JET CI/CD Made Easy Using FlexDeploy by Jay-Ar Brouillard

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Developing new enterprise applications? Building JavaScript based user interfaces that need deployment? Then Flexagon’s new JET Plugin (FlexDeploy 5.1.0.3)  may be for you. With the evolution of technology, companies such as Oracle and Flexagon have been transitioning to the cloud. The move to the cloud has emphasized the use of responsive, scalable, browser-based interfaces.

Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) is an open source toolkit targeted at JavaScript developers. It is filled with multiple architectures, patterns templates, techniques and components for building new applications. JET empowers developers by providing these tools on modern JavaScript, CSS3, and HTML5 design and development principles. What is nice about JET is that it allows users to use as much or as little of the features as they desire. As such, FlexDeploy’s JET plugin contains two new operations for its users, buildJet and deployJet.

The buildJet operation is a wrapper around the ojet build command from the JET Command Line Interface (CLI). With the CLI comes several build options which can be easily configured for your JET application. There is no need to interact with the command line with FlexDeploy because it will handle the specific CLI syntax for you.  Simply enter or enable the build options you would like for your application and you’re on your way. Running the buildJetoperation will execute the ojet build command to package the application, zip the contents, and publish the result to the artifact repository. Read the complete article here.

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