Tag: SAP UI5

Boston University at SAP TechEd 2020: Innovating Business Processes with Design Thinking and SAP Fiori Elements

In the session “Innovate with Our Human-Centered Approach and Learn from Customer Stories” at SAP TechEd 2020, we heard some SAP customers speak on how the end-to-end, agile human-centered approach to innovation helped them turn ideas into fully productive, unique apps delivered at scale that drive real business outcomes. Here, we will home in on […]
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Victoria Thomas

Democratizing SAP Fiori with Fundamentals

SAP Fiori fundamentals is a light-weight library of stylesheets and HTML tags that allows developers to build SAP Fiori apps in any UI framework (e.g. Angular, React, Vue, etc.).
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Maricel Cabahug

SAP Fiori’s Rich Text Editor – What You See Is What You Get

Beacon is a series of content to help you discover and learn about SAP Fiori. This nugget shines a light on SAP Fiori’s rich text editor (RTE) built with SAPUI5 controls. As you might already know, the RTE is a control for data input and editing. ‘Rich’ comes from the complex formatting possibilities. As a ‘What You See […]
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Saskia Guckenburg

My Journey to SAP Fiori

Finding the right resource is the key for any learning! Let us dig up how you can begin your journey of SAP Fiori by finding the right resources. Nevertheless, you can look for many posts, articles and writeups on SAP Fiori, but following a dedicated approach can help you reach the destination early.
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Chandra Bhushan Singh

SAP Fiori 2.0 – The Design Guidelines (Version 1.40)

With this new version, the design language has been extended to encompass the most important aspects of SAP Fiori 2.0 as well as numerous improvements to existing controls and patterns.
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Andrea Waisgluss

SAP Fiori 2.0: The Ideal Overview

This series of blogs discusses aspects of SAP’s latest iteration of the SAP Fiori design language: SAP Fiori 2.0. In this article, I will discuss the idea of the overview page in the context of the SAP Fiori environment, and how it can be used to bundle information and functionality centered around one task context […]
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Kai Richter