Another week and another example project. Now is a great time to learn Oracle Intelligent Advisor and with all the training options as well as these Example Projects, you certainly have everything you need to get ahead with Oracle Intelligent Advisor. The Path Finder Example project is a great example. To find out what it can help you learn, read on!
There is a video code-along demonstration at the end of this article where we will look at the features mentioned below. So let’s get into the Path Finder Example Project:
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to use the Path Finder Project in Oracle Intelligent Advisor
- How to use the Path Finder Project
The concept behind the Path Finder Example Project is of a student looking to find out campus details for their chosen area of study. The project is made up of just a few screens, but as you can see from the image below, there is a high degree of styling being demonstrated. In fact, it goes beyond styling and actually uses an Interview Extension.
- What does the Path Finder Project demonstrate
The project showcases three major Oracle Intelligent Advisor functionalities – interview extensions, label and screen visibility and values lists. They are used for different reasons of course. The Extension provides this Example Project with a new, funky navigation flow. Instead of the standard theme-based navigation bar, we see custom images and clickable links to move around in the project Screens. The label visibility and screen visibility are used like in other Example Projects to provide the user with an optimized experience, hiding information or resources that are not relevant. Finally, the Value Lists are used to create a hierarchy of two levels to select your area of study. These items are all discussed and demonstrated in the video below.
- Adaptation Ideas for Path Finder
- Upsides and Downsides
A simple project with different learning opportunities depending on your experience and background. Excellent!
If you want to watch a code-along video with me to see how to use the project and where to start, here it is. You can also subscribe to our YouTube Channel.