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An Oracle ACE, Blogger, Reviewer, Technical Lead working on Oracle ADF

Oracle JET Common Model Factory Method to Consume REST Services

Previously I have posted about consuming web services in Oracle JET using jQuery method and using Oracle JET Common Model. I have seen Oracle JET Common Model Factory method in one of the blog and in MOOC course so tried same but because of some version change or problem it was not working as expected but I got a solution in OTN JET forum and sharing same here ...

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Populate Oracle JET table from JSON based REST Web Service

Before starting with this post first go through my previous post about using JET with JDeveloper. Here I am using the same JET nav drawer template application. In this post, we’ll see how to consume JSON based REST Web Service and populate data in Oracle JET table (oj-table) component We have URL of REST Web Service – http://dummy.restapiexample.com/api/v1/employees, it returns a list ...

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Working with Oracle JET Chart Component

In this post, we’ll see how to use Oracle JET Chart (oj-chart) Component and its various properties. Here I am using Oracle JET with JDeveloper 12.1.3. To learn more about using JET with JDeveloper refer my previous post Goto Oracle JET Cookbook and read the whole recipe of Bar Chart, Here you’ll learn about basic properties of a chart Now open ...

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Oracle JET Components Demo Using Cookbook in Jdeveloper

In this post, I am sharing how can we use Oracle JET Cookbook to understand basic UI components and How can we copy and use code from the cookbook. Here I am using JDeveloper 12.1.3 to create Oracle JET Components Demo Application. In the previous post, I have explained about creating a JET application using JDeveloper. Here I am using the ...

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Getting started with Oracle JET and Jdeveloper

I am writing some posts about Oracle JET and these posts are my learning experience so if you find any wrong info then let me know. Being an ADF developer I started using JET with JDeveloper instead of Netbeans. This is the first post and here I am sharing how to set up Oracle JET and JDeveloper to work together. ...

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V8 Engine and Introduction to NodeJS

Sharing is Caring This post is going to talk about V8 Engine and Introduction to NodeJS Processor Accepts instructions in a particular language (eg: IA-32, X86-64, ARM, MIPS…). We need to give instruction to a processor on a computer in the language it understands. The microprocessor inputs those instructions and executes them. Machine Code (or Machine Language) Programming languages understood ...

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