This article speaks on simplifying the process of creating and registering a custom converter in your Oracle JET application.
The entire job can be essentially broken down into 3 parts:
1. Creating the custom converter (including the logic for formatting the input data).
2. Registering the new converter with JET runtime, and finally,
3. Using the converter.
The converter which I am going to talk about is a Phone-Number-Converter. It takes in a string or a number input value, and changes the same into (###) ###-#### format. Just to keep it simple, it assumes that a phone number should always be of 10 digits.
The entire logic for the new converter is in an external file – PhoneNumberConverter.js. The converter’s format method takes care of the logic for the conversion. Read the complete article here.
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