What you need to use ADF

This blog contains many articles about Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF).  In order to develop and run applications using ADF, you will need to install Oracle JDeveloper, which you can download from the Oracle Technology Network (here).

Each post will contain a note to let you know what version of JDeveloper was used for that post.

If you use multiple operating systems, and a mixture of 32-bit and 64-bit (like me) then you should grab the “base install” version, which is a generic JAR file that can be installed on any platform (provided you have a supported JDK).  I have installed this version on 32-bit Windows and Linux, and 64-bit Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and Solaris.  If you are going to use Mac OS X, you might want to check the hints here.

About Mark Nelson

Mark Nelson is an Architect (an "IC6") in the Fusion Middleware Central Development Team at Oracle. Mark's job is to make Fusion Middleware easy to use in the cloud and at home, for developers and operations folks, with special focus on continuous delivery, configuration management and provisioning - making it simple to manage the configuration of complex environments and applications built with Oracle Database, Fusion Middleware and Fusion Applications, on-premise and in the cloud. Before joining this team, Mark was a senior member of the A-Team since 2010, and worked in Sales Consulting at Oracle since 2006 and various roles at IBM since 1994.
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