iAdvise organises a seminar on Forms modernization.
During this seminar we will show you how you can modernize your Oracle Forms applications, give it a rich look and feel, and adopt the latest technologies without throwing away years of investment in Oracle Forms.
We will show you how you can combine the power of an Oracle Forms application with functionality from external application (javabeans, pluggable java components, webservices,…) and how you can give a Forms application a modern “look and feel”.
Also part of this seminar is an overview of the new features in the latest Oracle Forms release(11g)
When: June 1, 2010
Where: iAdvise office, Kontich
A few months ago I wrote a blogpost about forms titled “Forms isn’t dead!”
Since then I went to Oracle Open World and gave a presentation on how to modernize your existing Oracle Forms application.
So you don’t have to throw away years of investment in Oracle forms.
I’m working at a customer that created a new application in Forms 10g and it was put in production last year.
And now there’s a thread on the OTN Forms forum started by Grant Ronald(Product Manager at Oracle):
What new features would you want to see in Oracle Forms?
So, if you want a cool new feature or an improvement in Oracle Forms…you know what to do!
Still not convinced that “Forms isn’t dead”?