The Oracle JET Docker Builder plugin is a Docker image capable of building projects and applications through Oracle JET.
- Plugin as a Container (Paac) give power to plugin developers in terms of the tools and technologies they can use to create new plugins
- PaaC are able to package up code and dependencies all-in-one so that the applications runs quickly and reliably from one computing environment to another
Docker Image Name
Containerized plugins can run on either:
- Docker Host: An endpoint with Docker engine installed.
- K8s cluster: An endpoint with kubectl installed and configured to communicate with a K8s cluster.
Setting up your workflow with Oracle JET Docker may look like this. The buildWeb step is invoking the buildWeb operation of Oracle JET Builder plugin:
Oracle JET Docker has only a build operation as you see invoked here.
If using a Docker Host, ensure Docker Host is enabled on the corresponding endpoint. Otherwise ensure K8s cluster is enabled and K8s context is defined.