Introduction to JET Dynamic Components in Visual Builder by Shay Shmeltzer

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Oracle JET’s Dynamic Components are now available in Oracle Visual Builder’s components exchange. These components help you develop user interfaces that dynamically change what content is shown and how it is presented based on rules that you define. In this blog we’ll give you a quick introduction to these components. 

Basic Concepts

The dynamic components use rules that you define to decide which data to show and how to show it. They provide a great solution for cases where you need to render different content based on some conditions in your app.

The rules that you define use built in variables that refer to the context the component is rendered in. For example, you can check the size of the device accessing your app, or information about the user using the app such as their role or email. In addition, you can define your own variables for the components’ context. Based on the conditions you decide which pieces of information to show – for example selecting a different sets of fields to show depending on whether the app is accessed from a large screen or a mobile device. Read the complete article here.

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