“Oracle JET is a modular toolkit allowing developers to use as much or as little of the features as they desire,” according to the project’s website.
The Oracle JET team recently released Oracle JET 2.0, which features a Yeoman generator for creating new apps, mobile hybrid support, new data visualization components and enhancements, a new polyfill that enables cross-platform drag-and-drop support, and a new Flex-based responsive CSS layout system.
Oracle JET comes with a full developer’s guide to help with getting started and other common issues. Pull requests are not currently being accepted, but there are other ways for developers to contribute.
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