New Oracle Mobile Application Framework - Brings Java Hybrid Development to iOS and Android
Oracle released today its new Oracle Mobile Application Framework - a development framework that speeds up the development of on-device mobile applications that run on multiple platforms from a single source.
With built-in IDE integration in both Eclipse and JDeveloper, the development framework focuses on increasing developer productivity with component based UI constructions, MVC architecture driven by a powerful controller, and easy data binding to REST and SOAP Services as well as local POJOs.
The Oracle MAF hybrid container used by the framework provides a lightweight JVM, encrypted SQLite database for offline storage, built in security features for authentication/authorization and encryption, push notification handling, and full device features integration based on the Cordova plug-in architecture.
To learn more visit Oracle MAF at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/maf/overview/index.html
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