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.
What i have found is 2 places where you can choose between desktop and mobile browser and one place where you can enter mobile defaults.
Edit Theme now has a section to enter the template defaults for mobile.
Edit Page Template let’s you choose between desktop and mobile browser.
Create Page Wizard lets you choose if you want to create a page for desktop or for mobile browser.
All these settings don’t have a functional impact on your application. I just helps you to choose the right options.
With Oracle APEX 4.2, when mobile support is fully enabled, i expect to see more things like this as well as an impact on functionality. For example loading the jQuery mobile libraries or switching between Flash- and HTML5-Charts.
hi,I can’t find you say in apex 4.1
what exactly can’t you find? Did you read Marc’s post and set the switch to on?
I install apex 4.1,but can’t find the Hidden mobile Support
Which version are we talking about here …?
I have 4.1.1.00.23 installed and see no mobile support…
I’m quite new to Apex, “Edit Theme now has a section to enter the template defaults for mobile” How do i get there…?
this is already advanced programming of Oracle APEX.
I think a good starting point to learn APEX and understand the concepts are the Tutorials provided by Oracle. For example the “2-Day Developers Guide”