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Oracle JET UI on Top of Oracle ADF with Visual Builder by Shay Shmeltzer

Juergen Kress
PaaS & Middleware Partner Adoption

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At Oracle OpenWorld this year I did a session about the future of Oracle ADF, and one of the demos I did there was showing the powerful combination of Oracle ADF backend with a new Oracle JET UI layer and how Oracle Visual Builder makes this integration very simple.

While we have many happy Oracle ADF customers, we do hear from some of them about new UI requirements that might justify thinking about adopting a new UI architecture for some modules. These type of requirements align with an industry trend towards adopting a more client centric UI architecture that leverages the power of JavaScript on the client. While ADF (which is more of a server centric architecture) does let you leverage JavaScript on the client and provides hook points for that in ADF Faces, some customers prefer a more "puristic" approach for new user interfaces that they are planning to build. Oracle's solution for such a UI architecture is based on Oracle JET - an open source set of libraries we developed and share with the community at http://oraclejet.org.

Oracle Visual Builder provides developers with a simpler approach to building Oracle JET based UIs - for both web and on-device mobile applications. Focusing on a visual UI design approach it drastically reduce the amount of manual coding you need to do to create JET based UIs. Read the complete article here.

 

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