How my app is call as Fiori app and not Ui5 app? What makes them different?
UI5 Library has 235+ UI Elements. Not all the UI elements are designed to be responsive to various device resolutions.
SAP came up with an approach called ‘Fiori’ where, all the UI Controls / Layout used in it, are completely responsive. Meaning, it comes with the mobile enablement by default.
As you may know that we have various application types and layouts inside UI5, Not Every application that we want to build can be fit into that default template what Fiori Provides.
We would sometimes need some customization. So we would end up using a UI element which is not responsive. So that’s a mix of both Fiori and generic UI5 application
To Be Precise. We call those applications ‘A Fiori One’ – when it strictly follows the guidelines of Fiori.
Provides right functionalities to the right set of users.
The Workflow and the design of Fiori enable the user to get a delightful experience.
Whether you fulfill a sales order, review your latest KPIs, or manage leave requests – SAP Fiori adheres to a consistent interaction and visual design language. Across the enterprise, you enjoy the same intuitive and consistent experience.
With SAP Fiori, you can complete your job intuitively and quickly. SAP Fiori helps you focus on what is important – essential functions are easy to use and you can personalize the experience to focus on your relevant tasks and activities.
ADAPTIVE / RESPONSIVE
SAP Fiori enables you to work how and where you want, regardless of the device you use. And, it provides relevant information that allows for instant insight.
Hope that helps!
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