Integrating Vue.js in ADF Faces 12c Web Application – using HTML5 style Document Import by Lucas Jellema

Posted: April 20, 2018 in JDeveloper & ADF
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Vue.js is a popular framework for developing rich client web applications, leveraging browsers for all they are worth. Vue.js has attracted a large number of developers that together have produced a large number of quite interesting reusable components. ADF Faces is itself a quite mature framework for the development of rich web applications. It was born over 10 years ago. It has evolved over the years and adopted quite a few browser enhancements over the years. However, ADF Faces is still – and will stay – a server side framework that provides only piecemeal support for HTML5 APIs. When developing in ADF Faces, it feels a bit as if your missing out on all those rapid, cool, buzzing developments that take place on the client side.

Oracle strongly recommends you to stay inside the boundaries of the framework. To use JavaScript only sparingly. To not mess with the DOM as that may confuse Partial Page Rendering, one of the cornerstones of ADF Faces 11g and 12c. And while I heed these recommendations and warnings, I do not want to miss out on all the goodness that is available to me.

So we tread carefully. Follow the guidelines for doing JavaScript things in ADF Faces. Try to keep the worlds of ADF Faces en Vue.js apart except for when they need to come into contact.

In this article, I will discuss how the simplest of Vue.js application code can be integrated in a ‘normal’ ADF Faces web application. Nothing fancy yet, no interaction between ADF Faces client components and Vue.js, no exchange of events or even data. Just a hybrid page that contains ADF Faces content (largely server side rendered) and Vue.js content (HTML based and heavily post processed in JavaScript as is normally the case with Vue.js).

The steps we have to go through: Read the complete article here.

 

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