New Plug-in: Rich Text Editor Pro!
We are excited to announce that the United Codes Rich Text Editor Pro plug-in is now available at plug-ins-pro.com! This Rich Text Editor (RTE) plug-in brings a superior HTML editing experience to APEX via the very popular Froala WYSIWYG Editor.
AOP 20.3 is available!
We are excited to announce that AOP 20.3 is now available for download at apexofficeprint.com! This is a *free update* for all of our users, cloud and on-premises (with a valid maintenance contract). You can view the full release notes here.
Oracle APEX 20.2: APEX Office Print (AOP) vs native PDF, Excel and HTML
One of the most loved features of APEX Office Print (AOP) is the ability to export an Interactive Report or Grid exactly as you see it on the screen to Excel and PDF. AOP takes into account highlighting, filters, and more as defined by the end-user. This feature has been available since AOP 1.5 (2015) on APEX 5.0 and any higher version of APEX.
Create, Read, Fill and Flatten PDF Forms with APEX Office Print 20.3
In this blog post, I want to cover PDF Forms. PDF Forms have been around for a long time. My guess is that everybody has had to fill in at least one PDF Form already. An example we as a company have to fill in a lot is the W-8BEN form, another example is Form 941 Federal Tax Return.
More Advanced File Uploads in Oracle APEX
In many Oracle Application Express projects, there's a requirement that people can upload files. Typically the end-users want the ability to drag and drop images, PDFs, or other file types in their application. For example, if you use APEX Office Print, you might have added in your application the ability for end-users to upload their own templates, which typically are docx, xlsx, pptx, html and text files.
Power to the end-user! Create Interactive JET Charts in Oracle APEX
Charts and visualizations become very important when talking about data. Businesses are using these visualizations to make an appealing story. You will find many tips and tricks on the internet when you search for Data Storytelling. One of the most important tips is to use the right chart for your data.