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Oracle JET

A collection of reusable components to build websites and user interfaces
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What is Oracle JET?

It provides front-end developers & engineers a collection of reusable components to build websites and user interfaces. It enable developers to use consistent markup, styles and behavior in prototype and production work.
Oracle JET is a tool in the UI Components category of a tech stack.
Oracle JET is an open source tool with 401 GitHub stars and 117 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Oracle JET's open source repository on GitHub

Who uses Oracle JET?

Developers

Oracle JET Integrations

Oracle JET's Features

  • Complete JavaScript development toolkit
  • Leverages popular open-source technologies
  • Full lifecycle management for template based SPA
  • Built in accessibility support
  • Support for internationalization (28 languages and 160+ locales)
  • Rich set of UI components
  • Advanced two-way binding with a common model layer
  • Powerful routing system supporting single-page application navigation
  • Smart resource management
  • For intermediate & advanced JS devs

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