Tag: Apex

About a month ago I saw a mail coming by where a colleague of mine had integrated the jQuery plug-in Codemirror into a text area for the end-user. I hadn’t seen this plug-in before, but I really liked the feel of it. I’m sure all of us can recognize the fact that we miss tab indentation in  APEX, or that […]

Less than 3 weeks before the biggest Oracle event in the world kicks off: Oracle Open World 2012! I already wrote about some interesting events: ADF EMG Sunday and the Oracle Benelux Architectural event. In case you’re into Oracle Forms, you can add an extra event to that: The Oracle Forms Community Event. After the session […]

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 […]

This monday I gave a presentation at the OGH APEX Day about a Forms to APEX migration together with my colleague Ronny Boeykens. Everything went smoothly, except when my laptop decided to install some windows updates and restarted out of the blue🙂. Our presentation was kind of a follow-up on the ‘Forms Modernization’ presentation of […]

Traditionally EBS-extensions are built in tools like Oracle Forms, Reports and BI Publisher. Most E-Business developers master these traditional skills (e.g. PL/SQL, workflow). Oracle now propagates a shift towards Java (Oracle Applications Framework (OAF) and Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF)), however this requires to refocus of the current E-Business developers toward java development (object orientated).  […]

Last weeks I ran into some issues with APEX, so let’s take some time to write something about them. The most recent is about heterogeneous services (also referenced as HS). Here is the case: We have an Oracle DB instance with some APEX applications and in one of those applications I need data from a […]