Oracle Mobile Application Framework 2.1: Develop Mobile Apps NEW

Date: 03-05-2017 s/d 05-05-2017   |   Category: Java and Middleware   |   Instructor: -
Duration: 3 Days

What you will learn
This Oracle Mobile Application Framework 2.1: Develop Mobile Apps training teaches you how to design and develop mobile applications using JDeveloper and the Mobile Application Framework extension.
Expert Oracle University instructors will deep dive into the key design considerations with mobile applications, as well as how to develop, deploy, secure, and debug mobile applications for iOS or Android.

Learn to:
Design, build and deploy mobile applications
Provide and persist data for mobile applications
Leverage on-device features in a mobile application
Add access control and authentication functionality to mobile applications
Test, debug and determine the type of deployment before releasing your application

Benefits to You
By taking this course, you'll expand your mobile application development skills using JDeveloper.
You'll leave this course with the knowledge and skills to build fully-functioning mobile applications for Android or iOS platforms that are capable of displaying and persisting data, leveraging device features such as SMS and camera, and utilizing best practices in mobile UI design.
You'll understand how to secure mobile applications and be able to debug mobile applications, regardless of their deployment platform.

Audience
Application Developers
Java Developers

Related Training
Suggested Prerequisites Conceptual knowledge of mobile application development

Course Objectives
Use features and task flows to define entry points to your application
Develop a user interface with MAF components
Add business logic to a mobile application  
Deploy and test MAF applications
Use Web Services to communicate with remote servers
Read and write data to a local database
Describe the architecture of a MAF application and the MAF runtime
Use data visualization UI components
Invoke device-specific features
Use best practices for creating responsive mobile applications
Add security to your mobile application

Course Topics

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 

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