One of my favorite parts in Oracle JET – modular code structuring support. This allows to split application functionality into modules and reusable functions. In this post I will show how you could leverage Oracle JET modular architecture not only by implementing common code functions, but also by managing data maintained in common modules.
Let’s jump to the example (download or browse through sample code on GitHub repository – JETModularArchitecture). Sample application is based on JET template. I have created two common modules – dashboardChartHelper and dashboardTableHelper. These modules define data structure to be displayed in the dashboard and provide API to manage this data from consuming module:
Both helper modules are imported into consuming module – dashboard: Read the complete article here.
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