Reusing JET Composite Components in JET, ADF, MAX and ABCS – W3C Web Component Style by Lucas Jellema


This is a short article about a big topic. About how JET Composite Components – small or pretty substantial – can be reused and integrated, not only in other JET applications (or components) but also in Oracle ADF applications and Application Builder CS. JET Composite Components are based on the W3C Web Component standards – that “allow for the creation of reusable widgets or components in web documents and web applications”, supported by all major browsers.

Some examples of what components could look like and could be used for:

A JET Composite Component is a reusable piece of UI that can be embedded as a custom HTML element and can be composed of other composites, JET components, HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. REST data access can be integrated as deeply or shallowly as desired inside the component – so the component can arrange for its own data. A JET Composite Component is configured with run time meta data to define Attributes/Parameters/Settings, emits Events that can be handled out side of the component and may carry additional design time meta data extensions that facilitate for integration into business-user tools (for example providing explanations about the purpose, functionality and usage of the component). Read the complete article here.

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