To summarize, here are my current Oracle, Apex and PL/SQL projects, all on Google Code:
- Thoth Gateway, a mod_plsql replacement that runs on Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS). It allows you to use IIS as the web server for Apex applications (instead of Apache or the Embedded PL/SQL Gateway), and it has a few extra features as well, such as CLOB support, automatic Web Services published from PL/SQL, XDB integration, and integrated Windows authentication out-of-the-box.
- JQGrid Integration Kit for PL/SQL, a set of PL/SQL packages that allows you to use the JQGrid component to display and edit tabular data in your Apex applications. It is faster, better-looking and more flexible than the built-in tabular forms in Apex.
- ApexGen, a utility to generate Oracle Application Express (Apex) pages from PL/SQL, in a fraction of the time it takes to create Apex pages manually. With Apex 4.0 just around the corner, I believe ApexGen will be due for an overhaul soon, as the export files are likely to have changed quite a bit.