5 Oracle JET Beginner Tips by Rebekka Alvsvåg

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What is Oracle JET?

Oracle JET stands for Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit, and it is a free, open source
JavaScript toolkit which is very good for developing hybrid applications (Oracle 2017).

The Oracle JET is a modular toolkit and you can use as much or as little of the features as you want. It  has a lot of benefits (from the Oracle JET docs):

  • Built-in accessibility support
  • Support for internationalization (28 languages and 180+ locales)
  • Rich set of UI components
  • Advanced two-way binding with a common model layer
  • Powerful routing system supporting single-page application navigation
  • Built-in mobile support

Read the full list of benefits here

Now, over to my 5 best Oracle JET Beginner Tips.

Tip 1: Oracle JET & ORDS

In the summer of 2017 I was working with Oracle JET for 9 weeks during my internship at CERN in Switzerland. In my project, I was refactoring a web application for scheduling the support activities for the members of the Information Technologies and Databases Department at CERN.  The technologies I was using was Oracle JET and Oracle ORDS.

My experience is that Oracle JET works very well with Oracle ORDS which stands for Oracle Rest Data Services(a java application that maps HTTP verbs to database transactions).

When we put these two technologies together we see that they are quite easily combined and
they have many advantages as shown in the figure below. Read the complete article here.

 

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