A New Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service – Visual and Coding Combined by: Shay Shmeltzer


We are happy to announce the availability of Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS) – Oracle’s visual low-code development platform for JavaScript based applications with built-in autonomous capabilities.

Over the past couple of years, the visual development approach of VBCS has made it a very attractive solution to citizen developers who leveraged the no-code required nature of the platform to build their custom applications.

Many professional developers also expressed interest in the visual development experience they saw, but they were looking for additional capabilities.

Specifically developers were demanding an option to have direct access to the code that the visual tools created so they can change it and enhance it with their own custom code to achieve richer behaviors.

With the new VBCS version we are addressing these demands adding direct access to manipulate code, while keeping the low-code characteristics of VBCS.

Visual and Code Based Development Combined

Just like in previous versions, constructing the UI is done through a visual WYSIWYG layout editor. Existing VBCS users will notice that they now have access to a much richer set of UI components in the component palette. In fact they now have access to all of the components offered by Oracle JET (Oracle’s open-source JavaScript Extension Toolkit). In addition you can add more components to the palette using the Web-components standard based Oracle JET composite components architecture (CCA). Read the complete article here.

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