We've built JET to focus on the use cases that we're seeing most in modern web applications, so there isn't a one to one mapping with the ADF components. The closest thing to the ADF carousel is the JET filmstrip component.
Hope this helps,
Thank you. But ADF face carousels is a lot nicer (see below).
I'm asking this question because we are building application using ADF 184.108.40.206. The mobile support is not very well.
So we are thinking of moving to 12c with REST web service +JET. We need to investigate the posibility of the migration.
Oracle JET is pure client-side and provides all of it's UI components as wrapped jQueryUI widgets. Because of this, you can take just about any 3rd party jQueryUI component and drop it into JET. There are a lot of carousel components out there already. There isn't any reason for the JET team to do yet another one.
As for mixing ADF Faces and JET in the same app or page, it is not recommended. ADF backends and Oracle JET connecting to those backends is great, but we do not recommend integrating JET and ADF Faces in the same page. There are lot of reasons for this and it's been discussed many times here in the community forum. You can do a search on ADF and JET to find those threads.
Thanks, so JQuery UI might be the solution.
You're right. No ADF faces mixed with JET of course.
We are thinking to expose ADF model layer as REST web service and connecting JET client.
"We are thinking to expose ADF model layer as REST web service and connecting JET client."