Apex Development

We develop, implement and maintain the Apex software development in following:

• Event Management


• Assets Management

• IT assets Management

• Hotel Management

• Medical Appointment Management

• Custom

• What to replicate?

Oracle Application Express is a web-based software development environment that runs on an Oracle database. It is fully supported and comes standard with all Oracle Database editions and, starting with Oracle 11g, is installed by default as part of the core database install

Simple architecture where page requests and submissions made from the browser are tunnelled through the mid-tier to execute in the Oracle Database and returned as HTML responses to the browser. No data manipulation or processing is performed in the mid-tier, instead the Oracle APEX engine (inside the Oracle Database) accepts the page, and interacts with the data schemas in the database. The mid-tier can be either the preferred Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) running in a Java Server {either Oracle Web-Logic Server (WLS), Oracle Glassfish, or Tomcat} or Oracle Embedded PL/SQL Gateway (EPG) which is part of the Oracle DB, or Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) with mod_plsql. It is common for OHS to be installed in front of ORDS to act as a proxy and serve images.

Capitalize upon your Oracle Database Investment


Application Express can easily be used by citizen developers, yet it is broad enough to be exploited by experienced enterprise developers. This enables developers to build small opportunistic solutions all the way up to complex enterprise-wide mission critical systems.


The Oracle Application Express engine runs directly in the Oracle Database and exploits the database's extraordinarily scalable and efficient architecture. You can also take full advantage of improved performance with Exadata, Real Application Clusters (RAC), and the In-Memory option.


The Oracle Application Express framework provides numerous security features out-of-the-box. Authenticate your users using LDAP, Oracle Single-signon, Oracle Database credentials, or HTTP Header variable. Exploit database features like Virtual Private Database and Real Application Security.