In any case, the following sessions in the ADF/MAF track are worth checking out at Kscope 16 this year:
How to Use Oracle ALTA UI to Create a Smashing UI for Web and Mobile
Luc Bors, eProseed NL
When: Jun 28, 2016, Session 12, 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm
I've always liked UI, and Oracle ALTA is a new set of templates that we'll be seeing quite a bit of across a number of new technologies.
Three's Company: Going Mobile with Oracle APEX, Oracle MAF, and Oracle MCS
Frederic Desbiens , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 27, 2016, Session 6, 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
I'll admit - anytime there's a comparison of APEX and other similar technologies, it's always interesting to witness the discussion. If nothing else, there will be a good healthy debate as a result of this session!
Shay Shmeltzer, Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 28, 2016, Session 7, 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Oracle JET is a lot more than just charts, and there's a lot of momentum behind this technology. I'm very interested to learn more and perhaps even see a thing or two that you can do with it, as well as the various integration points that are possible with other technologies.
Build a Mobile App in 60 Minutes with MAF
John King , King Training Resources
When: Jun 27, 2016, Session 5, 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm
Native mobile applications are something that APEX doesn't do, so it would be nice to see how this would be possible, should the need ever arise.
Thanks for attending this ODTUG blog hop! Looking for some other juicy cross-track sessions to make your Kscope16 experience more educational? Check out the following session recommendations from fellow experts!
- APEX sessions not to be missed, as recommended by EPM expert Cameron Lackpour: http://camerons-blog-for-essbase-hackers.blogspot.com/2016/05/kscope16-apex-sessions-im-interested-in.html
- BI and Data Warehousing sessions not to be missed, as recommended by EPM expert Dayalan Punniyamoorthy: http://onlyhyperion.blogspot.com/2016/05/Kscope-6-blog-hop-BI-Data-Warehousing-sessions-not-to-miss.html
- Big Data and Advanced Analytics sessions not to be missed, as recommended by Data Warehouse expert Kent Graziano: http://wp.me/p25i8c-Rz
- Database sessions not be missed, as recommended by BI expert Stewart Bryson: https://medium.com/@stewartbryson/what-you-positively-have-to-see-in-the-database-track-at-kscope16-e98615851202#.g74pqn1xp
- EPM sessions not to be missed, as recommended by Database expert Danny Bryant: http://dbaontap.com/2016/05/26/kscope16-blog-hop-epm-sessions-not-miss