Our team of Oracle ACE’s, ACE Directors, and APEX certified experts are continually asked to speak at Oracle conferences worldwide. They also deliver “can’t-miss” online content via blogs and webinars.
This third blog of our series on Insum’s 20th anniversary focuses on the APEX community. The Insum team is honored to be a part of it.
In this second installment of a three-part blog series celebrating Insum's twentieth anniversary, we reveal the story of Insum's product-focused beginnings and its subsequent discovery of Oracle APEX. Co-founders Francis Mignault, Michel St-Amour, Patrick Bonneville, and their long-time collaborator Roger Leblanc recount the details. The Insum Way: How did we [...]
When the Allowed Row Operations Column setting just doesn’t cut it, check out Elisabeth’s trick to make specific cells of your Interactive Grid read only.
QuickSQL for fast data modeling, sample data, enforcing standards, generating APIs, rest-enabling your tables, and more!
6 top reasons you should use Flows for APEX today. Flows for APEX is an open-source Oracle APEX extension that allows you to model, monitor and run your BPMN-based process flows.
This release is so big it needs 2 parts! Check out our review of 10 new Oracle APEX 21.2 features you want to know about.
On May 25, 2021, the Oracle APEX community lost its greatest champion, its fearless leader, its mentor, when Joel Kallman lost his battle with COVID-19. Joel touched the lives of so many of us at Insum, and we wanted to share a few thoughts about what he meant to us. [...]
I believe that in the years to come, most of the PL/SQL code that will be written, will be written for (and in) APEX applications. I am, therefore, very happy to join the Insum team for the next phase of my Oracle journey – in PL/SQL and APEX!
2020 threw us all for a bit of a loop, didn't it?? I feel sorry for the folks who are tasked with end of year review posts. I mean... Where to start? As for me, I'm excited because I get to spend some time remembering all the great things that [...]
I still remember the first time I used Oracle APEX (HTMLDB) in 2004.