Iron Man Skin for WebCenter

May 12th, 2010 8 Comments

John Sim has produced an Iron Man skin for WebCenter.

Pretty slick, although I’m not sure how long I could use it. Add this to his list of other WebCenter skins.

Nice work John. I wonder what he thinks of our work with WebCenter . . . .


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8 Responses to “Iron Man Skin for WebCenter”

  1. John Sim Says:

    Thanks Jake ;)

    I`m not sure how usable the IronMan skin will be in the real world – its just a fun small Easter Egg for demos that I`m adding to, to show others the potential of skinning Spaces. A lot of new developers are having a hard time understanding how skinning works within spaces and I`m hoping this will help others jump out of the confinement of the current spaces skin.

    Great work on the internal skin – I haven`t played with it yet but seen a few presented demos its looking good; I just want to fire up firebug and see how you guys have implemented a few things.

    Don`t forget the dark skin –
    http://www.bluestudios.co.uk/blog/?p=975

  2. Jake Says:

    Everyone loves Easter Eggs. I remember now that you've seen our changes in action. We actually used an OOTB skin. Most of the work went into rearranging the navigation, adding the publisher and activity stream, etc. We're working on getting you (and others who've asked) a closer look.

    I did see the dark skin, but since it's close to the Iron Man skin, I picked a lighter one as contrast.

  3. John Sim Says:

    Thanks Jake ;)

    I`m not sure how usable the IronMan skin will be in the real world – its just a fun small Easter Egg for demos that I`m adding to, to show others the potential of skinning Spaces. A lot of new developers are having a hard time understanding how skinning works within spaces and I`m hoping this will help others jump out of the confinement of the current spaces skin.

    Great work on the internal skin – I haven`t played with it yet but seen a few presented demos its looking good; I just want to fire up firebug and see how you guys have implemented a few things.

    Don`t forget the dark skin –
    http://www.bluestudios.co.uk/blog/?p=975

  4. Jake Says:

    Everyone loves Easter Eggs. I remember now that you've seen our changes in action. We actually used an OOTB skin. Most of the work went into rearranging the navigation, adding the publisher and activity stream, etc. We're working on getting you (and others who've asked) a closer look.

    I did see the dark skin, but since it's close to the Iron Man skin, I picked a lighter one as contrast.

  5. Siva512 Says:

    Hi All,
    Hope everyone doing great. I am a Java developer with Eclipse IDE.
    As I am new to this Webcenter, I need small help on how to customize the exsting Skin/theme, I am new to JDeveloper also, please can any one help me how to customize Skin with out coding or how create new Skin and Installation of it.

    waiting for help.

  6. Jake Says:

    Two suggestions:
    1. Reach out to John Sim, who has built several custom skins. His blog is here: http://www.bluestudios.co.uk/blog/

    2. You can find a ton of WebCenter information on OTN. Here’s the WC home on OTN: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/webcenter/overview/index.html

    Several of these white papers will be helpful: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/webcenter/white-papers-088385.html

  7. Brenda Yin Says:

    very impressive…, John, unbelievable… thanks for sharing it, what you have done can convince client what webcenter look and feel can reach

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