Our requirement is to use Oracle JET to show data on a world map, e.g., the number of employees in our organization working in various countries around the world. Below you see an example—three different ranges represented by colors on the map:
To get to the above point, let’s start with the simplest imaginable world map scenario with Oracle JET’s built-in maps for ojThematicMap.
Here’s the view:
component: 'ojThematicMap',basemap: 'world',areaLayers: layers}"style="height:500px;width:100%"></div>
Here's the viewModel: Read the complete article here.
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