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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 wanted.
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…
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.
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 you already developed some mobile Apps with APEX 4.2 you might have found the offered functionalities and templates a good start, but still with room for improvement.
So here are my ideas, maybe one or two things are picked up by the APEX Dev team and included in 4.2.2
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.
With this post i give you a listing of links to all ressources mentioned in the webinar, as well as some F.A.Q. regarding mobile on APEX.
There will also be information on a 1-day training on mobile Applications with Oracle APEX, given by me in Oct 2011.