In a flash, it has been almost three years since I left the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation, so it's no surprise that a recent tweet caught my eye and tugged the memory chord. I was introduced to Oracle Application Express (APEX) on August 26, 2010. A year (and a major release) later, I had the opportunity to demonstrate it's capabilities with proof that it could help improve productivity in our research centre. As a sidenote, back then, attendees receive DVDs full of developer software goodies. APEX however, didn't need much, just check out the hands-on lab requirements below.
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Snap in Storage For Your Docker Playground
ICYMI (in case you missed it), a team from Oracle has been hard at work these few months churning out a bunch of Vagrant configuration files and scripts that help you provision some really cool virtual machines (VM), powered by Oracle Enterprise Linux. At the time of writing, here are some of the cool VMs you can build:
A Kscope to Remember
That's right! Here's the customary post-Kscope article. This year though, is one Kscope to remember! Along with other Oracle Application Express (APEX) community members, I had the surprise honour of joining the ranks of the Oracle ACE Program. And so I wanted to start off by first thanking newly-minted Oracle ACE Director Opal Alapat. Last year, I had deep suspicions that she was responsible for my ODTUG Volunteer Award. Then came the ACE Associate nomination.
Opal, if you are reading this: THANK YOU!
APEX Social Sign-In Without a Wallet
Updated June 4, 2018
- Added settings for social sign-in with Microsoft OAuth2.
The much anticipated Oracle Application Express version 18.1 was announced on May 24, 2018. Since early this year Monty Latiolais has been posting a monthly series of blog posts on Power Ranking Oracle APEX 18.1 New Features. My personal favourite is Social Login, but unfortunately it never made it to the top, even though it should!
Just a Drop of Oracle APEX
In a previous article, I had demonstrated how one could use Vagrant to deploy an OXAR virtual machine directly to Linode.
With Digital Ocean (DO) lowering their prices to match Linode's, I thought it would help the community if I created a similar set of instructions to deploy OXAR on DO. I took this a step further and have provided a branch on the Github repository with a modified Vagrantfile.