Oracle JET for Developers (Packt)
Thursday, 22 February 2018

This book is a practical guide to the Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) and how you can use it to develop efficient client-side applications. Author Raja Malleswara Rao Pattamsetti starts with individual libraries, such as jQuery, Cordova, and Require.js, before moving on to the JavaScript libraries created by Oracle for cloud developers. Examples show how to use these tools to create a working backend application with these libraries.

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Using the latest Oracle Alta UI, the book shows how to develop a state-of-the-art backend for cloud applications, and how to develop and integrate the different cloud services required for applications.

Author: Raja Malleswara Rao Pattamsetti
Publisher: Packt
Date: Dec 2017
Pages: 282
ISBN: 978-1787284743
Print: 1787284743
Kindle: B0753D4L8V
Audience: Web components developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Database

 

 

  • Develop resilient and robust client-side applications
  • Explore the power of popular JavaScript libraries such as jQuery, RequireJS, and custom Oracle JavaScript libraries
  • Integrate JavaScript for Oracle developers
  • Easily debug and secure your cloud interfaces
  • Use Yeoman or npm to start a new Oracle JET-based project
  • Implement real-world use cases using Oracle JET components
  • Get to know the best practices for Oracle JET web applications
  • Explore Knockout.js, the framework behind Oracle JET
  • Implement a multi-platform app with OJ and Cordova

 

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