JET – Rendering Table from ADF BC REST Service by Andrejus Baranovskis


clip_image002Oracle JET – new tool for us to build UI applications with JavaScript. Right now there is no out of the box integration with ADF Faces, I heard on OOW there might be some sort of integration available in the future. At the end of the day this is only JavaScript and you can integrate it into existing ADF page by yourself. Probably you would not want this, ADF Faces offers very rich set of functionalities and there is no need in extra components. Unless you would like to use WebSockets in ADF and would like to push data from JavaScript into DVT components – it could be easier to do this with JET, instead of going through ADF Bindings layer.
JET comes with developer guide, this is the first source of information along with Cookbook examples. I have implemented sample application for today post, based on developer guide section – Creating a CRUD Application Using Oracle JET. Here you can download the sample – If you would like to run it, make sure to add JET JavaScript libraries, you can take them from JET QuickStart. Size of these libraries was too large, this is why I have removed them.
REST service is implemented with ADF BC, I have described it in previous post – ADF 12.2.1 ADF BC Support for REST.
This is how it looks a table rendered with JET from REST data supplied by ADF BC, with pagination support. JET is using Alta UI style, visually there is no much difference comparing to ADF Faces:

Data is displayed from REST generated on top of ADF BC: Read the complete article here.

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