You can create customized components for use in Oracle Content and Experience.
While Oracle Content and Experience provides many predefined components for use in building a website, as a developer, you can create custom components with access to the same features and capabilities. These component types include local, local rendered in an inline frame, and remote rendered in an inline frame.
When you create a local component, you are given a fully functional sample component that you use as a basis for creating your own component. Select Default to create a Knockout version of the component, or select Template to create a mustache-based version. See Create Local Components or Layouts in Building Sites with Oracle Content and Experience.
Local Component with an Inline Frame
When you create a local component with an inline frame, you are given a fully functional sample component that you use as a basis for creating your own component. You’ll use the same instructions as for creating a local component, and also select the Sandboxed option to create an inline frame version of the component that is stored locally. See Components Rendered in Inline Frames.
When you create a remote component, which uses an inline frame, select the Sandboxed option.
Copy the created files to your remote server, and register the remote component. Test the component before including it in your published site.