Thursday, April 25, 2019

Beginning Oracle Application Express 5

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Welcome to the wonderful world of Oracle Application Express (APEX). You’re about to learn how to use a tool that will revolutionize the way you think about and approach writing web-based Oracle systems. It certainly has done so for me.

Prior to the advent of APEX, developing fully interactive, web-based systems for data that resided within an Oracle database almost always meant learning a new and often complex language like Java, .NET, or PHP and then figuring out how to integrate your chosen language seamlessly with that data. Often this also meant trying to incorporate business rules that were already coded in the form of PL/SQL program units.

In such situations, it could take months or even years just to become proficient enough with your chosen language to begin to write a functional system. If you’re like many developers, you become frustrated with the fact that you’ve spent an inordinate amount of time doing what seems to be a relatively easy task. Fear not! The days of long-winded and complex web-development platforms may be behind you.

About the Authors
About the Technical Reviewer
Chapter 1: An Introduction to APEX 5.0
Chapter 2: A Developer’s Overview
Chapter 3: Identifying the Problem and Designing the Solution
Chapter 4: SQL Workshop
Chapter 5: Applications and Navigation
Chapter 6: Forms and Reports: The Basics
Chapter 7: Forms and Reports: Advanced
Chapter 8: Programmatic Elements
Chapter 9: Security
Chapter 10: Application Bundling and Deployment
Chapter 11: Understanding Websheets
Chapter 12: A Websheet Example
Chapter 13: Extended Developer Tools
Chapter 14: Managing Workspaces
Chapter 15: Team Development
Chapter 16: Dynamic Actions
Appendix A: Page Designer Walkthrough and Reference

Author Details
Doug Gault" is a Consulting Member of Technical Staff at Oracle Corporation and has been working with Oracle since 1988, starting with version 5.1B, SQL*Forms 2.0, and RPT/RPF. He has focused his career on Oracle’s development technologies, spending the majority of that time dedicated to web-based technologies, including the OWA Web Toolkit, PL/SQL Server Pages, WebDB, Oracle Portal, and more recently HTML-DB and APEX.

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