Oracle releases mobile application development framework

App Dev and SOA

by CBR Staff Writer| 06 May 2013

Oracle ADF Mobile Release 1.1 is based on the Java and HTML5

Oracle has released Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile which claimed to feature push notification, visual components with support of advance Java-based mobile development framework that supports iOS and Android.

Based on the Java and HTML5, the ADF Mobile is a part of Oracle Fusion Middleware and allows the developers to build, deploy, and extend enterprise applications easily for mobile environment like the iOS and Android from a single code base.

The Oracle ADF Mobile Release 1.1 is claimed to add support for device-native push notification, new device integration infrastructure based on Apache Cordova, full file attachment viewing, updated mobile operating system support, and improve the performance.

Oracle Application Development Tools vice president Chris Tonas said that the Oracle ADF Mobile is a cross-platform application to develop applications for both iOS and Android devices.

"With push notification and the new Cordova infrastructure, Oracle ADF Mobile 1.1 further enhances developer productivity and enables them to cost-effectively deliver mobile applications faster," Tonas added.

Additionally, the application offers JavaScript APIs to support automatic testing of Oracle ADF Mobile applications and features new data visualisation components, right to left language support and application archives support.

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