The key to making your application usable is a standardized, well-designed graphical user interface (GUI). This example defines GUI design standards and guidelines for an application built with Oracle Forms 5.0.
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Does your project team and your client know what the project milestones should look like? Describe the progressive milestones and their relationship to the rest of the project, as in this example of the design phase of an application development project.
Your Oracle code may do the job, but is it intelligible? Reusable? Use these standards to make coding simpler and easier to debug, which results in quicker programming for your team and the gift of reusability for future teams.
Weak links in your testing could mean project failure. Make sure you know what to test and when.
Put your plan on paper. Everything you need for composing an intranet project plan is right here.
Should a particular logic module reside on the client side or the server side? This document helps you decide which, based on reusability, degree of server-intensive processing and form-based dependencies.
Business users in today's information-saturated world are demanding -- they want the right information they need to conduct their work, without having to wait for it when they need it or sift through lots of irrelevant information to find what they need. Data warehousing is one of today's hottest informational architectures for serving this need. Read all about it
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Are you finished with your GUI design? Not without a quality check! Use this form to examine all the GUI details and produce a stellar user interface.