When you click on the Attributes of your Interactive Report there's a neath little new features included called "Heading - Fixed to" with as options: None, Region and Page
We've got this request from many customers and it has always been a pain to get it working in every condition with APEX 4.x, but no hacking anymore - it's there now in APEX 5.0.
When you start to scroll the column header will (more...)
In APEX 5.0 theme 42 is included - this is the Universal Theme. The theme comes with two styles: Blue and Gray.
The UI is so much improved in APEX 5, it's really a game changer. When you look at the details for example from such a style you will see it's using a Less
file (Less is a CSS pre-processor) behind the scenes. So it's very easy to make changes to the CSS. (more...)
Today Oracle released the latest Early Adopter
release of APEX 5.0.
The release is packed with new features
, but one of the biggest improvements you can find in the UI.
For me the Universal Theme with Theme Roller, Theme Styles and Template Options is the absolute killer feature of APEX 5.0. I can't better describe Universal Theme as how Oracle is describing it:Universal Theme is an all-new user interface for your (more...)
I doubted to set the title of this post to "Running APEX 4.2 and 5.0 in the same Oracle instance", but decided not to do that, but that is basically what I will do. Before going into details, I'll share my architecture.
In December 2013 I wrote
it was time to update your APEX environment and I gave a quick overview of the architecture we're using. I thought it's time to review that (more...)
APEX 5.0 will be released between now and the end of May. People who have already spent some time on the Early Adopter versions know this version is packed with new features aimed to make APEX developers even more productive, like the Page Designer.
Another striking new subset of features is aimed at creating better looking user interfaces for your APEX applications in an easy and maintainable way.
The definition of user interface components (more...)