In my previous blog, I talked about how DSP-Explorer were moving from a local exchange server to use Office 365, which meant we were no… Read More »Creating a dynamic Organisation Chart in APEX in under an hour from your Active Directory
Microsoft Power Apps and Oracle APEX The use of low code tools to create an application is increasing every day and we see new tools… Read More »Part One: Low Code – Microsoft and Oracle
I was recently asked to review a number of elements of Microsoft’s Azure DevOps suite, to consider how beneficial they may be for an APEX… Read More »A review of Azure DevOps Boards, from an APEX development perspective.
One of my favourite features of my phone is that I do not need to remember my credentials for each app and don’t even need… Read More »APEX Authentication Using Microsoft Azure Face API
It was almost 4 years ago that I wrote about Integrating APEX with Outlook via Exchange Web Services (EWS) for our internal applications at Explorer… Read More »Integrating APEX with Office 365 via Microsoft Graph REST API
APEX is an intuitive tool and it is easy to dive straight in and begin developing after some basic tutorials. There are a few tips… Read More »10 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Using APEX
Want to do some data-intensive heavy lifting? Where should we do it? In the Database of course. It is purpose-built to store and retrieve data… Read More »Faster APEX get the browser to work for you
I am going to assume you know what Dynamic actions are, if not read this. I am also going to assume you are aware of… Read More »When to AJAX Callback vrs. When to Dynamic Action