JET: Getting Started With Modern Web Development created by Andreas Koop

Posted: April 6, 2016 in JDeveloper & ADF
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clip_image002While there are many JavaScript frameworks and libraries to choose from,  few cover all the typical requirements for enterprise applications. This article by Oracle ACE Director Andreas Koop examines Oracle JET’s potential as an enterprise-grade framework for end-to-end client-side web application development, and then shows you how to get started building your first JET application.

It was one of the great announcements at Open World 2015: Oracle JET, the JavaScript Extension Toolkit, entered the stage of client-side web application development frameworks. Although a lot of JavaScript frameworks and libraries are out there, very few cover all requirements that typically exist for enterprise applications. Oracle JET promises to be an enterprise-grade framework for end-to-end client-side web application development. In this technical article, I am going to give an overview of Oracle JET, its main concepts and how you can get started to build your first JET application.

Architecture for Modern Web Applications

Before doing a deep dive into implementation details, let’s look at web architectures and patterns in order to classify Oracle JET properly and get a better understanding. The de facto standard pattern is MVC (Model-View-Controller) on the server side. Whether you are using Perl, PHP, Phyton or the Oracle/Java-based techniques like JSPs (Java Server Pages), Struts (Open Source Apache Framework), JSF (Java Server Faces) or ADF Faces, best practice is to separate your code into Model, View and Controller. See Figure 1 for illustration of this traditional pattern. Read the complete article here.

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