The next Meetup for the ORCLAPEX NOVA Meetup Group will be this Thursday, July 17th at 7:00PM at Oracle Reston. (Details: http://www.meetup.com/orclapex-NOVA/events/192592582/)
We're going to try the "Open Mic" format that has been wildly successful at KScope for the past few years. The rules are quite simple: anyone can demonstrate their APEX-based solution for up to 10 minutes. No need to reserve a spot or spend too much time planning. And as always, no slides will be permitted - strictly demo.
Im aktuellen APEX Community Tipp, geht es um das Thema Sicherheit in APEX Anwendungen.
Ein MUSS für jeden Entwickler!
Sunday is typically the day where the Oracle development team is on stage to talk about what they do, give insight in the product etc. - for me personally one of the highlights of the conference.
The Awesome Evolution of Oracle Application Express 5.0 by Joel Kallman
This great feature is finaly there. I remember asking for a solution back in 2007. I needed to send emails with application links to my users. If they would receive an email they would click on the link and were supposed to land on a particular page. The problem was that they would already have an open session and they expected the link to go straight to the page without asking for a new login. The solution I found was quite tricky and it stopped working with the version 4.1 because of the changed session handling. APEX 5.0 finaly introduces this option out of the box.
In APEX 5.0 you (can) develop in the new Page Designer.
The Page Designer makes you way more productive, less clicks and quicker results. You have to get used to it, and you probably want a big monitor (time to ask your boss!), but once all that is done - you will love it.
The Page Designer is so intuitive and attention was put in the details. When you make a mistake APEX gives you immediate feedback. Here's a screenshot:
Just in time for the ever-awesome ODTUG KScope 14 conference...we are happy to announce the availability of Oracle Application Express 5.0 Early Adopter 2. The response from Early Adopter 1 was overwhelming (with over 4,000 participants), and we look forward to the same great contributions from the APEX community for Early Adopter 2.