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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.

Mark Sewtz just revealed a secret: Oracle APEX already contains more support for mobile Applications as expected.

I had to try it out and see what’s new.

Since Version 4.1 of Oracle APEX – with it’s changed Error Handling – ApexLib didn’t work anymore. The changes in Oracle APEX 4.1 lead to compilation errors in APEXLIB_ERROR-Package.

Martin Giffy D’Souza is running for the ODTUG Board of Directors. I think this is a great idea, Martin is always very active in the APEX Community and tries to pass his knowledge further on.

If he gets voted onto the ODTUG Board of Directors he’ll take care that APEX is further promoted with and thru ODTUG.

Read all about this on his Blog and – if you are a full member of ODTUG – vote for him.

In my Opinion Vienna (Austria) is growing into one of the most important Places for APEX Enthusiasts to be. Not only are 2 Developers of the international APEX Development Team situated in Vienna (Patrick and Chris), but also is there a growing number of Events, Workshops and APEX Users (as Developer or as End User) in the local APEX Community.

Two weeks ago my Webinar on APEX for Mobile Phones took place with many interested attendees. If you missed the webinar, you can view the recording over here.

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.

There is a lot of confusion going on about Oracle APEX support for mobile Phones (mobile Web-Applications).

Yesterday started Kscope 2011 with some very interesting presentations and a load of Twitter messages following that.

Going mobile is one of the hot topics at the moment. Everyone has a smartphone with internet connection and a browser. Some prefer brand A against brand B, but that’s just a personal preference. It doesn’t really change a thing.

You want to join the crowd and provide a mobile interface for your APEX Application? Nothing easier than that!

On Friday 06.05.2011 the APEX Development Team had a Surprise for us: they published the first Early Adopter Version of Oracle APEX 4.1

See the posts of Joel Kallman and David Peake.

It sounded like an April 1st joke as Kris Rice announced the release of the long awaited Oracle XE 11g Beta Version.

On OTN you can download either a Windows Installer or a Linux Installer (no mac version there).