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New Version of Oracle ADF Mobile - Java on iOS and Android

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New Version of Oracle ADF Mobile - Java on iOS and Android

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Oracle today released version 11.1.2.4 of their Oracle ADF Mobile framework.

The framework leverages a headless JVM to enable developers to build cross mobile device applications leveraging the Java language. The applications install and run on both iOS and Android devices.

The framework also offers a set of over 50 components that are used to define user-interfaces that render in HTML5 on the devices.

In addition the framework includes a controller layer, built-in security, encrypted SQLite database for local data storage, and device features (GPS, Camera, Contacts etc) integration.

New functionality in this release include:

Native notification supports - applications are able to register and recieve notifications directly to the device from servers.

Badging support - adds notification icons to the application's icons.

File viewing - enables easy viewing of various files using native viewers on the device

Application packaging -  for reusability and easier distribution by ISVs

Apache Cordova 2.2 integration - upgraded from PhoneGap

New device services SDK support

New UI components

To download of the framework and to learn more visit the Oracle ADF Mobile page on OTN .

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