Practical Oracle JET

Developing Enterprise Applications in JavaScript

  • Daniel Curtis

Table of contents

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About this book


Learn how to use Oracle's JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET) as a solution to the all too common problem of internal back office and intranet applications that are typically ugly, clunky, and cumbersome to use. JET simultaneously provides you with a JavaScript toolkit that is cutting-edge while being stable enough for enterprise development in an ecosystem that is notorious for its fast-paced rate of change.

Practical Oracle JET walks through the process of developing a functional application using Oracle JET. By the end of this book you will have built a support ticket system using a variety of different components bundled with the toolkit, including lists, inputs, and visualizations. The skills acquired from reading this book and working the examples equip you to build your own applications and take your understanding even further to more advanced topics.

What You'll Learn:
  • 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


JavaScript Web Development Front-end Development Web Applications Intranet Client-side Development Single-page Applications jQuery RequireJS KnockoutJS

Authors and affiliations

  • Daniel Curtis
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  1. 1.BirminghamUK

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