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APEX Native Mega Menu

Oracle has recently released APEX version 20.2. But it is only recently that I have had the opportunity to explore the native APEX Mega Menu that was available with the release of..

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Using REST Data Sources for APEX List of Values

There have been many new REST features and improvements added to APEX over the past few releases, so I thought now would be a good time to take a look at some of the newer REST..

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3 Reasons to use Inline Dialogs

When you create an APEX page you usually are given the choice of a Normal Page or a Modal Page.

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Enhancing the APEX Debugger

One minor inconvenience when using the APEX debug features is the amount of noise which fills up the debugger when I try to find my debug messages.

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Creating & Consuming Web Services in APEX

Last December at Tech 18 and then again at this year’s UKOUG Midlands Tech Event, I gave a presentation (including live demos) on how to create and consume Web Services in APEX.

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Customising Workspace Login

Ever logged in to an APEX Workspace using a page that looked like this…?

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Calling PLSQL from Javascript

For those who came from an Oracle Forms world it is very easy to start working with APEX. When creating simple screens, you don’t need any jQuery or AJAX knowledge as dynamic..

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Apiary and APEX

More and more projects I work on at the minute make use of RESTful Web Services. These can either be a way of exposing our own data or a way to make use of data from external..

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Creating an Online Leaderboard in APEX

In my spare time I like to play around with creating video games in technologies other than Oracle (!).  I recently created a game for an online community that I participate in..

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Making an APEX Wizard Clickable

Recently I was at the Tech 18 conference in Liverpool where I went to an APEX presentation by Adrian Trotman on the power of lists. During his presentation (which was good by the..

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