Leveraging Oracle JET Composite Components in Oracle application Builder Cloud Service by Shay Shmeltzer

Posted: December 27, 2017 in Cloud, JDeveloper & ADF
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One of the new features of Oracle Appliimagecation Builder Cloud Service (ABCS) in the May 2017 release is integration with Oracle JET’s Composite Components Architecture (JET CCA).

Based on the Web Components standard, JET CCA provides a way to define reusable UI components (with logic) that can easily be incorporated into multiple applications.

The new feature in ABCS allows you to pick such components as extensions to the ABCS design time, providing an easy standard way to extend your UI capabilities. For example in the screenshot below you see a new slider component in the common components section, and how it looks like when added to the visual designer. Read the complete article here.

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