About a plug-in providing native Apex functionality

This Saturday I published a plug-in on apex.world to create subheaders in a classic report. I got the idea while developing a long report and it seemed like a good idea to create a plugin for it to wrap and parameterize the JavaScript code. I searched the internet for the existence of such a plug-in and found nothing.
So I set out to create the plug-in. After finishing it I wrote a blogpost and added it to the plug-in repository on apex.world. And I proudly tweeted about it.
Pretty soon I got a reply from Peter Raganitz: “Wouldn’t a control break do just that?”.


I set out to check this and.. he is absolutely right. This functionality is available in Apex in a declarative way!


The only extra needed is a small CSS definition for the visuals of the headers:


Source Article from http://dickdral.blogspot.com/2017/10/about-plug-in-providing-native-apex.html

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