Attend our sessions or schedule a 1-on-1 demo at the FOEX booth
If you're attending Kscope17 and want to meet the FOEX team there are plenty of ways to do that. Make sure you check our Kscope sessions' schedule below, join the OTN Lunch & Learn APEX panel or visit the FOEX booth (#316) for a 1-on-1 demo.
Below you can see which sessions will the FOEX team be hosting this year at Kscope.
We're moderating the APEX panel of the OTN Lunch & Learn at Kscope17.
See the latest version of the FOEX Plugin Framework and get some cool giveaways.
Peter RaganitschCo-Founder & Co-CEO
Matt NolanCo-Founder & CTO
Dietmar GabauerTechnical Sales Consultant
Daniel HochleitnerOracle APEX Developer
Jun 26th 2017 (Session 1) | 10:30 am - 11:30 am | Room: Iris /Lily | Peter Raganitsch
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Web applications are awesome, easy to access from anywhere, but also limited in what they can do. All of that happens for security reasons, of course, and that makes us accept that browser apps (like APEX) can't access any client resources like the filesystem, a printer, or a scanner.
Using the open source Electron project we can build a custom browser, to work around those limitations and extend our APEX applications to do what they need to do. In this session we will look at what Electron is, how to set it up, and what possibilities there are. There will also be some easy-to-use prebuilt examples for you to use after the session.
Jun 27th 2017 (Vendor Presentation) | 9:45 am - 10:45 am | Room: Larkspur | Matt Nolan
Building data-heavy applications is a time-consuming and resource-intensive process. What if there’s an easier and quicker way to deliver complex business solutions with only a handful of developers? Above all, what if your team could use just their existing skills to master in days and weeks a RAD framework designed specifically for enterprise application development, instead of months?
Join us and discover how, by using APEX and leveraging the APEX plugin architecture, you can declaratively build data intensive applications that are comparable in functionality to those traditionally developed with Java, ADF, or Oracle Forms.
Empower your developers to deliver applications that are richer in functionality, provide built-in tablet support, have a modern UI, and are easily maintainable. All this whilst keeping your IT costs under control.
Jun 28th 2017 (Session 11) | 8:30 am - 9:30 am | Room: Cibolo Canyon 5 | Peter Raganitsch
I know, I know, you already used APEX and have built some fine applications. But do you really understand how APEX works and why it behaves as it does? Have you ever just tried different things until finally something seemed to work, without actually understanding the what and the why?
Let me try to explain the basics of APEX: the foundation on that all fancy components (IR, Grid, Charts, ...) build up on. After this session you should be able to understand all the important things: session state, communication, bad and good AJAX calls, and much more.
Jun 28th 2017 (Session 13) | 11:15 am - 12:15 pm | Room: Iris /Lily | Matt Nolan
In this session you will get an in-depth look into the APEX plugin architecture using a real world example where performance is critical and the techniques used to optimize performance.
We will explore the best practices when it comes to designing plugins, event usage, increasing code centralization, and decreasing maintenance while plugging the functionality gaps in your APEX applications.