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Oracle APEX Best Practices (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 5. November 2012

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Alex Nuijten

Alex Nuijten works as a database developer and Expertise Lead (database development) for AMIS Services BV in Nieuwegein, the Netherlands. Besides his consultancy work, he also conducts training classes, mainly in SQL and PL/SQL. Alex has been a speaker at numerous international conferences, such as ODTUG, Oracle Open World, UKOUG, and OBUG. He is also a frequent contributor at the Oracle Technology Network forum for SQL and PL/SQL. He has written many articles in Dutch Oracle related magazines, and at regular intervals he writes about Oracle database development on the AMIS Technology Blog, as well as his own blog Notes on Oracle. In August 2010, Alex was rewarded with the Oracle ACE Director membership.



Iloon Ellen Wollf,

Iloon Ellen Wollf started working with Oracle twenty one years ago, employed by several software houses in the Netherlands. Her experience goes back to Oracle Forms version 2 and Report*writer. Almost fourteen years ago, she started working for Oracle Support Services for the developer competency (Oracle Forms, Oracle Reports, Sql Developer and Application Express) assisting customers with solving their software problems. During those years, she applied the knowledge she gained in other ways like coaching new engineers, team leading and teaching Application Express courses for Oracle University. One of her responsibilities in Oracle Support is Global Technical Lead Application Express. She works closely with Sustaining Engineering, Product Development, and Product Management from the Application Express team. Besides that, she is a frequent speaker for different Oracle User Groups about Application Express and SqlDeveloper.



Learco Brizzi

After Learco received his MSc in Informatics in 1993, he started working with the early versions of Oracle Forms (3.0), Reports (1.1) and Designer (1.2.1). When WebDB was launched, Learco made the first steps on building internet applications. When APEX (HTMLDB) hit the market, he saw the potential of this tool and built a complete music download store with it in 2004, including integration with email, reports and payment service providers. This was one of the very first serious applications ever built with APEX. Nowadays, Learco is dedicated to APEX and PL/SQL development. He is a very enthusiastic technician, trainer of advanced APEX courses, presenter at conferences, organizer of seminars, committee member of the OGh (Oracle user group in the Netherlands) and member of the editorialcommittee for Oracle magazine 'OGh Visie'. Together with a companion Learco started his own company, Itium, in 1999, which specializes in Oracle technology.

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Format: Taschenbuch
Gleich zu beginn möchte ich sagen, dass es kein Einsteigerbuch ist. Man erfährt zwar, wie man eine APEX-Umgebung aufsetzt, aber es fehlen die Grundlagen. Die sollte man sich aus anderen Büchern, oder aus den verschiedenen Quellen im Internet besorgen.

Das Buch hilft als Nachschlagewerk für immer wieder auftauchende Probleme oder Fragen. Diese beantwortet es aber vollständig. Man muss das Buch also nicht von vorne bis hinten durchlesen. Auf die einzelnen Kapitel gehe ich hier nicht weiter ein, das ist beim Verlag genau nachzulesen.

Weshalb ich nur 4 Sterne gebe? Das Thema Oracle Cloud und Apex wird nur kurz angerissen. Da fehlt mir ein wenig Inhalt. Das kann allerdings daran liegen, dass diese Technik erst seit einigen Tagen/Wochen öffentlich ist und ein solches Buch nicht mal eben vor dem Veröffentlichungstermin geändert/erweitert werden kann. Warten wir auf die nächste Auflage, vielleicht steht dann mehr dazu drin.

Wer kein Interesse an einer Cloud-Lösung mit APEX und Oracle sucht, für den ist dieser Sternabzug nicht von Bedeutung.
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Leider nicht besonders Hilfreich. Es besteht aus nur ein paar Tips. Das hätte man in viel weniger Seiten schreiben können.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent! 25. April 2013
Von Christopher E. Lewis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Well written with excellent directions and tips.

I highly recommend for anyone using Oracle's ApEx.

Christopher Lewis
Director of Computer Programming
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4.0 von 5 Sternen try the Apache server 16. Dezember 2012
Von W Boudville - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Apex is provided by Oracle as a web front end to its 11g database. The book explains that Apex has had a somewhat convoluted history. It was once called HTMLDB, with predecessors named Oracle Flows, Oracle Platform and Project Marvel [sic]. What this shows is a threshing around within Oracle and a continual repositioning and rebranding. Hopefully things have settled down by the current date. At least that appears as an implicit message in the book.

We quickly see that the need for Apex is apparent. The complexity of a set of tables that constitute a database under 11g can be mitigated or debugged if you have a simple way via a web browser to delve into those tables and see their contents.

There is a choice of 3 web servers. Of these, the Oracle HTTP Server might be the best choice for many readers, for it extends the free Apache http server. On pragmatic grounds, many more readers might already have experience in running Apache and if you are one of them, you can leverage your experience. The other 2 web servers, Apex listener and Embedded PL/SQL Gateway, are worth looking at if you are already well versed in PL/SQL.

One nice feature is the advice to use the Logger package to instrument your code. Very helpful once the code complexity rises. Having this debugging built in from the start can save immensely many hours of your time.

The book shows many screen captures of SQL statements and the results of applying them to the database. Much of the syntax should be already familiar to Oracle users, or indeed more generally to users of generic SQL databases. The point of the screen shots is to show how easy Apex can generate those.
5.0 von 5 Sternen A howto by the experts 29. Januar 2013
Von Michel van Zoest - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book was written by 3 well known names in the Dutch APEX community. With knowledge from years of experience in APEX development and from within the Oracle company itself, this book already promises great things from the cover on.

I think the authors have done very well in explaining how you can create better APEX applications. They give ample examples of why a certain approach is better than others and explain how to enhance the way you create applications. This goes from how to set up a good debugging environment to enhancing the security of your applications.

The information in this book is a must-read for any beginning APEX developer, but helps experienced developers as well. I know that I learned some new things to make my life easier :-)
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great APEX book 30. Januar 2013
Von Surachart Opun - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is a good book that has been written about APEX. It's all useful for readers who want to learn from real-world apex and experience from writer.

I really like Chapter 2 from this book. It gave me a lot of idea about APEX and SQL. If readers want to find a book about APEX. This is one book they shouldn't miss. However, Readers should understand what they will see in a book.

Chapter 1: Prepare and Build
Chapter 2: Leveraging the Database
Chapter 3: Printing
Chapter 4: Security
Chapter 5: Debugging and Troubleshooting
Chapter 6: Deploy and Maintain

Price!!! It's should cheaper. If it's during promotion. You don't should miss to get it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the best APEX books so far 27. Dezember 2012
Von Scott Wesley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I've written a more detailed review on my blog, linked from my Amazon profile page.

Buy this book. Perfect information if you are intermediate to advanced, but what should be a required read for all APEX technologists. Kudos to the authors & publisher.

It covers a lot of ground, even the first chapter mentioned many aspects for consideration, ensuring the reader is aware of what to consider.

Chapter 2 is the most brilliant, and people should read this a university/college/school if they really want to know how you can use Oracle well.

The remaining chapters also have great content and effectively cover a large amount of ground, but you're ROI is in the first two alone.

Scott
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