Closing the Gap Between APEX and JET

Session Number: 8421
Track: Application Express
Sub-Categorization: APEX Integration
Session Type: Tips, Techniques and Tuning
Primary Presenter: Alan Arentsen [Oracle APEX Consultant - Arentsen Database Consultancy]
Time: Jun 25, 2019 (08:50 AM - 09:50 AM)
Room: 616, Level 6

Speaker Bio: Alan Arentsen is an Oracle APEX developer with a wide spectrum of experience. He can do everything from development to installations in PL/SQL and APEX. Since 1998, Alan has been developing applications in Java, C++, and various scripting tools. Since he met APEX, his enthusiasm about this development environment has grown and is still growing. Nowadays he is focusing on Oracle JET too.

So far, he has presented at conferences like DOAG, APEX World, ODTUG Kscope, SIOUG, HrOUG, Oracle OpenWorld, OUGN, AMIS 25 BEYOND THE HORIZON, UKOUG Tech, Oracle Code, and Tech Experience.

Technologies or Products Used: APEX, JET, HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT

Session Summary for Attendees:  Oracle JET offers a lot of fancy new content to use in your web application, and APEX is only using a few graphs from the JET library. But JET isn't a low-code platform, and going from a low-code APEX environment to a hard-code JavaScript platform can be difficult.

Wouldn't it be nice if you could use components and modules made in Oracle JET on a low-code way in APEX? In this presentation, I will show you how to incorporate JET functionality in APEX with little effort. I will use the JET version, which is incorporated in APEX 18.2.