Now that Oracle JET is released, you may look for simple way to start playing with the framework, not only on the UI side but also using some mock-up REST APIs and probably build something more realistic. In this article I would like to show you a simple way to use Oracle JET in NodeJS with the ExpressJS framework.
A couple of days ago I wrote my first blogpost about using Selenium for (unit)testing the user interface of an ADF application. This was more of a global blogpost about accessing ADF elements through Selenium. This time I am describing the solution of a more specific problem: Sorting ADF table components ascending or descending on a specific column.
WebLogic / Coherence / JCS SIG I will be still travelling in Peru after delivering a presentation for the leading API management, microservices, and container conference SOALatam in Lima, so I won’t be able to attend, but there is an interesting special interest group (SIG) meeting happening in Munich Germany if you want to know more […]