Easy install of Oracle JET web components using npm by John Brock

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If you have worked with Oracle JET before, you may have experienced how easy it is to create custom web components using the CLI. However, sharing those web components is a little more tricky when it comes to different ways of distributing them.

Of course the CLI has built-in support for publishing to the Oracle Exchange (and far more interactions) but not everyone has an Oracle Cloud account. Working with JET Web Components

Another way to package and distribute your web component is to publish it as an NPM package and allow others to simply do an npm install from the root of their project. Read the complete article here.

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