Display alerts, confirmations, and other action-oriented messages.
Display an icon, image, or initials.
Display badges or counters.
Display content within a badge.
Indicate where the user is within the application with a hierarchical list of links.
Display text, icon or both within a button.
Organize buttons, toolbars, and simple horizontal forms.
Group buttons to appear together to make a single control.
Display a calendar based on the Full Calendar library that supports drag and drop, multiple views, and more.
Present a variety of information in small blocks and can be heavily customized.
Style regions like Classic Reports or Lists to look like a Cards region.
Show off one sub region at a time. For example, display a report and a chart, a slideshow, or different views of the same data.
Display tabular data in a default report template.
Toggle the visibility of a region's content on the page.
Quickly choose columns to display when screen size is limited.
Display user comments and status updates.
Display region content in a simple block.
Display content using a column for selection, such as a checkbox or radio button, an icon, and actions.
Display key-value pairs in a report.
Position form field such as inputs, select lists and more on a page..
Provide page-level help to users.
Capture attention and display an icon, heading, sub-headings, and buttons on a homepage, dashboard, and other introductory-style pages.
Display a single image without text in a region.
Display a region on the current page within a modal dialog.
Customize reports using powerful features in this native APEX component.
Create powerful reports using fixed headers, frozen columns, scroll pagination, multiple filters, sorting, aggregates, computations, and more.
Use a list of links for navigation and other action-oriented tasks, with the option to show badges, icons, sub-list items, and more.
Display a simple list-based user interface that has a wide range of features such as built in search, list dividers, nested lists, and more.
Design lists that involve an icon, heading, description, and a badge.
Display a menu bar control.
Display a menu that pops up on a page by using Lists and associating a button with the menu.
Determine how users navigate within an application.
Render HTML or text using the PL/SQL Web Toolkit.
Display data vertically to save space when screen size becomes small.
Show and hide controls for regions.
Display widgets in a generic region template that can be heavily customized.
Use HTML markup directly on the page.
Improve navigation, flow, and usability of pages in an application.
Display recent updates and interactions within an application.
Group breadcrumbs, page title, and primary page actions at the top of the page.
Perform hierarchical navigation control based on a SQL query.
Display attribute value / key value pairs with Row or Column based queries.
Contain the Wizard Progress List and forms using this region template.