6 Replies Latest reply: Dec 6, 2012 1:27 PM by Marc Sewtz RSS

    How tested my apex jquery mobile application ?

    978176
      Hi guys,i have a problem at moment of test of my JqueryMobile ApplicationDatabase, i used the next emulator of iphone "http://iphonetester.com/" but it not work, the message error says that my URL not found. This app was created in APEX 4.2 and running in Amazon Server.

      Please i need some help for do this working.
        • 1. Re: How tested my apex jquery mobile application ?
          VC
          user13143624 wrote:
          Hi guys,i have a problem at moment of test of my JqueryMobile ApplicationDatabase, i used the next emulator of iphone "http://iphonetester.com/" but it not work, the message error says that my URL not found. This app was created in APEX 4.2 and running in Amazon Server.

          Please i need some help for do this working.
          But is your application publicly available?? I don't think so and that's why emulator cannot see it

          Because you can try this URL which is hosted on apex.oracle.com and it works fine

          http://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=34197
          • 2. Re: How tested my apex jquery mobile application ?
            Patrick Wolf-Oracle
            Hi user13143624,

            http://iphonetester.com/ is using an IFRAME to display the page. Because of security reasons, new APEX applications are not allowed to be embedded within an IFRAME.
            Go to Edit Application Properties -> Security -> Browser Security and set "Embed in Frames" to "Allow". I think this will fix your problem.

            Regards
            Patrick
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            • 3. Re: How tested my apex jquery mobile application ?
              978176
              Hi VC and Patrick, really i'm new in APEX to develop apps, i'll try your suggestions and then i tell you what happend.

              Thnks.
              RicardoMalca
              • 4. Re: How tested my apex jquery mobile application ?
                978176
                hello again, change the application property to "allow", but iphone-tester no run ok.

                It's my app
                http://ec2-107-21-87-25.compute-1.amazonaws.com:8080/apex/f?p=108:1

                user : ricardo.malca
                pass: 123

                this app is a test.

                i'll hope your help.
                thnks.
                Ricardo Malca
                • 5. Re: How tested my apex jquery mobile application ?
                  978176
                  hello again, change the application property to "allow", but iphone-tester no run ok.

                  It's my app
                  http://ec2-107-21-87-25.compute-1.amazonaws.com:8080/apex/f?p=108:1

                  user : ricardo.malca
                  pass: 123

                  this app is a test.

                  i'll hope your help.
                  thnks.
                  Ricardo Malca
                  • 6. Re: How tested my apex jquery mobile application ?
                    Marc Sewtz
                    Ricardo,

                    Your app seems to be working just fine in a regular web browser - at least it did for me. So can I ask what you're trying to achieve by using this simulator? All this does it run your app in proper screen dimensions and wraps it into an image that looks like an iPhone. You can do similar testing using standard Webkit based browsers, like Safari or Chrome. You could also use a Viewport resizer to get the right dimensions, e.g. this:

                    http://lab.maltewassermann.com/viewport-resizer/

                    Or use a mobile emulator like Opera's Mobile tool:

                    http://www.opera.com/developer/tools/mobile/

                    ... if you want to do true testing though, you will have to use an actual iPhone, or the Apple XCode iPhone simulator, which only runs on a Mac.

                    Regards,
                    Marc