After completing this learning path you should understand what makes a web application accessible, and how to test an application for accessibility. You should also know how to fix the most common types of accessibility problems in an Oracle JET application.
Learn to monitor the location and health of your assets. Create asset metrics and rules, and receive timely notifications for asset-related issues. Configure anomalies to receive notifications for potential asset issues, and create predictions to proactively schedule maintenance.
Learn how to configure Oracle Intelligent Track and Trace application for a specific supply chain network of an enterprise involving multiple geographically dispersed trading partners. You will learn how the application, which leverages Blockchain technology, enables you to track your business flows, and obtain end-to-end visibility of all the transactions in the supply chain network.
Learn how to modify an Oracle JET web application to create, read, update, and delete records from master-detail related data provided by an Oracle APEX service that exposes operations on the data as REST endpoints.
Learn how to create master-detail views using Oracle JET List View components and local data from a JSON document. Learn also how to display fields of the detail items in Oracle JET Input and Chart components.
Secretly learn Java programming concepts from a game and go behind the scenes to understand development practices.
Start Oracle BI Mobile App Designer and navigate through the designer interface.
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Create locations-type maps using latitude and longitude coordinates, and learn how to use the maps in subpages.
Learn how to work with maps in phone and tablet apps.
Create exploration pages for tablet apps that enable you to filter numeric and non-numeric data in a sidebar.
Add stoplight formatting and data filters to the navigation lists.