webinar, you will learn the differences and effectiveness of each framework.

In the webinar for Oracle ADF and Java you will learn:

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of the top frameworks for Java Enterprise applications?

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What distinguishes Oracle ADF from other alternatives?

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Why is ADF so easy for beginners in the Java environment?

With the announcement of Oracle handing over the JEE platform to the Eclipse Foundation, we can expect some changes for the framework. In this race for efficiency, future security, ease of use, and flexibility, Oracle ADF is a good alternative.

Java EE standard is retained with the technically identical, free version of ADF Essentials. Other frameworks such Spring, PrimeFaces and Vaadin also have certain advantages. So what sets ADF apart?

In this webinar, we’ll answer these questions:

  • Is ADF suitable as an integration platform?
  • How complex is a change to cloud?
  • Can ADF support JavaScript-based applications?
  • How should you assess security?
  • What are the advantages of a full framework?

Presenters

Shay Shmeltzer

Shay Shmeltzer

Director of Product Management, ORACLE
Stephan La Rocca

Stephan La Rocca

Business Development Manager, PITSS Germany

Have additional questions?

If you have further questions about ADF and Java, leave them in the the registration form and we will reach out to discuss.

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