Plug-Ins allow for the Application Express framework to be readily extended with custom item types, region types, processes and Dynamic Actions. Once defined, plug-in based components are created and maintained very much like standard Application Express components. Plug-ins enable developers to create highly customized components to enhance the functionality, appearance and user friendliness of their applications.
The APEX Community have developed a large range of different plug-ins.
Note: These plug-ins are not support by Oracle in any way. Oracle has done no review or vetting of these plug-ins.
Below is a list of Plug-Ins that can be used with Oracle Application Express 4.0 and above. These provide usable examples of what you can create and show plug-in developers how to create such plug-ins. You can also learn how to build your own plug-ins using this OBE, Extending Your Application Using Plug-ins.
Note that if you are updating an existing plug-in, you will need to confirm that you wish to replace it.
The materials provided here are for sample use and are provided "as-is"; Oracle disclaims all express and implied warranties, including, the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular use. Oracle shall not be liable for any damages, including, direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages for loss of profits, revenue, data or data use, incurred by you or any third party in connection with the use of these materials.
These plug-ins are not part of Oracle Application Express software and are therefore not supported by Oracle Support. Any issues with these can be discussed on the Application Express Forum.