Month: March 2013

In a previous post (Starting with ADF 11G Logging), I explained how ADF logging is simple to set up, and how it will enable you to set the logging levels at runtime, without having to restart any server. When I showed this to a colleague of mine, he immedialtely popped the question : “Can’t we use […]

Mobile development is not the next big thing anymore, it is THE big thing today. And as you may already know, Oracle APEX is ready to take on the challenge of creating mobile business solutions. We at iAdvise already started to experiment with mobile application development in APEX 4.0, but off course this was not […]

On 26 March OBUG Connect, the yearly Oracle Benelux User Group conference, will be held in Antwerp. iAdvise will be presenting about ADF and web services. We’ll show you how you can expose your ADF Business components as Web Services. But also how you can consume Web Services in your application. The presentation is session […]