(note you can put your own url that generates the json):
I created this Blog to share my knowledge especially in Oracle Application Express (APEX) and my feelings ...
After my post Generate nested JSON from SQL with ORDS and APEX 5 I got some requests to explain more about REST and JSON, so let me start with JSON. I'll go more into REST in some future posts.
It all comes from exchanging data, and finding a format that can easily be used by the "client" who needs to do something with the data. In the past XML (and SOAP) was used a lot to fill that need, between tags you found your data. With JSON it's kinda the same, but because many "clients" are now web pages, it makes sense to use something that is very easy to use by a browser.
Here's an example of how it was with XML:
Posted by Dimitri Gielis at 22:30
Today Oracle introduced the node-oracledb driver, so you can easily connect from node to your Oracle database.
Roeland organised a new APEX Meetup in Belgium on February 2nd.
The fastest and easiest way to setup your own local Oracle Development environment is by using the "Oracle Technology Network Developer Day" Database Virtual Box Appliance.
Did you know you can recognise an Oracle APEX application through the url?
Here's the syntax:
Let me give some examples: