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PhilipMugglestone
Product and Topic Expert
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Web-based tooling for native HANA application development continues to evolve at a rapid pace and new capabilities were recently introduced to SAP Web IDE for SAP HANA in 2.0 SPS 01.

Key enhancements include the long awaited MTA.yaml editor, support for prior releases of the SAP HANA database, code snippets for CDS artifacts, significant improvements in the Database Explorer, important changes to the way Node.js packages are accessed, and the ability to create Fiori master-detail UI apps directly against live OData services that have been defined in the same project.

To see these new capabilities in action and get up to speed quickly we've added hands-on tutorials to the SAP HANA  Academy.

Videos showing what's new for SAP Web IDE for SAP HANA with HANA 2 SPS 01 are:
MTA Project / HDI Container /CDS
Database Explorer
Node.js
Fiori Master-Detail

For the bigger picture, the XS Advanced Model playlist covers all aspects of SAP HANA XS advanced model including SAP Web IDE for SAP HANA - from introduction and getting started to more complex scenarios including the use of synonyms and how to perform native machine learning.

If you’re interested to learn about what’s new with HANA 2 SPS 01 in general do check out the following SAP HANA Academy blog as well as Thomas Jung's excellent blog on application developer features.

Have fun!



The SAP HANA Academy provides free online video tutorials for the developers, consultants, partners and customers of SAP HANA.

Topics range from practical how-to instructions on administration, data loading and modeling, and integration with other SAP solutions, to more conceptual projects to help build out new solutions using mobile applications or predictive analysis.

For the full library, see SAP HANA Academy Library – by the SAP HANA Academy

For the full list of blogs, see Blog Posts – by the SAP HANA Academy
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