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The following link shows a helpful article comparing alternate ways of using Java to programmatically retrieve an ADF Faces or JSF managed bean. In other words, this is how to evaluate EL in Java code.
In the past I posted a link to the Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client demos (server-based web applications). Now that the Oracle ADF Mobile framework for native iOS and Android applications has been released, a similar demo is now available: the Oracle ADF Mobile mock component gallery.
This mock component gallery is based on the real component gallery application bundled with the ADF Mobile JDeveloper extension. The recommended best place to view this demo is using the mobile Safari or Chrome browsers on your iOS and Android devices. Doing that will give you the closest experience to how the components will appear and behave in real ADF Mobile applications. However, you can also view the demo using desktop Safari and Chrome for an approximate experience when access to a mobile device is not available.