Practical Oracle JET (Apress)
Wednesday, 15 May 2019

With the subtitle "Developing Enterprise Applications in JavaScript" this book shows how to use Oracle's JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) for internal back office and intranet applications. Author Daniel Curtis walks through the process of developing a functional application using Oracle JET. The example built throughout the book is a support ticket system using a variety of different components bundled with the toolkit, including lists, inputs, and visualizations.

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Author: Daniel Curtis
Publisher: Apress
Date: May 2019
Pages: 256
ISBN: 978-1484243459
Print: 1484243455
Kindle: B07RMCYQPF
Audience: Oracle developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Database

  • Build a real-world Oracle JET application
  • Understand the fundamental technologies used in JET
  • Control look and feel through theming a JET application 
  • Develop interfaces using Web Components
  • Include and interface with third-party libraries
  • Configure automated unit testing of JET applications

 

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