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.
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. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
This is Article #2 in my series about Oracle APEX on mobile Devices.
If you haven’t read the first one, please do so now.
This Article is based on the current release of Oracle APEX 4.0.2.00.07, but should also work on APEX 3.x and 4.1.
With Oracle APEX 4.1 and later there will be more options and possibilities which let you create an even better mobile Application, more to that in a later Article in this series.
One of the many good things about Oracle APEX is the builtin capability to create multilingual Applications. It gives you a set of tools to translate your Application and provide it in multiple languages at the same time.
One of the Key Components of this Translation Mechanism is the creation of an XLIFF File. This File contains all text strings of your Application (that is all your UI Strings, not your Data) and from which to which language it should be translated.