Migrating AMPA Apps to Oracle MAF 2.3.1 Client Data Model

Introduction Oracle MAF 2.3.1 has just been released. This release contains a major new feature, the client data model (CDM). CDM is the productized version of the A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator (AMPA). This article explains how you can migrate your existing MAF app that uses AMPA to MAF 2.3.1 with CDM. We recommend to perform this […]

A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator Release Now Available!

Introduction A new release of the open source A-Team Mobile Persistence Accelerator (AMPA) has been made available on GitHub. AMPA is a productivity toolkit that works on top of Oracle’s Mobile Application Framework (MAF) and auto-implements a range of best practices in MAF development with a focus on mobile persistence. In this article we will discuss […]

Building iBeacon based apps with Oracle MAF

Introduction Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) based proximity beacons were first under the spotlight when Apple announced the iBeacon standard. Since then a lot has changed and there are now multiple beacon vendors and offerings on the market. Enterprises are also looking to add proximity based intelligence to their mobile offerings. In this article, we introduce […]

Developing Custom Components with Oracle Mobile Application Framework

Introduction Oracle’s Mobile Application Framework (MAF) is a great tool for web developers to enter the mobile application development space in an easy and seamless manner. MAF’s full support for JavaScript and CSS to create application behavior and styling, means developers can carry over the same skills of web development into the world of mobile […]

Supercharge MAF development on Android by improving emulator performance

Introduction Oracle Mobile Application Framework, MAF, leverages Java, HTML5 and JavaScript to deliver a complete MVC framework with declarative user interface definition, device features integration and built-in security. Oracle MAF provides a visual and declarative development experience and maximizes code reuse resulting in faster development of mobile applications. To get started with Oracle MAF development, the […]

Pixel Perfect UIs with Oracle MAF : CSS and JavaScript debugging on Android

Introduction Oracle Mobile Application Framework, MAF, uses a unique paradigm of hybrid application development on mobile platforms. This brings fine grained control over the look & feel and the behavior of the app to the mobile app development world, helping web developers make a seamless transition to the world of mobile application development without sacrificing […]