An introduction to myself: To give this blog some context, I intend this blog to be an insight into how I learn the different technologies I’ll be in contact with at my business unit at Capgemini, ERP Cloud Solutions. As a degree apprentice developer in the team the posts should have a technical focus and that’s about as specific as I can be at this point. Fair to say I’m just as interested to see where this goes as anyone else.
How did using OJET benefit?
Oracle JET has been an excellent tool to get involved with and most of its strongest features have benefitted my own personal journey throughout. Firstly, the manner JET has selected its libraries (open source, reliable, stable AND widely known) has been exactly what I’ve needed at this point of my development. Along with this, the forums and community around the product are well maintained and you can expect a well-informed reply within a short period of time, another excellent resource I’ve been happy to draw upon. This without mentioning what I believe is the most useful tool for any potential UI developer who would want to use JET, the Cookbook (link below). The cookbook gives a huge number of ready-made components that’re fully customisable and available for use, these components found themselves inside some of my teams own custom built components too, so there’s no concern around a lack of flexibility. Read the complete article here.
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