Web Components & JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) Visualization – Oracle Developer Meetup Monday, February 17, 2020 London UK

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Web Components & JET Visualization
Geertjan has come over from the Netherlands to talk about the Web Components Standard and how it is supported within JET as means to create custom pieces of a web UI.
Beauty is in the eye of JET
James Neate – Capagemini UK Microservices & JET SME
Oracle JET offers an incredibly powerful set of components to enable the visualization of data. James will introduce the breadth of available possibilities and present a realworld use case of some the visualizations and how its possible to leverage other JavaScript graphics libraries using our very own Drone Dashboard.

Agenda
18.00 Doors Open
18.30 Beer & Pizza
19.00 Introductions – Phil Wilkins
19.05 Geertjan Wielenga – Web Components & JET
20.05ish James Neate – Beauty is in the eye of JET
21.00 So Long and thanks for Pizza, Beer.

Schedule

Monday, February 17, 2020
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Locaton

Oracle City Office

One South Place, London · EC2M 2RB

For details please visit the registration page here.

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