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"The power of Oracle ADF is in the business components.""The most valuable feature is the ease of integration with other Oracle products.""There are several valuable features. First is the fast deployment. Also the ease of use.""The most valuable features of this solution are the business components."

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"The platform is easy for developers to download.""The cloud version is very scalable.""It gives you confidence in a readily available platform.""Features that help with monitoring and tracking network calls between several micro services.""I have found the starter solutions valuable, as well as integration with other products.""It's great because it simplifies development. Together with MyBatis they make a beautiful pair for Java development."

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Cons
"Oracle ADF needs more components and the layout can be improved.""The application needs to be more lightweight and the performance improved.""Lacks tailoring to geographic regional differences and consistent integration with third parties.""The performance of this solution needs to be improved because it is very slow."

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"It needs to be simplified, more user-friendly.""The security could be simplified.""communicationbetween different services from the third party layers or with the legacy applications needs to improve.""Having to restart the application to reload properties.""Perhaps an even lighter-weight, leaner version could be made available, to compete with alternative solutions, such as NodeJS.""The product could be improved by supporting and integrating Hadoop."

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"We use a lot of Oracle products and in total, we pay about £5 million ($6.1 million USD) per year.""The cost of this solution is approximately $47,000 USD per site."

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"This is an open-source product.""Spring Boot is free; even the Spring Tools Suite for Eclipse is free."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: There are several valuable features. First is the fast deployment. Also the ease of use.
Top Answer: Just begin by contacting Oracle. It's hard to find the right place to contact because of a lack of advertisement for their tools and user groups. Last year I was in Manchester for an Oracle conference… more »
Top Answer: The product could be improved with more relevance to the region. We are in the Middle East. Some technologies are not applicable here, especially when we talk about complex integration like with the… more »
Top Answer: I have found the starter solutions valuable, as well as integration with other products.
Top Answer: Spring Boot is free; even the Spring Tools Suite for Eclipse is free. I advise others to use the cost savings to invest in Postman Pro, and to use that product to create and run suites of integration… more »
Top Answer: Perhaps an even lighter-weight, leaner version could be made available, to compete with alternative solutions, such as NodeJS. It would also be extremely helpful if hand-holding templates were… more »
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Overview

Oracle ADF is an end-to-end Java EE framework that simplifies application development by providing out-of-the-box infrastructure services and a visual and declarative development experience. Oracle ADF simplifies Java EE development by minimizing the need to write code that implements the application’s infrastructure allowing the developers to focus on the features of the actual application. Oracle ADF provides these infrastructure implementations as part of the framework. It also implements the Model-View-Controller design pattern and offers an integrated solution that covers all the layers of the architecture integrated with the Oracle SOA and WebCenter Portal frameworks.

Spring Boot is designed to get developers up and running as quickly as possible, with minimal upfront configuration of Spring. Spring Boot takes an opinionated view of building production-ready applications. Make implementing modern application best practices an intuitive and easy first practice! Build microservices with REST, WebSocket, Messaging, Reactive, Data, Integration, and Batch capabilities via a simple and consistent development experience.

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Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle Application Development Framework vs. Spring Boot and other solutions. Updated: September 2020.
438,441 professionals have used our research since 2012.
Oracle Application Development Framework is ranked 3rd in Java Frameworks with 4 reviews while Spring Boot is ranked 2nd in Java Frameworks with 6 reviews. Oracle Application Development Framework is rated 7.8, while Spring Boot is rated 8.6. The top reviewer of Oracle Application Development Framework writes "Easy to teach to programmers especially regarding how to capture the technology and how to enhance it". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Spring Boot writes "Good security and integration, and the autowiring feature saves on development time". Oracle Application Development Framework is most compared with Spring MVC and Apache Spark, whereas Spring Boot is most compared with Apache Spark, Jakarta EE, Eclipse MicroProfile, Open Liberty and Thorntail. See our Oracle Application Development Framework vs. Spring Boot report.

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