Sample JET Codebases In the Wild by Paul Thaden

Posted: April 7, 2016 in JDeveloper & ADF
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clip_image002If you want to get started with OracleJET, the purest way is to download only the base distribution package and then create a HTML5/JS app in NetBeans. This creates a very plain app: an empty canvas ready for you to pour your code into from scratch.

But if you’re looking to see (and possibly steal ideas from) some working code, the easiest way is to use NetBeans 8.1’s QuickStart Template and let it download the Basic Starter Template zip file to build out a project for you. The wizard uses the same Quickstart basic starter code that you can download by hand from OTN if you don’t want to use NetBeans.

As I’ve been ramping up on JET I’ve stumbled on a few other examples of working JET code that can be imported as HTML5/JS apps into NetBeans following the same steps in Geertjan’s blog above. Here’s a list of some JET samples in the wild:

WorkBetter App

The WorkBetter demo is a great showcase of what you can do with JET and stands in contrast to the QuickStart template with fancy styling and masonry layout on the home page. If it looks familiar it’s because this is the JET version of the ADF WorkBetter sample app. The beautiful thing is that you can look at the code by downloading the zip file:

moviesJET

Blogger Kenneth Lange wrote an excellent JET tutorial that mirrors an Angular.js exercise out on the Internets. He builds a CRUD app up from the base distribution and documents the process. Read the complete article here.

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