Oracle JET 3 – How to add third party libraries – For example by Enno Schulte


One of the biggest advantages of Oracle JET is, that we have a toolkit instead of a framework. This means, we are easily able to add third party libraries into our stack. When you take a look at all those javascript libraries out there, you will realize that the pain is to choose the right library for the right purpose.

With version 2.2 you had to rely on bower to add components or libraries. Now in version 3 everything is about NPM. In my opinion it is great that they switched from to different package managers to only one.

Let’s take a closer look on how to add an additional Library to a new Oracle JET app. One Library I often use is Lets create a simple example app with integration. Read the complete article here.

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