Scott Wesley

Scott Wesley

Scott Wesley

Systems Consultant

Sage Computing Services

Biography

Scott clearly has a passion for Oracle APEX. In the time since he's left Forms behind, he's recorded a video series; written a book; trained developers around the country; answered forum questions from around the world; and written many posts on all things APEX, and some things jQuery. Scott's been consulting with clients around Perth since 2000, enjoying his time with the Sage Computing crew for about a decade. He was recognised as an Oracle ACE in 2014 and he also loves science & astronomy, possibly a little too much.

Papers

APEX: Validate your Validations: Both Sides Now

Stream: Apex, Development/Middleware, Integrations, Security , Tools

This session covers APEX validations: server-side and client-side, on forms and, with greater focus, on interactive grids because of the relatively complexity and newness to many APEX developers. We will discuss recommended validation strategy, client side and server side, on forms and on interactive grids. We will demonstrate declarative, HTML5 and JavaScript options, and tips for both single and multi-row validations in grids. We will point out the need to balance perfect data with a user-friendly user interface, and how client-side validations help. We will point out some holes in out-of-the-box interactive grid validations – how they may not actually fire as expected, and how one can code to address the shortfalls. Attendees will learn how to code validations to match business data requirements in the latest APEX versions.

APEX Interactive Grids: Standardize for Productivity and Sanity

Stream: Apex, Development/Middleware, Integrations, Security , Tools

Interactive Grids have a myriad of customization options, some declarative, and most via JavaScript APIs. How does a developer, or an organization stay sane, organized and consistent with so many options? Standardize! Delivering clean, uniform, customized interactive grids within a single application, or across many developers and many applications is easier than you think.
This session demonstrates several options to standardize grid features within and across applications: plugins, common configuration files and CSS classes. These methods allow developers to reuse components and code as opposed to making declarative and/or code-based setting for every grid. The result is consistent, clean interactive grids, increased productivity and improved sanity. Better yet, not every developer needs to be a JavaScript expert to implement customized grid features.
The session promotes the value of having standards, and the concept of code once, then include and use everywhere. Attendees learn how to standardize grid configurations – which increases productivity and saves on sanity