Showing posts from November 12, 2008

How To... Load the jQuery JavaScript Library

Like any JavaScript API, jQuery needs to be loaded on your web page. To do so, you can host the .js file on your server or call it using Google AJAX API Loader . Using Google's AJAX Libraries API is my favorite choice when I am dealing with an online application. This might not be possible for an intranet application. This is the HTML code to load jQuery using Google's AJAX API Loader. <script src=""></script> <script> // Load jQuery google.load("jquery", "1.2.6"); </script>

Integrating jQuery

With my colleagues at Insum Solutions , we started a demo application of what can be done with jQuery a JavaScript Library. So far, I have been impressed by the simplicity of the tool. Our demo application of jQuery and APEX is available right now! Give it a try, the url is: . We are waiting for your comments and suggestions. You can contact us at .

Beginning of a Great Adventure

Hello APEX enthusiasts! This is the first article of many. I will use this blog to help the APEX community achieve more. I will write basic and advanced guides/tutorials that should be interesting for both APEX beginners and pros. I hope we will have a great journey together! ;)