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 This wiki has been replaced by the Oracle Alta Mobile UI Design Guidelines website. This content is available for pre- Alta reference (before MAF 2.0).

Mobile Application Framework (MAF) Design: One Solution for Multiple Platforms

Example Application

See an example sales application designed with MAF patterns and components 



The following are set of common patterns to help design Native Phone and Tablet apps. Currently they are focused on iOS and Android platforms.  These patterns provide a summary of a design solutions. They are common flow or page designs that maybe used across all multiple product families. The patterns are common solutions that developers can easily apply across all application suite products.


The following are a set of user interface components that are available in MAF. This information provides the building blocks for designing Native Phone and Tablet apps. This component information describes appearance, behavior, usage and sample code for these components. The usage guidelines will continue to be updated.

MAF Value

Benefits and features of using Mobile Application Framework.

  • Single Code Base
  • Android and iOS Platforms
  • Tablet and Phone Devices
  • Native Looking Components
  • Device Services Access
  • Hybrid Mobile Web Solution

For Designers

Mobile design requires a different way of thinking compared to desktop design.

For Developers

Resources for getting started with ADF Mobile.

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Page: 10 Mobile Design Principals Page: Component - Carousel Page: Component - Chart Page: Component - Command Button Page: Component - Gauge Page: Component - Geo Map Page: Component - Image Page: Component - Indicator Page: Component - Input Date Page: Component - Input Slider Page: Component - Input Text Page: Component - Link Page: Component - List View Page: Component - Output Text Page: Component - Panel Form Layout Page: Component - Panel Group Layout Page: Component - Panel Page Page: Component - Panel Splitter Page: Component - Popup Page: Component - Select Boolean Checkbox Page: Component - Select Many Checkbox Page: Component - Select Many Choice Page: Component - Select One Button Page: Component - Select One Choice Page: Component - Select One Radio Page: Component - Spacer Page: Component - Switch Page: Component - Table Layout Page: Component - Thematic Map Page: Example Sales Application Designed with MAF Page: Mobile Task Flows Page: Pattern - Activity Feed Page: Pattern - Animated Transitions Page: Pattern - Attachments Page: Pattern - Branding Area Page: Pattern - Card Page: Pattern - Comment and Post Page: Pattern - Contextual Actions Page: Pattern - Create Object Page: Pattern - Detail on Demand Page: Pattern - Device Gestures Page: Pattern - Dialog Page: Pattern - Display Gestures Page: Pattern - Geographic Map Page: Pattern - Grid View Page: Pattern - Manage Object Page: Pattern - Navigation Bar Page: Pattern - Navigation Menu Page: Pattern - Notifications Page: Pattern - Photo Capture Page: Pattern - Remote Content Page: Pattern - Search Page: Pattern - Sign In Page: Pattern - Sliding Panel Page: Pattern - Springboard Page: Pattern - Swim Lane Page: Pattern - Timeline Page: Pattern - Toolbar Page: Pattern - Voice Input

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