Tag: APEX 4.2

Since APEX 4.0, dynamic actions have made our lives easier. But sometimes they feel a little restrictive in what you can do with them. Executing them upon the successful completion of another dynamic action, for example, or forcing a dynamic action to fire, triggered by something that happened in your javascript code. APEX 4.2 Since […]

AJAX is becoming important in the world of web applications. APEX has provided us a very easy way to create an AJAX process, by using dynamic actions. Using PL/SQL Actions in Dynamic Actions to communicate with the database without submitting the page will suffice in most cases, but the downside is that the code is […]

On May 12 iAdvise hosted the “APEX and mobile seminar”. With a turnout of more than 50 customers and interested developers, it indicates that mobile development is a real hype and the demand for mobile applications is rising. This was the starting point for Stijn who started with an overview of the current situation and […]