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Oracle ADF Enterprise Application Development—Made Simple by Sten E. Vesterli

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The Proof of Concept

The Proof of Concept serves two purposes:

  • To demonstrate that the technology works
  • To gather some metrics about your development speed

If we return to the tunnel analogy, we need to demonstrate that we can drill all the way through the mountain, and measure our drilling speed.

What goes into a Proof of Concept?

The most important part of the Proof of Concept is that it goes all the way through the mountain – or in application development terms: All the way from the user interface to the backend data service and back.

If your data service is data in relational tables and you will be presenting it in ordinary fields and tables on the screen, the part of your proof of concept that demonstrates the technology is fairly straightforward. ...

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