A collection of 33 posts
Simple Responsive Table Tweak
APEX is excellent at reporting stuff, but sometimes in a small screen reports are hard to read: Words are wrapping. You have to scroll horizontally. It's just awkward. Here's a dead simple CSS tweak that will make your reports mobile-friendly: 1- Add the class .table-responsive to your table element
Oracle Responsive Email Templates
Update: This project is no longer maintained. Demo: https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=16371 Source: https://github.com/vincentmorneau/oracle-rwd-email-template-api Update: 1.1.0 * Templates are now parameterized * More code refactoring 1.0.0 * Decoupled the API from the send mail feature. Now returns a CLOB value.
Reinventing APEX Reporting
It's all about changing your reporting state of mind. I used to automatically associate reporting to something like this: You know the drill, a few HTML tags such as
|,||, etc. I wish we could make standard reports more interesting... Hold on... Do you know what "Named Column (row)" templates are?|
APEX 5.0 Dual Screen Trick
I am playing a lot with APEX 5 these days, especially building a new theme called Material Design for APEX [https://twitter.com/vincentmorneau/status/577689864524693504]. I am amazed by some of the productivity enhancements it offers, but this particular one is just too good not to share. The following
APEX, Sass & Sourcemaps integration
Update April-23-2016: Deprecated this package in favor of APEX Nitro [https://github.com/OraOpenSource/apex-nitro/]. This post is a follow-up to my previous post on how to integrate Gulp to your APEX workflow [https://vmorneau.me/basic-gulpfile/]. This time we'll dig into an advanced Gulpfile that includes Sass & Sourcemaps. I
Basic Gulp with APEX
Update April-23-2016: Deprecated this package in favor of APEX Nitro [https://github.com/OraOpenSource/apex-nitro/]. Update Feb-28-2015: Added image optimization to the Gulpfile. Note: I have given a more interactive presentation in January 2015 at @InsumSolutions [https://twitter.com/InsumSolutions] office about how to integrate Gulp in your APEX workfow.