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Oracle Application Express (APEX) is a popular low-code platform from Oracle for creating database-driven web applications. More and more possibilities arise to develop and operate APEX applications in the cloud – be it on containers or in the Oracle Cloud as APEX Cloud Service or even as part of the Autonomous Database. But one question always remains: how can APEX applications and database objects be easily versioned and automatically deployed to different instances?
Oracle APEX and REST API: Your imagination is the limit
speaker: Rutvik Prajapati
Web services are a powerful construct of modern application development. They are everywhere and depending on your specific requirements you either create or use them. Oracle APEX provides very good support for REST API and opens up a whole new world for developers: from creating an application that relies completely on external resources to integrating third-party features in your application, you can develop great features and solve many problems by integrating web services in your application. Do you want to see how to integrate into anything you want? Join me in this session where I’ll explain the basics of REST API, will show how easy it is to use REST API using Oracle APEX, and then I will show you what I managed to accomplish by integrating Telegram API and solved a real-world problem.
Cypress and APEX automated testing
speakers: Lino Schildenfeld
“The web has evolved. Finally, testing has too. Fast, easy and reliable testing for anything that runs in a browser.”
We build apps but we all struggle with testing. How hard can it be to get automated UI testing going?
Join me for this session where we will get insight how difficult it is to incorporate openSource tool like Cypress.io into your everyday development life cycles.
Aimed at audience of all levels
Oracle Autonomous Database 101
speaker: Zahid Anwar
In this presentation, I will talk about what is the Oracle Autonomous Database, what offerings are available from Oracle Cloud. Explaining the difference between shared and dedicated, how the cost differs and why. What do you get exactly with dedicated, licensing models, etc. Through various customer proposal for Autonomous database, I have come to understand what available, how they differ, etc. This presentation is based on this insight.