In Oracle APEX 5.0 we have added several new features to Custom Plug-in Attributes to improve the usability of your Plug-ins when they are used by other developers. Continue reading
Since day one, the APEX Plug-in framework provided the capability to create self containing installations which included all static files needed by the Plug-in. But this file storage was somehow limited in APEX 4.x, because it didn’t allow to reference files with a relative URL. Continue reading
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In APEX 4.x it was a little bit cumbersome to use new Plug-ins in an application when you followed the best practice to subscribe Plug-ins from a Master Application which contained all Plug-ins of your workspace. Having such a Master Application has the advantage that you just have to update a Plug-in once when a new version is released. After the import of the new version the ‘Push’ mechanism of subscriptions is used to update all applications using that Plug-in. Continue reading
In the next few days I plan to write a series of blog postings about the Plug-In Enhancements which will be available in Oracle APEX 5.0* The plan is to cover the following areas:
With apex.oracle.com upgraded to a pre-production version of Oracle Application Express 5.0, the new release of APEX can already be seen on the horizon. So I thought it’s time to compile a little weekend reading for you. 🙂 Continue reading
It’s here! Oracle Application Express 5.0 Early Adopter 3 is available at https://apexea.oracle.com/ and we are really looking forward to get your feedback (via the Feedback link in the Builder)!