The default Mobile Theme (50) in APEX renders just fine in Safari. It uses the full height of my iPhone 5, but when I added the app to my Home screen and ran it from there, it didn't render in fullscreen mode.
Turns out that the iPhone 5 doesn't like the meta info.
If you take out the "width=device-width" from the meta name="viewport" part it renders in full screen.
width=device-width, initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1, user-scalable=no">
Unser nächster Kurs wird im November, am 11.11 und 12.11 in Bensheim stattfinden. Das Thema ist ziemlich spannend - APEX 4.2 New Features und unsere Erfahrungen aus der Praxis mit der neuen Version. Wir werden diesmal sehr viel über dem APEX Listener, Einsatz von jQuery und über Restfull Web Services reden und natürlich, praktisch üben. Dieser Link informiert Sie über alle weiteren Details zum Kurs.
So there have been a few questions about Oracle Application Express and Oracle Database 12c, especially about the new multitenant architecture. Thanks to David Peake, there is now a brand new page on OTN providing more information, collateral, and known issues. You can find it by clicking on the big
I wrote in my previous post that you cannot patch the Application Express 4.2 version in a Oracle Database 12c container database to 4.2.2.00.11, however as of a little while ago, you can now remove Application Express 4.2 from your container database and install Application Express 4.2.2.00.11 as a new install. The apex_4.2.2.zip and apex_4.2.2_en.zip files have been updated on OTN to include the appropriate _con.sql scripts used for installing into a container database.
This one was sitting in the drafts folder for a week or two, then I saw this post on Twitter:
I wonder what percentage of people ask a question and figure it out on their own before you help them. What about in your experience?