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First of all, what are partially applied functions? There’s a little bit of theory here. The concept of partially applying functions stems from the functional way of programming. There it’s tightly linked with a concept called currying. Currying says that every function can be written as a function with only one parameter. By currying and […]

7 and 8 March iAdvise was present as Diamond Sponsor at Apex World. For the first time it was a two day event. Because of the success last year, the location of Apex World was again the beautiful SS Rotterdam. Over the past few years, the event became more and more international. This was clearly seen […]

iAdvise presented the APEX 5.0 roadshows in the first half of 2015. Besides the presentation about the new features, we provided 3 tutorials which helped the visitors to explore Oracle Application Express 5.0. Now we offer these tutorials through our blog. In this article the second tutorial is presented. This tutorial helps you step by step through […]

In software development testing is vital. At Devoxx Belgium 2015 several experts formulated useful tips for the creation and use of such tests: #1 Use graphs to monitor behavior Lorin Hochstein, Senior Software Engineer at Netflix showed a graph with the typical use of the services of Netflix: most users watch videos and series in […]

iAdvise presented the APEX 5.0 roadshows in the first half of 2015. Besides the presentation about the new features, we provided 3 tutorials which helped the visitors to explore Oracle Application Express 5.0. Now we offer these tutorials through our blog. In this article the second tutorial is presented. This tutorial helps you step by step through […]