12 April, 2021

Oracle Application Express (APEX) is a low-code development platform that enables you to build stunning, scalable, secure apps, with world-class features that can be deployed anywhere. Using APEX, developers can quickly develop and deploy compelling apps that solve real problems and provide immediate value. 

In this article, we will present you a compilation of the highlights of Oracle APEX from March 2021 by some technical experts and professionals from the field.

Starting with Carsten Czarski’s article about “Synchronizing Parent-Child REST Sources” with APEX 20.2. Carsten’s posting showed how two REST APIs (which model a parent-child relationship) can be synchronized to two local tables. Some PL/SQL code were required. Declarative APEX features were used to the maximum possible extent.  You can check the whole article of Carsten Czarski from here.

On the other side, Monica Godoy examined the “Top 10 Reasons why Oracle APEX is Ideal for Oracle Forms Developers”. Monica noted that Oracle APEX has a number of similarities to Oracle Forms, in both concept and purpose. Hence, this is why many Oracle Forms developers have learned APEX and are flourishing as APEX developers! You can check the top 10 reasons why Oracle APEX is an ideal development platform for Oracle Forms developers from here.

If you need a detailed explanation of the On-premises APEX installations in Oracle Database 21c you definitely have to read Joel Kallman’s article. Joel is a software development vice president. In his article, he gave recommendations, reasons, explanations, meanings and implications. Go and check the whole article from here.

If you want to know more about MLE and the Future of Server-Side Programming in Oracle APEX listen to this article of Salim Hlayel, a principal product manager. Salim noted that the future of MLE has much more to offer for APEX developers. The inclusion of other server-side languages such as Python and the native loading of external NPM libraries will provide huge advantages to our team.

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