The book is written in clear and easy to understand language.
I would definitely recommend this book as a starting point for anyone wanting to get to grips with ADF for the first time - the examples actually worked too.
I think before doing anything other than the basic tutorials you should read this book first.
I was really impressed with the pace and flow of the book. All the major concepts are covered in a logical progression. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kylie
ADF can be overwhelming at first, even with previous experience in Java/SQL. This book eases you in gently - it has broad coverage for most of the platform's concepts. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Tom
Great for fusion development in a non saas environment. This book is a member of a series. I recommend the other oracle books also.Published 19 months ago by Michael Mitlitsky
One reviewer said, this book is not a tutorial (clickity click) and for that reason I rate this book excellent. Read morePublished 20 months ago by BigBrotherAmazon
Simple, easy to understand and great for the beginner. The book was written for the enterprising developer new to Jdeveloper and Oracle Fusion Development and it has been quite... Read morePublished on August 13, 2012 by clement
This is an excellent book. It introduces the basic concepts very nicely and also gives you little example nuggets to digest. An ideal book for beginners. Read morePublished on February 24, 2012 by Arnab
Yes, this "Quick Start Guide to Oracle Fusion Development" if just EXCELLENT !!
Everything important is covered, just at the level needed to make readers not lost. Read more
Grant Ronald managed to write an excellent "Quick Start Guide to Oracle Fusion Development".
A look at the content immediately learns that this book covers the whole... Read more