Typical Workflow for Working with Oracle JET UI Components

Identify tips and tricks for working with Oracle JET user interface components.

To work with the Oracle JET user interface components, refer to the typical workflow described in the following table. Use the task descriptions to locate the component that you want to add to your application from the Description column.

Task Description More Information

Work with collections

Identify tips and tricks for working with data grids, list views, pagination, row expanders, tables, and trees.

Working with Collections

Work with controls

Identify tips and tricks for working with buttons, button sets, conveyor belts, film strips, menus, progress indicators, HTML tags, toolbars, and trains.

Working with Controls

Work with forms

Identify tips and tricks for working with form elements, including checkbox and radio sets, comboboxes, form controls, form layout, input, labels, selection, validation and user assistance components.

Working with Forms

Work with layout and navigation components, elements, and patterns

Identify tips and tricks for working with accordions, collapsibles, dialogs, drawer utilities, panels, popups, and tabs.

Working with Layout and Navigation

Work with visualizations

Identify tips and tricks for working with data visualizations, including charts, diagrams, gauges, NBoxes, sunbursts, tag clouds, thematic maps, timelines, and treemaps.

Working with Visualizations