SAP Community Spotlight: SAPUI5
Since the birth of OpenUI5, the UI5 community is growing and is actively supporting the UI5 team on their journey of the evolution of the framework, the tooling and its ecosystem to cohesive development experience. Read more about it in this blog post and watch Peter’s video for more insights.
For some tips on how to easily manage your key user adaptations with SAPUI5 flexibility, take a look at Dominik Konle’s blog post where he shares how you can tailor the user interfaces of SAPUI5 applications, making them more efficient, easier to use, and better accepted by end users.
Then get ready for UI5con on July 7! This two-day event on UI5 technology and community. Unleash a world of opportunities and learn more about new UI5 projects from our expert speakers. More details about our agenda are here.
Don't forget to join the code challenge! The challenge looks at testing UI5 apps with wdi5. Good luck!
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After being a part of a couple of SAP S/4HANA and SAP S/4HANA Cloud Implementation projects one thing Sudip learned for sure is that there are different techniques to keep the core clean. In this blog post, Sudip shares some of the techniques.
In this blog post, you’ll learn about Managed Scenario (behavior implementation) in the ABAP on BTP platform. Managed scenario goes hand in hand with the low-code/no-code concept. Since the managed approach takes all the responsibilities of the CRUD operations, you just need to take account certain authorizations.
The SAP Service and Asset Manager 2205 release introduces many new features along with some updates to the backend configuration. The latest release is not a new application, but rather a rebranding to reflect the expanded support for persona-centric use cases encompassing maintenance, service, and inventory operations.
The aim of any application is to keep the transactional document error free. That points to the importance of error handling and validations in the application process. In this blog post, you’ll find out how to implement real-time validations on field input in a transactional SAP Fiori application with ABAP RAP framework.
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