UI Extensions in Application Builder Cloud Service by Shray Bansal

Posted: August 27, 2017 in Cloud, JDeveloper & ADF
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Application Builder Cloud Service (ABCS) allows business users to configure extensions, which can be integrated into the User Interface to provide a custom look and feel that can be applied to pages in an application.

These UI Extensions are a collection of files that provide a custom function or resource that can be used to extend an application and can be shared between applications in the tenant space.

Documentation regarding the Extensions can be found here.

Timeline Extension Blog

Timelines are graphical representation of events in a chronolgical order and are useful in visualising time lapse between important events in businesses.

This blog will show you how to create a chronological Timeline UI extension using the event information stored in a custom ABCS business object. This blog will create a UI extension leveraging the timeline component example shown in the Javascript Extension toolkit cookbook.

Creating the Custom Business Object

1. Timeline events information such as title and date resides in ABCS custom business object. Click on the "Main Menu" on the top left hand corner and click on "Data Designer". From the options select "Business Object" in order to create a new custom Business Object.

The structure for the data should look like Figure 1. The Business object “EventsTimeline” has three additional fields EventId(Text field), Title(Text field) and EventDate(Date field) in addition to the out of the box fields for a custom business object. Read the complete article here.

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