I attended an excellent session about Oracle JET by Lai Ho Yueng and Maresa Bunschoten, from Transfer Solutions in Leerdam in the Netherlands. Transfer Solutions, an Oracle partner, regularly hosts free knowledge sharing sessions. Some time ago, I was invited to talk about Oracle JET (as described here in part 1) and in the meantime developers at Transfer Solutions are using Oracle JET to create mobile and web products for their customers.
Before the break, Maresa did a thorough overview of Oracle JET and all that it provides:
She started by talking about the difference between web, mobile, and hybrid development and then discussed how Oracle JET covers all of these paradigms from the same codebase.
After the break, Lai showed an application that makes use of offline features in Oracle JET, based on a real application in production at a client site.
It was a good event, with around 30 attendees. Clearly the message of Oracle JET as a toolkit for mobile and web development is spreading!