Some of my Solutions for challenges with Oracle JET by Lucas Jellema

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This article is not some sophisticated treatise on Oracle JET fundamentals.It is merely a collection of challenges I had to deal with and found solutions for – that work, even if they are perhaps not the best approach around. This article is first of all a personal notebook. If you can get anything useful from it, then by all means take it and enjoy it.

The code for the application referenced in this article can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/lucasjellema/webshop-portal-soaring-through-the-cloud-native-sequel.

How to define a global context that is accessible from all modules?

The challenge is a simple one: I want to be able to set a value in one module and have access to that value in other modules. For example: when I enter my username in one module. I want to make that value available in the very root of the application (index.html and ViewModel appController.js) as well in a second module, called dashboard (accessible through the Home tab): Read the complete article here.

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