Built into it are components and techniques relevant to data visualization, modularity, responsive design, accessibility, and internationalization. Within Oracle, it has been developed and used over the past three years as the basis of a variety of Cloud-oriented applications.
Getting started with it is as simple as this:
npm -g install yo npm -g install grunt npm -g install generator-oraclejet yo oraclejet <project name> --template=basic
Once the download via Yeoman completes, open the index page into a browser and you’ll see the starting point shown below, consisting of different areas, including a menu bar and routing support. In a desktop browser, the application is as follows:
On a mobile device, the areas in the page automatically reorganize themselves and the menu turns into a sidebar on the left, using Oracle JET components that support responsive design on mobile devices.
Oracle JET is open sourced here on GitHub:
A lot of documentation, including a live on-line cookbook, is available on the Oracle JET homepage: