Low code development has become increasingly popular thanks to its simplicity, speed, and convenience. Professional developers and power users alike can bypass meticulous hand-coding in favor of declarative features and drag-and-drop options. In this guide, we'll compare two popular low code platforms: Microsoft Power and Oracle APEX.
If you're following closely with Oracle Database releases, you're probably wondering why they jumped from 19c to 21c. What happened to 20c, and is 21c set to be the next terminal release?
After over a decade, Oracle is officially suspending support for Database 11g. Whether you're a longstanding 11g user or someone else curious about database upgrades, you may wonder, "When is the best time to switch to a new database?" Every situation is unique, but the guide below can help steer you in the right direction.
Oracle Data Safe is a console for Oracle Databases that provides critical safety and security features in one convenient location. Users can evaluate risks, manage sensitive data, review user activity, maintain data security compliance, and conduct a range of other security measures through this central dashboard. Let's explore some of the key features of Data Safe and how it's paving the way for enhanced online security.
To make application development faster, easier, and more accessible, Oracle has launched a new service called Oracle APEX Application Development. Also referred to as APEX Service, this low-code option is scalable to fit each developer's needs, and it comes at a more affordable rate than other solutions.