Free online Training Oracle JET Web Components


Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) empowers developers by providing a free and open source modular client-side toolkit based on modern JavaScript, CSS3, and HTML5 design and development principles.

In the development of JET, Oracle believes that following standards and specifications is extremely important whenever possible, especially in the context of enterprise applications. The W3C Web Component specification is one of these standards, with the potential of enabling a larger vision of building and consuming reusable components across a team of developers and, even, across organizations throughout the industry.

Oracle itself is embracing the W3C Web Component specification to provide a consistent way of interoperating with, and extending, Oracle products from all corners of the company. For example, imagine the power of being able create an Oracle JET Web Component that can be reused across Oracle’s PaaS, SaaS, and Database tools like APEX, without changing your code. In the same way, any other application with its client-side developed by means of JET can benefit from these advantages, too.

In this two week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) you will learn:

  • Understanding the W3C Web Component standard.
  • How Oracle JET follows the W3C Web Component standard.
  • How to set up JET Web Components.
  • The architecture of JET Web Components.
  • Working with Attributes, Properties, Events, Methods, Slots.
  • Translation/Internationalization of JET Web Components.
  • Use Case: CRUD application development with JET Web Components.
  • Use Case: Extending the Oracle Visual Builder Cloud.

Attend the training here.


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