No, Oracle hasn't developed an application for tattoo parlours. But Big Red has hinted it will soon bring the world a 'skin editor' for its Fusion applications. That's 'skin' as in the look and feel for the applications, because as Oracle admits here the previous version of Fusion's interface was a little too dependent on …
That really does look like Windows Phone :)
Its still running in Java and looks like shit. Look at the scroll bars, like something from Windows 3.1.
The world has moved on from concerns like "it's running in java". It's a 100% html front end, and it's SaaS. Users don't care if it's java on the back end. With SaaS, it could be COBOL on the back end, but as long as it performs well and has good functionality then the users quite rightly don't care.
I agree about the scroll bars in that screenshot though.
Well it's a start
Yay for getting rid of those horrid tabs with the swoopy trailing edge - the calling card of wonderful java apps the world over
SAP look alike?
I reminds me more of SAP R/3 than anything else.
Cool -- now they'll only be 10 years behind the times. Does this mean that their own hideous customer sites will start to look less like they were designed and written in a 17 year old's basement?
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