SAP Community Spotlight: SAP Fiori!
SAP Fiori is the design language that is based on user roles and business processes. SAP Fiori is a shift away from monolithic ERP solutions toward light-weight apps tailored to the users’ tasks.
When it comes to configuring, adapting, and extending your SAP S/4HANA solution, key user extensibility provides powerful low-code/no-code features to manage customer-specific changes for your solution. These changes can be made during your implementation project, during an upgrade project, and at any time you need.
Even better, key user extensibility changes can be made by your business experts, a central process governance group, your functional consultants, or used by your technical team. Who makes the changes is really up to you!
Also, be sure to read about SAP Web Components in this blog post. A web component is a custom HTML tag to realize a custom UI element. Why is SAP investing in Web Components? SAP and specifically the SAP Design System strive for an efficient implementation of a consistent user experience across all SAP solutions.
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Announcements for SAP TechEd 2022 included CAP running on Kyma, new feature toggles, going open source with Node.js GraphQL adapter and Integration of BTP Document Management Service with Google Workspace.
Read more in this blog post, which provides an overview and details of key announcements!
Couldn’t make SAP TechEd this year? Watch all the replays here!
At SAP TechEd this year, the Career Corner on SAP Community goes live. Career Corner offers a chance to talk directly to developers, consultants and leaders who know what it’s like to consider and commit to a career path in the SAP ecosystem. When you join Career Corner on SAP Community, you immediately get access to job opportunities posted by fellow members, advice on different SAP Learning Journeys and certifications and an opportunity to engage and interact.
Groovy scripting is an integral and important feature of SAP Cloud Platform Integration (CPI). The goals of this repository are: Providing templates when you are implementing a new script. Easily finding Groovy functions related to the CPI topic at hand. And, minimizing search engine time for common tasks.
Many of you have already completed the former version of the Tour the SAP Community tutorial. As there is so much happening in SAP Community each year, we wanted to update the current version and create a new one that incorporates new features, such as Groups, Events functionalities and Event badges. Find out more in this blog post.