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Sammy.js

If you haven’t checked sammy.js out yet, please do, you wont be disappointing. Its a little JavaScript framework that lets you build sites as single page applications, and provides routing and event handling for syncing your page with json data feeds. I use it with Knockout.js for dynamically updating my UI with the backend data […]

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Vertical text in javascript

I’ve just recently been given a Word document with a mock up of a report that I needed to reproduce in HTML. Well, i looked at various options like using transforms, rotate, DX filters in IE, but none of them worked properly, or without major headaches. Whilst searching around, I found a JS library called […]

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Oracle APEX radio groups as buttonsets

Buttonsets are sometimes appropriate to represent a choice of selections instead of radio buttons. I think they look much better – especially when used for smaller lists. Sub lists can be shown or hidden easily using dynamic actions in APEX 4.

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Oracle Apex sticky hide and show regions

Recently had a need for sticky hide/show regions in Oracle Apex 4.1. Here’s how I done it. Add the jQuery cookie library to your page template Added the following line to the hide and show region template ?View Code HTML1 $.cookie(‘#REGION_STATIC_ID#’,$(‘##REGION_STATIC_ID# .hide:first:visible’).length);return false; So my hide and show region template looks like this: ?View Code […]

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Oracle Apex, jQuery and GIS integration

I recently needed to provide mapping functionality in an APEX app I was developing. In V3+ of Oracle apex, you can create interactive reports like this Now when you click the cog, you geta map icon at the top: I added a <li> element to the interactive report on-the-fly using jQuery (depending if it finds […]

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