Note: An Oracle Cloud account is not required for this course, but why not try it out?
In this lesson, you will learn how to:
We provide video instructions that guide you through the process. Please watch each video carefully to ensure that you have your system properly set up to complete this lesson. The videos and tutorials are listed sequentially, and we recommend that you use the instructional materials in that order.
Don't hesitate to ask a question in the forum if you hit a snag. Just be sure to tag your questions with "LP" for a speedy response.
About the quiz: you will have three tries to pass the quiz with a a score of at least 70%. The quiz is an open book test. If you know the answer, great! Select the right answer(s) and continue to the next question. But if you get stuck, you can stop taking the quiz and go look for the answer and come back to the question you started later. There is no time limit while you are taking the quiz, so don't rush it - our goal is to help you learn, not trick you.
Please scroll down to the Supporting Materials section for links to resources mentioned in the course.
The theme of the second lesson of the learning path is to explore Oracle JET's features, use cases, and scenarios. By the end of this lesson, you'll have explored the Oracle JET component library. You'll also have explored techniques dealing with navigation, routing, validation, page layout, and responsive design. You'll wrap up the lesson by exploring hybrid mobile application development with Oracle JET.
By the end of this lesson, you should have the full range of Oracle JET coding techniques and components at your disposal and be able to comfortably create attractive Oracle JET applications.
You will learn how to:
Happy learning, and remember that if you get stuck, ask a question in the forum. Just be sure to tag your questions with "LP" for a speedy response.
On this lesson we will focus on the topics remaining that will allow you to develop robust JET applications and integrate with the external world; technologies for life cycle management, and techniques for addressing internationalization, accessibility, and security.
You will learn to:
Please scroll down to see the related links in the Supporting Materials section.