- Deployment to multiple platforms with single codebase
- Oracle support access.
Enabled easier transition into multiple mobile platforms.
There is a lot of room for improvement. MAF has enabled ADF developers to work with mobile devices, but the way the framework works might be confusing to a newcomer. There is not a lot of third party literature on the framework.
I've been using it for 12 months.
We had no issues deploying it.
There are some stability issues with the framework, some bugs can cause the mobile application to crash, and there are other visual bugs as well.
We have had no issues scaling it for our needs.
I would rate them 7/10. You can get a lot of help from the official forum.
I used iOS Cocoa Framework. I chose to move to MAF because I work with Oracle in general, and MAF looked like a great framework to work with.
It's pretty straightforward. We just needed to ensure we had JAVA SDK and JDeveloper installed, then we could download MAF.
We developed it in-house.
The product is not yet available on the market so I do not know how much it is going to cost.
Some screenshots of a mobile app I worked on...