Since Application Express can use WebServices and can integrate JSON like any other webpage. Take a look at this site http://www.trynt.com/ which has a bunch free WebServices,XML and JSON feeds which can be integrated into an APEX application.

7 Comments:

  1. Tyler said...
    There are going to be some killer sample apps that come out of this...
    John Scott said...
    Excellent find Carl (and more importantly thanks for sharing!).

    I tried a couple of them out and I'm impressed with just how easy they are. I created an APEX app based on the PDF producing service -

    http://apex.shellprompt.net/pls/apex/f?p=463:1

    Took less than 5 minutes from start to finish, one of the interesting uses (that I haven't put in that app but I did test) is that it could be used to produce a PDF of a chart or report region (by carefully crafting the URL) without the need to install FOP/BIP etc.

    Things just got more Interesting ;)

    John.
    Cyberstorm said...
    Hi, do you know how I can access this website. The link doesn't work ? http://trynt.com
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