Mobile with Oracle MAF
Increase┬áMobility for Applications with Oracle MAF and┬áPITSS.CON
Does your application need to be available on both tablets and smartphones, but your Forms architecture has its limits?
PITSS.CON makes “mobilization” with the Oracle Mobile Application Framework (Oracle MAF) easily obtainable!
All surfaces are identified components for Oracle MAF
Legacy solutions available on all frontends
User expectations are easily met
Most extensive automation in the production of Oracle MAF components
Migration in modern architecture and technology
More cost-effective project management tool thanks to support
To the Point
The need for offline functioning of common Forms applications and general design options are what make the architecture of mobile applications diverse. Usually, only selected processes need to be deployed on mobile; this leads to a coexistence of web-based Oracle applications and Oracle mobile applications. When defining the architecture, a large part of the data model and existing implementation of business logic will also be used in web-based applications. Therefore, the views of modularization and reusability based on web services are very important.
Why Choose PITSS?
With PITSS.CON, your application is on the way to a modern application landscape using tool support, which creates efficient development of necessary architecture consisting of web services, offline databases, replication, synchronization, and application features. In an analysis of your Oracle Forms application, PITSS.CON recognizes what artifacts are suitable for use in Oracle MAF. Identified components captured in the analysis may be used for the generation of web services, offline databases, and page fragments. Implemented PL/SQL functionality in the Oracle Forms are shifted to the web or mobile in the database or middle tier. The identification and generation of web services is a strength of the PITSS.CON repository.
Mobile from Scratch
If you have business processes that need to be completely remodeled to the Oracle mobile application landscape, PITSS can support you with a collection of Best Practices and reusable modules. PITSS offers a collection of useful tools in the context of Oracle MAF to check whether the data model is suitable for the purposes of existing components. These include the simple integration of database functionality, the structure of the local offline database, the efficient use of photos and other files on mobile devices, etc.