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6. Creating the Page Skeleton

Daniel Curtis1 
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Now that everything is set up and the fundamentals have been covered, we can get to the good stuff by starting to build the application and seeing some real results! As the application is going to consist of a single page driven by Oracle JET modules, we will be setting up the structure of this single page by extending the existing template and themes we have already scaffolded in previous chapters.

We will also introduce several components, as well as CSS flexbox, which is used for structuring containers and elements of the page in a manner that is responsive. JET provides a collection of ...

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