Sage Computing Services
are happy to announce a new 2 day course for Oracle APEX developers.
jQuery and Dynamic Actions in APEXThis course is designed for APEX developers who know their way around the APEX builder but want to build more interactive & user friendly applications that are also suitable for touch devices.
Upon completion attendees will have a great understanding of the communication between the browser and the database, using dynamic actions effectively (more...)
I'm a regular contributor to the Oracle APEX forum
and something I'd like to note is the amount of questions that possibly wouldn't need to be asked if one had consulted the help of the attribute in question.
For example, here
someone asked about referencing page values in the Email built-in process.
I managed to interpret the question two different ways on reading it twice, so I would also plead with people asking questions to (more...)
Consider a chart with a trend that might be quite jagged across data points (blue line).
What if you would like a smoother version of that line - a moving average
, if you will (red line). This stabilises the results, like looking at climate vs weather
|Oracle APEX Line Chart - 2 series|
It's fairly easy from a SQL point of view - in this case it's another column in the original chart query
Recently I saw a simple, accepted answer in the forums that tempted me to provide a small extension to the provided answer. This has since spawned two blog post ideas, here is the first.
The following question asked how to hide the spinner from a particular page full of small reports refreshed on a timer.https://community.oracle.com/thread/3908020
The answer was some basic CSS, which could be placed in a variety of locations depending (more...)
Looking for way to apply analytical functions to your APEX applications?
I had a classic report where I wanted to dynamically source the column headers from counts in the database (values in brackets).
The ability to do this has been a feature of APEX for a while, but this was the first time I did it in APEX 5.0.
|Customise headers via Region attributes|
With Connor's recent spate of analytics videos
, I thought (more...)