New APEX Blog

This is a new blog on APEX. I expect a lots of good stuff there in the future. The last example describes how to modify the Page Designer and move the panes, adjust the layout and simplify the development of an application since accessing element attributes is much easier that way. I think this is worth of looking at and maybe the APEX team considers this as an improvement for the future release.

APEX 5 – Opening and Closing Modal Window

This example is showing how to open a Modal Page from any element in your application. It is easy to get it working using some standards like a button or a link in a report. However, it is not 100% clear how to get it working with some other elements which don't have the redirect functionality built in (item, region title, custom links, etc.). This example is also showing how to get the success (more...)

APEX 5.0 New Features Training September 2015

Oracle Application Express 5.0 wurde am 15.04.2015 freigegeben und ist als Download verfügbar.

Wir haben jetzt alle über zwei Jahre auf das neue Release gewartet ... und das Warten hat sich mehr als gelohnt ... die neuen Möglichkeiten werden Sie umhauen!

Wir haben die neuen Möglichkeiten genau unter die Lupe genommen und sind selbst total begeistert, weil sie das tägliche Arbeiten extrem vereinfachen. Wir haben schon einige Anwendungen in APEX 5.0 neu programmiert (more...)

Quick and Dirty – Refreshing a Select List of Values

This is a quick and dirty solution but it works. It shows hot to update a select list of values on demand without a lot of coding.

AJAX Callback and jQuery creating Page Items Dynamically

This example shows a couple of interesting techniques:
  • 1. How to create and use an AJAX Callback process instead of an Application Process on Demand,
  • 2. how to create a dynamic page item,
  • 3. how to modify the item display settings and reference Font Awsome icon set and finaly,
  • 4. it shows how to call an AJAX process from javascript.
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