All the Oracle JET module code has been posted for the Linux dashboard. Feel free to use anything you find useful if building a server monitoring dashboard.
Happy to give a little back to the Oracle JET community after the great free video tutorials and the excellent help in this community forum.
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Looks like a nice project to get stuck in with learning! And actually has a use at the end of the day
Just a quick comment, it's not exactly advertised too much in the cookbook etc but instead of relying on jquery to do a lot of DOM manipulation to classes, styles, and attributes you can do it in a nicer way with dynamic properties.
Yeah, thanks. Honestly, I did look into that.
I looked at such a method and also using Computed Observables i.e. ko.computed() and I seem to prefer using jQuery more (because the looping /[ polling nature of my %.getJSON() method; and have no issues with DOM element ids.
Thanks again for the suggestion. I guess I'm just a overly simple guy and prefer the old-fashioned jQuery way to update DOM attributes compared to doing "everything" in knockout.js, especially when I can do it so easily in jQuery.
I'm sure using knockout.js for "everything we can" is a good idea, especially if not looping with an interval timer, and I'm sure there is a much better way to code my little dashboard.
Also, thanks again, the Oracle JET team, for all the support. Much appreciated.
PS: Please hire someone to create a VS Code auto-completion Intellisense extension for JET and release it in October 2018