Oracle JET Free on-demand training : Soar higher with Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) 4.0


Duration: 28 days

Language: English

Available Again! This course was run previously so if you didn’t have time to finish or didn’t get a chance to take the course previously, here is your chance! Enroll today!


Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) empowers developers by providing a modular open source toolkit based on modern JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5 design and development principles. Oracle JET is targeted at intermediate to advanced JavaScript developers working on client-side applications. It’s a collection of open source JavaScript libraries along with a set of Oracle contributed JavaScript libraries that make it as simple and efficient as possible to build applications that consume and interact with Oracle products and services, especially Oracle Cloud services.

In this three week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) you will learn how to:

Apply basic JET principles to create Oracle JET applications including JET modules, layouts and components

Apply more advanced JET functionality, including navigation, routing, validation, layouts, and responsive design.

Create hybrid mobile applications with Cordova in combination with Oracle JET.

Integrate with the world outside Oracle JET, e.g., the Composite Component Architecture (CCA components) and the Oracle Cloud.

Deal with the remaining enterprise-level challenges, i.e., internationalization, accessibility, and security.

Trainer: Geertjan Wielenga

Geertjan Wielenga is an Oracle product manager focused on open source tools and technologies such as Oracle JET ( and NetBeans IDE ( He lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

For more details please visit the registration page here.


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