In my previous blog I explained how to get ADF Data in a Jet Component, this was done by iterating through a ViewObject and rendering a component per element in the View Object. When you want to use the DVT’s from Oracle Jet, this won’t do the thing, because you […]
Getting ADF Data in a Jet Component (1)
Oracle JET has been around for a while, and at this moment we are investigating what it would take to integrate JET with our existing ADF Application. In the current ADF application we want to make a dashboard in JET, however we still need to know for what project we […]
Karma testing with code coverage for Oracle JET part 2
In part one of this series of blogs you set up the configurations needed to start testing your Oracle JET application. Grab the project you made, now it is time to actually do the testing. Have something to test. Our application is not really doing anything now, so let’s add […]
Karma testing with code coverage for Oracle JET part 1.
This is the first blog in a series of two blogs about Karma testing (with code coverage) for Oracle JET. This first blog will help you with setting up the files in the project to get karma up and running. The second blog can be found here and will show you […]
First steps in deploying Node.js on Heroku
Recently, I used Heroku to deploy a website in the great wide open! In this blogpost I want to tell about my first steps using Heroku, including the rookie mistakes I made: so you don’t have to make them. Heroku in a nutshell: “Heroku is a cloud platform that lets […]
Login with OAuth2.0 using AngularJS 1.5 componentrouter and Node.js
How to: Use Polymer Webcomponents in Angular2
This post explain how to use a polymer webcomponent in an Angular2 app. We use the google maps component as an example. For instructions on the demo app, see the bottom of this post. The files of the demo application: demoApp Getting started Open the files of the demo app […]
Setting environment variables using Gulp.
For the project I am working on we have three different environments, which have their own database and users. We don’t want this login credentials to be in our git repository, and we also don’t want to manually adjust the credentials every time we do a release to another environment. […]