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    Daniel Diaz
    ADF VS VBCSAnswered
    Topic posted April 3, 2019 by Daniel DiazRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged JET, UI, Web 
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    Title:
    ADF VS VBCS
    Summary:
    Comparison between two different frameworks highlightings pro and cons
    Content:

    Hello Experts, this is intended for those who want to take a leap to VBCS and are experienced ADF developers.

    It is based on 3 ADF experience developers including myself.

    If you already did this switch it would be great to hear your opinion on the article and what additional info can be add and why.

    https://www.itevol.net/single-post/2019/03/27/ADF-VS-VBCS

    It is really interesting.

    Have Fun!!

     

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    Shay Shmeltzer

    Thanks for doing the write up.

    A couple of corrections to your cons section:

    1 - You don't have to use OIC or SOA for backend - VB has the ability to create your backend objects too - these are the business objects. In addition you can access any random REST service out there - it doesn't even need to run on the Oracle stack.

    2 - DevCS is actually free. You only need to pay if you are using the build functionality. The Git repository it provides is free,

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    • Shay Shmeltzer

      Thanks for doing the write up.

      A couple of corrections to your cons section:

      1 - You don't have to use OIC or SOA for backend - VB has the ability to create your backend objects too - these are the business objects. In addition you can access any random REST service out there - it doesn't even need to run on the Oracle stack.

      2 - DevCS is actually free. You only need to pay if you are using the build functionality. The Git repository it provides is free,

      • Daniel Diaz

        It is updated my friend..  take a look in the cons whenever you can..

        Any additional suggestion is always welcome.. yes

    • Shay Shmeltzer

      Thanks for doing the write up.

      A couple of corrections to your cons section:

      1 - You don't have to use OIC or SOA for backend - VB has the ability to create your backend objects too - these are the business objects. In addition you can access any random REST service out there - it doesn't even need to run on the Oracle stack.

      2 - DevCS is actually free. You only need to pay if you are using the build functionality. The Git repository it provides is free,

    • Daniel Diaz

      Great Shay,  I will update the article.

      Thanks a lot, any suggestion to add or update is always welcome.

      yes