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.
I hope you all heard the good news, Oracle APEX 4.2 is out !
Following an old APEX Tradition the announcement was done on the weekend (for a short moment it even popped up on friday night), thanks guys !
Go get it: http://otn.oracle.com/apex
In my previous Post i tried to shed some light on all the different areas ApexLib is covering.
This time I’d like to tell you about the future of the ApexLib Framework on and after Oracle Application Express 4.2.
A moment we’ve been waiting for a long time: the FOEX Website has been released!
What is FOEX?
I’m sure you read the last few blogposts, telling about our cooperation and what we plan to do.
Now everything is polished up so that you can take a look and check out our Demos.
You might be wondering what is going on behind the scenes.
We’ve previously talked a little about our joint venture and what we are planning to do,and now you are probably wondering when it all begins?
After last weeks announcement that Matt Nolan and I are going to work together we got many tweets and mails asking what it is we are planning to do.
As everyone knows Matt is a wizard when it comes to complex Plugins, especially when using ExtJS.
Today (Tuesday March 27th 2012) started the first ODTUG APEX Plugin Competition. This is a chance for everybody to submit their self created Plugins to get reviewed, judged and maybe win one of the many Prizes available.
Plugins will be judged upon skill level of its creator. That means beginners and experts will not be in the same category, to make it fair to everyone.
What a wonderful day, good things are getting even better.
Not only do we have best spring weather in Vienna with blue sky, sunshine, 20 degrees Celsius and an office with sundeck. This is also the day we officially announce a new business union.
A couple of days ago the first Patchset for APEX 4.1 was released: APEX 4.1.1.
Read all about the Patchset, Download Options and more in the Blog Posts of Roel, Patrick, Mike, Dimitri and many others. Or simply go to APEX on OTN.
After i downloaded and installed (flawless, thanks for that guys and girls!) APEX 4.1.1 i compared it with APEX 4.1 to see what has changed (besides the obvious).
It’s been a long while since i blogged about a Tool i started to write which would replace the original APEX XLIFF Export and produce XLIFF 1.2 compliant Files instead.
The Benefit is breathtaking, suddenly your Translators are able to know what they are translating – that means where the text they are working on is used. e.g. on the Action-Button in Region XY on Page 234.
This can help your Translators delivering better and more meaningful Translations.