Let us recap what we have learned in this chapter. We started our chapter by downloading and installing JDeveloper 11gR2. Then we learnt about some important configuration files for JDeveloper IDE. Later we discussed some of the roles to customize the IDE for different users. We also gained some knowledge about the components within the environment.
We got a chance to familiarize ourselves with common tasks, such as docking the panels, searching within the panels, and closing the files and windows. Finally, we learnt where to set preferences and some common user preferences for the IDE.
In the next chapter, we will learn more about the architecture of the ADF framework and how to create and run a sample ADF application.