ojet. This CLI is new as of May-2017. Prior to using
ojet, the approach to deploying Oracle JET scaffolding was to leverage a series of Node Package Manager (npm) and Yeoman (yo) commands.
As of today, the new
ojet CLI simplifies the way that Oracle JET template applications are created. You can read about installing the new CLI installed here: Getting Started
The instructions in that post assume you already have
npm installed on your machine. If you don’t have these installed then you will need to head over to Node.js and get the pre-requisite software installed.
Example Web App
Here I’ll walk you through the process of using
ojet to initialize a web application using the
navdrawer template. Note, I’ll be using a Mac in this example but the commands should be the same on Windows or Linux. Read the complete article here.
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