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APEX4 Password Strength Meter Item Plugin

Fri, 2010-07-16 10:26
I was doing some tests with the new plugin functionality coming with APEX4 and the result is this plugin I'm sharing with you today.I based the plugin on the "Ajax Password Strength Meter Script" that you can find following this link: http://simplythebest.net/scripts/ajax/ajax_password_strength.htmlIt's a small plugin using jQuery that provides an easy interactive way to show the strength of a
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Download Oracle Application Express 3.2

Fri, 2009-02-27 19:05
The new APEX release 3.2 is finally available for download. This new version covers essentially the Oracle Forms to APEX converter, but also has some extras regarding security.Download Oracle Application Express 3.2Oracle Application Express 3.2 Release NotesApplication Express Documentation and Tutorials
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Oracle Forms convertion to Apex is here... almost!

Wed, 2009-02-11 18:29
Finnaly fresh news... the apex.oracle.com demo server was upgraded to Application Express 3.2.0.00.21. You can't download it yet, but you can test it online. Very soon we'll have a production release available.You can read all about Oracle Application Express Release 3.2 new features details here.Additional info on Joel Kallman's post about the new release.
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Build an image gallery using APEX

Wed, 2009-01-14 18:39
This time, I'll show how to build a simple image gallery using Oracle Application Express (APEX) and taking advantage of Jquery framework capabilities. But first of all, follow the link to see the magic happening ;) There are several slideshow or gallery plugins for Jquery. You can choose the one you like more and re-adapt the code to fit the plugin requirements. My choice was Pikachoose.
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Timepicker and APEX

Wed, 2009-01-14 18:39
ClockPick is a jQuery time picker plugin. As I showed in previous posts, it's fairly easy to integrate third party javascript components with APEX. A demo of ClockPick working with APEX can be found here. How to do it? 1- Upload files to your APEX server. You can upload them directly to the server filesystem or use static files in Shared Components; jquery.clockpick.1.2.4.js clockpick.
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jQuery: 3rd Birthday and new release 1.3

Wed, 2009-01-14 18:37
jQuery is the way of the future in what concerns JavaScript framework integration with Oracle Apex. In the last months, several Oracle Apex Bloggers have posted nice examples to take Apex applications interfaces to another level taking advantage of jQuery functionalities.Today, on the project’s 3rd birthday, the jQuery development team has announced the release of jQuery v1.3, the latest and
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My UKOUG 2008

Fri, 2008-12-12 11:39
Last week I went to Birmingham UK to attend the UKOUG 2008 conference. João came along with me and I can speak for both of us when I say that we had a great time. We found Birmingham to be a very clean and organized city and it was also good because we managed to stay in London for the weekend where we had the time to visit some of the most famous touristic attractions.The conference itself was
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Oracle SQL Developer 1.5.3 released

Thu, 2008-12-11 18:52
I've just noticed that, the new version of Oracle SQL Developer (1.5.3) is now available for download.Reading the release notes I can see the major functionality introduced, beyond the traditional list of bug fixes, is the translation to Japanese. The good news is that the next SQL Developer 1.5.4 release will be translated to other 7 languages: Spanish, Italian, German, French, Brazilian
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UKOUG 2008 Conference

Wed, 2008-11-26 05:15
This year I'll attend to the UKOUG 2008 Conference in Birmingham from 1st to 5th December. The conference agenda looks interesting, although not having so many APEX related sessions.It seems that there are some nice bars in Birmingham :) and Dimitri is planning an informal APEX Meetup on Monday after the Opening Party. It's a good opportunity to meet people from the APEX community. You can follow
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ORA-01403 when viewing BLOB data in a report (APEX)

Mon, 2008-11-03 10:14
This post is almost a note to myself but I hope to help others when you Google for this little problem. One of the features introduced with Oracle Apex 3.1 is the Declarative BLOB support. About this subject there is already a good article on Oracle By Example (OBE) site: Defining and Viewing BLOB Data in Oracle Application Express 3.1. Last Friday I lost almost an hour just to have a simple
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Oracle Develop 2008 Hands On Labs

Fri, 2008-10-31 16:34
In case you have missed Oracle Open World 2008 and specifically the Oracle Develop Hands On Labs, this post is for you. The Oracle by Example (OBE) is a site that provides hands-on, step-by-step instructions on how to implement various technology solutions to business problems. The tutorials presented at Oracle Develop 2008 Hands On Labs, part of Oracle OpenWorld 2008 are now available at OBE
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Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeling - Early Adopter Release

Fri, 2008-10-10 10:37
 The long waited Data Modeling functionality for Oracle SQL Developer is here. Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeling runs on Microsoft Windows XP and Vista, Linux and Mac OS X. This is a first Early Adopter release, not a final product and I'm sure that the team behind the development, would appreciate all the feedback we can give them.
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My OpenWorld 2008: 21 Set

Mon, 2008-09-29 12:31
Today I had the chance to attend 4 sessions. Two of them were Hands on Labs from Oracle Develop. Also, it was nice to put some faces in the names I’m used meet on the net. I met Carl Backstrong, Joel Kallman, David Peake, Dimitri Gielis, Francis Minault, John Scott and Patrick Wolf. Session 1: Hands-on Lab: Extending the Oracle Application Express Framework with Web 2.0 - APEX Development Team
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My OpenWorld 2008: 25 Set

Sat, 2008-09-27 17:22
The day started too early after the big party the night before. It was that last day of OpenWorld 2008 and there were lots of people going home. Session 1: Dispelling myths about Apex – John Scott I surely didn’t expect to see a full room, being this session at 9 AM and having the big party the night before. I guess Jes is even more popular now that he has his own book :) I bought the book but
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My OpenWorld 2008: 24 Set

Fri, 2008-09-26 10:22
It was a big day… Larry Ellison’s keynote with the X thing , my presentation and the Appreciation Event. I also had the opportunity to have preview demo of APEX 4.0 features at the Demo Grounds. Session 1: Soup-to-Nuts RAD development using Oracle SQL Developer and APEX – Mike Hichwa, Kris Rice & David Peake, Oracle I had lots of expectations for this session because of the new SQL Developer
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My OpenWorld 2008: 23 Set

Wed, 2008-09-24 14:27
The first session of the day was schedule to 11:30 AM. I had some free time that I used to get around and see what was happening. I went to Moscone North and after blogging a bit on the couches, went to the Unconference section and then the bookstore. I couldn’t find John Scott’s Pro Oracle APEX book, but later at night he told me that the book was there, so maybe I’ll go to the bookstore
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My OpenWorld 2008: 22 Set

Tue, 2008-09-23 12:01
Today I have changed my agenda and attended two sessions that weren’t initially in my schedule. The first was the one presented by Dimitri Gielis about working charts in APEX and the second one was about mashups and integration with APEX by Simon Boorsma. Before that I went to Moscone North to watch a bit of the keynote. You can’t believe the number of people that were there! The following
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San Francisco

Sun, 2008-09-21 11:41
I’m in San Francisco for the Oracle OpenWorld 2008 where I’ll be participating in one of the official sessions under the title “Building Commercial Software-as-a-Service Applications with Oracle Application Express”. I’ve arrived yesterday around 6:30 PM after a tiring 18 hours long trip. I’ve started at Oporto Airport where I took a plain to Lisbon, then Philadelphia and finally San Francisco.
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One year blogging

Sun, 2008-09-21 11:00
Yes, that is right. This blog is one year old. I thank all of you out there for coming around, reading what I want to say about APEX. Thanks a ton. I hope you will stick with me for the next year too. Top 10 of most visited posts: Check all checkboxes Javascript Calendar Integration Colorful web forms Javascript Tooltip Integration Substitution string and SQL Developer Populate date field
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Back to real life

Mon, 2008-09-08 11:12
After 15 well deserved :) days of vacations in the sunny Algarve (south Portugal) I'm back to work. It is hard when I think that just two days ago I was at those wonderful beaches, eating fresh sea fish... However, not everything went fine :( I just had one of the major sports disillusion, provoked by a bad referee decision. I've just noticed that while I was away some things happened in the
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