Recently came across this presentation slide.https://www.slideshare.net/DanielMerchnGarca/nloug-2018-future-of-jsf-and-adf.
I really like how the presenter explained the content.
On slide 33, the content goes like this:
Oracle ADF is based on JavaServer Faces. You love it or hate it. There is not middle point.
Oracle ADF 184.108.40.206 (latest release) is based on JSF 2.2. There are not plans for upgrading Oracle ADF to be aligned with JSF 2.3+ and beyond. Oracle ADF is still supported by Oracle, but it will not receive major improvements or upgrades.
He still recommends using ADF, if you follow through this entire presentation.
Is this officially true that Oracle will not support JSF 2.3+ in Oracle ADF? Can anyone confirm or update on this statement?
He also explained how we can work around those new features of JSF 2.3 within ADF. But that’s not the clean way for a mature and established enterprise technology like ADF Faces. Then we will recreate or work around any new features of JSF within ADF.
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Thanks for the response.
Looks like ADF 19 feature additions are primarily to make the ADF applications Cloud compatible or paving the road to move the ADF application to Oracle Cloud.
“There is always a chance…” is suggest me to second/accept Jean-Marc's comment.
Should we start planning on migrating ADF to another technology?
Any comments or suggestions from Chris, Frank and other ADF experts/promoters?