Go Mobile with Oracle JET As Easy As 1 2 3 by Andrejus Baranovskis

Posted: November 15, 2016 in Mobile
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Oracle JET allows to build and run mobile hybrid applications. It is using Cordova to run on mobile device and provide access to device services. This is cool and what is great about it – it allows to get you started with mobile development in minutes. Besides all this – it is free.
I will describe steps I followed, to generate JET mobile hybrid app and run it in local browser (in the next posts I will describe how to run it on simulator and actual device).
First of all you must install Node.js and npm on your machine. This will allow to run shell environment to execute various commands related to JET app generation, setup, build and deployment. Read this article and you will learn how to do it – Installing Node.js and updating npm.
Next follow Step 1 and install Cordova in Step 5 from JET Get Started list.
You are ready to generate JET mobile hybrid app at this point. If you are on Mac OS, don’t forget to use sudo, otherwise there will be permission related errors. Run Yeoman to generate the app:
yo oraclejet:hybrid JETMobileApp –template=navBar –platforms=ios
At this stage you can choose predefined JET template, here I’m generating it with navBar template for  iOS platform. It must complete with Done, without errors message: Read the complete article here.

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