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Quick Start Guide to Oracle Fusion Development: Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF by Grant Ronald

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CHAPTER 19Common UI Coding Examples

Throughout this book, the focus has been on using the declarative framework features to build rich Fusion applications. However, in places the book has dipped into areas where you might typically augment the framework behavior with your own code.

This chapter introduces some programmatic concepts and provides common examples of where you might choose to write custom UI code.

TIPWhile you are still getting up to speed on the technology, a good mantra to follow would be “only add code to the ViewController by exception.” That is not to say you should never write code in managed beans to control UI functionality; however, there are two good reasons for considering this code-by-exception rule. First, chances are ...

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