One of our Rubicon Red consultants, Kapil Kapani, has been using Oracle ADF on a few recent projects, and he's taken some time out, to share some of his insights.
In Oracle ADF Faces you have a couple of choices when laying out screens - the Panel Form Layout and the Panel Grid Layout. The Panel Form Layout is great for screens with only a few simple items, however, it doesn’t work quite so well in terms of layout and alignment, with more complicated UIs.
Check out Kapil's latest blog post to find out why the Panel Grid Layout in Oracle ADF is the perfect choice for laying out screens when there are complex data items of different types.
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