After my post Generate nested JSON from SQL with ORDS and APEX 5
I got some requests to explain more about REST and JSON, so let me start with JSON. I'll go more into REST
in some future posts.
JSON stands for J
otation, it's a text based format to store and transport data.
It all comes from exchanging data, and finding a format that can easily be used (more...)
Today Oracle introduced
the node-oracledb driver, so you can easily connect from node to your Oracle database.
Previously I blogged
about the Oracle VM you can download so you have your own local Oracle environment. Below are the steps to install the node driver and run a first example in that environment.
(Also read the official node-oracledb installation guide
for a local database - 4. Installation with a local database).
First we need to install git (more...)
Roeland organised a new APEX Meetup in Belgium
on February 2nd.
This time no specific topic, everybody can get on stage for maximum 5 minutes to show something they did or to ask some feedback or help on a specific problem.
If Belgium is to far, no worries, there're meetups
planned all over the world.
The next meeting in the Netherlands
is on February 18th organised by Alex, Christian and Roel.
But as I said, (more...)
The fastest and easiest way to setup your own local Oracle Development environment is by using the "Oracle Technology Network Developer Day" Database Virtual Box Appliance
- Oracle Linux 7
- Oracle Database 12c (22.214.171.124) EE (CDB/PDB)
- Oracle Rest Data Services (ORDS)
- Oracle Application Express (APEX)
- Oracle SQL Developer and Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler
: Download and install Oracle VM VirtualBoxStep 2
: Download the VM image
that contains (more...)