Building the future of Oracle JET Ecosystem by João Tiago

Introduction

imageIn the past months I was introduced to Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit, an extensible product put together by Oracle to enable building enterprise grade front-ends in JavaScript (client-side applications) which happens to be integrated in the Oracle Cloud and seamlessly integrated in Oracle’s SaaS products such as Oracle Cloud Visual Builder (yes, you can build JavaScript front-ends with a drag-and-drop interface in the Cloud).

On an ever-changing JavaScript ecosystem, Oracle JET’s real benefits are the ability to focus on developing while Oracle takes care of leveraging popular open-source technologies for you to develop your applications using their abstractions which are based on decoupled architecture, without compromising on making your own choices to extend the toolkit.

JET includes accessibility support, template based Single Page Application, internationalization support out of the box, advanced one and two-way binding with a common model layer, powerful routing system, built-in mobile support and a rich set of UI components. Read the complete article here.

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