APEX 5.0 Early Adopter has arrived

Suddenly a big thunder rolled through the APEX community -> Version 5.0 has arrived in an early adopter version, as published on Joel Kallmans Blog (as usual on a friday, late night over here in europe).

human readable URLs in Oracle APEX – Part 3

In the first two parts of this blogpost series we covered the basics and the technique on how to provide nice/friendly/readable URLs for a public APEX Application.

If you haven’t read the other two parts, please go back and read part 1, then read part 2. Done? Ok, lets continue.

human readable URLs in Oracle APEX – Part 2

In the first part of this Blogpost Series we touched some fundamentals and finally listed some options. If you haven’t read it, yet, please do now before continuing here.

The last post ended with me saying I found a way for hrURLs that works with APEX Listener, mod_plsql and EPG.

I haven’t tested the Thoth Gateway, but based on the documentation I’d say it works as well as the mod_plsql way.

hrURL – human readable URLs in Oracle APEX

Searching the APEX Forum for nice URLs is as old as Oracle APEX itself, so far without much luck. There is magic switch that forces APEX to create readable URLs.

As part of preparing my Presentation “Going Public” for Kscope 2014 in Seattle, I investigated the available methods on providing readable URLs and found some good ones.

You can check this public APEX website to see how good URLs can look like: www.click-click.at

apex.oracle.com has been upgraded on Sept 6th 2013 to Version 4.2.3.00.07, which means a release of APEX 4.2.3 is close.

My presentations at Kscope13

Friday night i finally arrived after a long flight from Vienna to Washington to New Orleans, whereas the flights were pretty good, it is just that endless series of waiting lines that is tiresome. Anyway, i’m here and – as usual – still working on my slides and demos with the hope to impress at [...]

New release of the APEX Developer Addon

After the APEX Developer Addon broke in Chrome 27, I had to change the underlying architecture and do a rewrite of the Addon basis. Some nice guys helped me Beta-Test that over the last week. Now it should be good to go.

Change color of List Divider in mobile APEX Applications

This is a quick one, if you have followed my other mobile blog posts. When creating the mobile guide to the AOUG Conference 2013 (taking place June 17 and 18 in a historic Brewery in Vienna, Austria), i found myself creating a new theme using the themeroller, but still not getting the perfect result i [...]

APEX Developer Addon broken in Chrome 27

With Chrome Version 27 a security bug in the browser was fixed which caused the APEX Developer Addon to break. Thanks to all sending me a reply about that, i’m currently working on a fix and hope to be able to provide that soon. In the meantime please stay calm and use Firefox instead. P.S.: [...]

get the Developer Toolbar back for mobile APEX Applications

When developing mobile applications with APEX 4.2 you’ll find the developer toolbar on the page bottom is missing. This can be a little bit annoying when investigating misbehaving applications. Oracle recognizes this as Issue 14749955 with the workaround to access the toolbar functions through a desktop page…

Why i’m going to Kscope 13

Only a little over 6 weeks, then this years Kscope Conference starts in New Orleans. Last year i had the honor to present there for the first time and i absolutely loved it. Here’s why…

Is public Session zero active?

Yesterday i needed to find out if the current page of an application is rendered using the public Session 0 (zero). Seems to be a trivial task, simply look up :APP_SESSION and there you find …

Improve the APEX mobile Theme – Part 4

This is Part 4 in my Blogpost Series on improving the APEX mobile Theme. I recommend to read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 before continuing here. We already talked about report templates and apex list templates, this time we’ll take a look at the Popup LOV.

Improve the APEX mobile Theme – Part 3

This is Part 3 in my Blogpost Series on improving the APEX mobile Theme. I recommend to read Part 1 and Part 2 before continuing here. In this Post we deal with a special list template which we will use to create a Icon Home Screen (or a Icon Menu).

Improve the APEX mobile Theme – Part 2

This is Part 2 in my Blogpost Series on improving the APEX mobile Theme. I recommend to read Part 1 before continuing here. Last time we covered how to create Report Templates that look like Listviews to give you better Pagination and more control over the Layout.

Improve the APEX mobile Theme

I finally can start on a new mobile Application, for the first time using Oracle APEX 4.2.1 for a productive mobile App. All my other mobile Applications have been built with previous Versions of APEX and my self made themes. So apologies for writing that blogpost so late. But better late than never, right? If [...]

change colors and layout in mobile APEX Applications

So you just created your first mobile Application with APEX 4.2 and now wonder how to get your company colors in? Thanks to jQuery mobile this is a pretty easy task as they provide a tool for that: the ThemeRoller.

I just got the good news that I was accepted as an Oracle ACE Director ! This is something that makes me very proud and honors my work, thanks for everyone that supported me.

I just released a new Version of the ApexLib APEX Developer Addon, a great tool that brings more features and functionality to your APEX Application Builder without installing anything in your Database. It is a simple Addon for Firefox and Chrome Browsers, and can be installed in a few easy steps.

Differences between Oracle APEX 4.2 and 4.2.1

Oracle Application Express Release 4.2.1.00.08 was released on December 14, 2012. A good oportunity to take a look behind the scenes and see what actually changed. If you are coming from APEX 4.0 (or older) read the Posts about the differences in Oracle APEX 4.1 and the Patchset 4.1.1 and the changed things in APEX [...]



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