Oracle JDeveloper 11g Handbook–The Light at the End of the Tunnel

A bit of news about my next book:

  • We finally have a fixed title: Oracle JDeveloper 11g Hanbook: A Guide to Oracle Fusion Web Development.
  • We’re planning to ship to the printers by August 24th–less than a month from now!
  • The (very serious) plan is that we’ll be on the shelves by October 12–in time for Oracle OpenWorld 2009!
  • Although we started writing a long time ago, we’ve checked everything against the most recent (July) release of JDeveloper.

I’m really excited about this book; I think it will be a substantial step up from the last two handbooks in terms of scope and detail.

7 thoughts on “Oracle JDeveloper 11g Handbook–The Light at the End of the Tunnel”

  1. Congratulations! Looking forward to reading your book.
    Will it be possible for you to post the TOC? Gives me a better sense of what to expect…

  2. Ilyas-
    Thanks! Here you go:

    Part I. Overviews
     1. Overview of Fusion Development and ADF
     2. Introduction to the JDeveloper Integrated Development Environment
     3. JDeveloper Tools
     4. Technology Background

    Part II. ADF Business Components
     5. Introducing ADF Business Components
     6. Specifying a Business Domain
     7. Assembling a Data Model
     8. Providing Custom Data Services

    Part III. The ADF View and Controller Layers
     9. JavaServer Faces Basics
     10. Your First JSF
     11. The ADF Controller and Task Flows
     12. ADF Faces Rich Client

    Part IV. ADF Model
    13. ADF Model Basics
    14. ADF Advanced Bindings
    15. ADF Bindings: Iterators, Executables, and Code

    Part V. Developing the Sample Application
    16. Application Design Principles and Sample Application Overview
    17. Sample Application: UI Patterns and Templates
    18. Sample Application: Search Page and Department Hierarchy Page
    19. Sample Application: Edit Page
    20. Sample Application: The Image LOV Dialog
    21. Sample Application: Security
    22. Sample Application: Deployment

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