Workshop: Web Component Development with Oracle JET

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The purpose of this script is to show how to put together a CRUD scenario in an Oracle JET application by means of Web Components. You’ll start by setting up JSON Server, which is a fake REST server, next you’ll set up an Oracle JET application that connects to it and displays its payload, and finally you’ll use the Composite Component Architecture (CCA) to create a reusable Web Component for displaying the payload in different modules, interacting with CRUD functionality defined in the application.

Tip: Go here to follow a free three week MOOC about Oracle JET: oracle.com/goto/jet.

Troubleshooting: If you run into problems, go here for the completed source files: bit.ly/learn-jet-result

The application you’ll create in this workshop will look as follows: Get the workshop material here.

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