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E1: MOB: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Strategy (Doc ID 2652952.1)

Last updated on APRIL 22, 2020

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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
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The requirements for a mobile application development platform continue to evolve.  Today, customers are seeking low code/no code options to empower domain experts such as business analysts with limited programming background to build line of business or departmental apps.  This evolution in the industry has led JD Edwards to a mobile strategy whereby customers leverage their choice of front-end low code/no code development tools that connect to JD Edwards through orchestrations to develop their own mobile applications.  This approach allows flexibility and choice so customers can deliver the right user interface for the use case and the user.

 

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To support this mobile strategy, JD Edwards now provides a learning path focused on creating sample mobile apps. This learning path shows how customers can leverage JD Edwards Orchestrator Studio along with Oracle’s Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS) to develop their own mobile applications.  Developers and non-developers alike can leverage the learning path to gain ideas on how best to meet their mobile application needs. Customers can access the learning path from LearnJDE Mobile Platform and solutions found here.  Find the link for Building Your Own Mobile Application by Leveraging JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrations under Implement.

Also, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Mobile Enterprise Applications go into Sustaining Support May 1st, 2021. Please see JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sustaining Support for Mobile Enterprise Applications for more details.

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