is a free version control tool for PL/SQL. Gitora hooks Git to the Oracle database and helps you manage your PL/SQL code easily.
It helps you perform common version control tasks such as reverting to previous commit point, branching, merging and cloning. Gitora updates the PL/SQL objects in the database automatically when version control tasks are performed eliminating the need to save files to an OS folder manually. It also implements a check-in check out (more...)
We are hosting a free Formspider webinar on November 25th. Join in
and find out how Formspider helps PL/SQL developers build secure web applications.
In the webinar, the following topics will be covered:
- Formspider Security Architecture
- Built-in countermeasures in Formspider for OWASP Top 10 Security Vulnerabilities
- Introduction to Formspider Authentication and Authorization RepositorySign up now.
, the free version control system for PL/SQL is launching early December '14. Gitora hooks Git to the Oracle database and helps you manage your PL/SQL code easily. Sign up at http://www.gitora.com
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We'd like to invite you to our free Formspider webinar on October 7th. In the webinar, you'll get a chance to find out how Formspider can help you build great web applications with PL/SQL and why we think Formspider is better than APEX.
More importantly, current Formspider customers will join the webinar and talk about their experience with the product.
The webinar is free but space is limited. Sign up now.
We are very excited to announce the release of Formspider Desktop 1.7. FS Desktop 1.7 includes one of the most requested features by our customers.
Built-In Security Repository
FS Desktop 1.7 comes with an integrated authentication and authorization repository. Formspider developers are now able to secure both data and UI elements and grant access rights to users directly from the Formspider IDE.
Formspider Security Highlights:
Implementing smoothly scrolling Grids in Web applications (a.k.a Infinite Scroll) has always been a challenge for developers. In particuler, PL/SQL Developers just don’t understand why such a great feature which has been available in Oracle Forms for decades is so hard to implement in Web applications.