Oracle JET Composite Components – Manual for JET Coder by Andrejus Baranovskis

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JET Composite Components – are useful not only to build UI widgets, but also to group and simplify JET code. In this post, I will show how to wrap JET table into composite component and use all essential features, such as properties, methods, events and slots.
Sample app code is available on GitHub. JET table is wrapped into composite component, it comes with slot for toolbar buttons:

What is the benefit to wrap such components as JET table into your own composite? To name a few:
1. Code encapsulation. Complex functionality, which requires multiple lines of HTML and JS code resides in the composite component
2. Maintenance and migration. It is easier to fix JET specific changes in single place
3. Faster development. There is less steps to repeat and less code to write for developer, when using shorter definition of the wrapper composite component
Sample application implements table-redsam component, for the table UI you can see above. Here is component usage example, very short and clean: Read the complete article. here

 

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