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March 23, 2017

Annotating and Extending Fiori Element Applications: List Report Part 3

When we look at Fiori Elements, we see the opinionated design that helps drive us towards a unified user experience (Fiori in general), floorplans that resolve common business application scenarios...

March 19, 2017

Real time syncing and offline capabilities using OpenUI5 ...

The OpenUI5 data model uses a node on an XMPP server to synchronize itself to different connected clients. Because of the usage of CRDT (Conflict-free replicated data type) it is easy to build...

March 07, 2017

openui5-i18n-util a great tool for lazy developers to auto-magically fetch, build and manage traslations file

We all know, developers are pretty lazy, it’s a solid reality. That’s why I built openui5-i18n-util just for you! Lately I’m used to add directly i18n placeholder inside js/xml files...

March 04, 2017

Side by Side: SAPUI5 vs. React & Angular2

Two of the most popular Javascript frameworks and libraries are React and Angular2. There’re many articles that compare them against each other. However, they’re rarely compared with SAPUI5. The...

March 02, 2017

Annotating and Extending Fiori Element Applications: List Report Part 2

In this piece we will continue on to implementing a search help for our Smart Filter Bar filters along with setting up Multi-Combobox and Date Range Selection controls. [author:  Joe Rupert]

Annotating and Extending Fiori Element Applications: List Report Part 1

My goal here is to outline some common requirements when building applications with Fiori Elements. I will not be covering how to work with the SAP Web IDE’s annotation modeler or how to configure...

Annotating and Extending Fiori Element Applications

With this blog series I hope to dig into Fiori Elements and describe what they are and how we, as developers, can leverage them to build robust applications that follow their opinionated design. In...

New Blog Series: UI5ers Buzz

A new blog series „UI5ers Buzz“ was started recently by SAP UI5 developers. It’s available on the SAP Community and Topics will range from previews of things to come in SAPUI5 and...

February 07, 2017

Pragmatic OpenUI5 (a.k.a. SAPUI5) vs Polymer comparison

This blog post will contain a comparison between the SAP framework OpenUI5 and the Google Framework Polymer. On my current work project I am mainly using OpenUI5. I was the guy to decided to use it...

November 27, 2016

Custom UI5 Control Generator SAP Web IDE Plugin

What if we could generate all the fundamentals of a custom UI5 control based on a HTML example? What if there was a Fiori app where you can paste some html code and generates a SAPUI5 custom control...

November 19, 2016

SAPUI5 Application Startup Performance - Advanced Topics

After covering some of the basic aspects on how to improve the startup performance of SAPUI5 applications in my last post, I will cover some more advanced topics which nonetheless should apply to...

October 29, 2016

SAPUI5 Application Startup Performance - Best Practices

I decided a while ago to write this blog post after a call I had with a customer who struggled with the startup performance of his SAPUI5 application. The initial steps taken to improve the...

May 03, 2016

Hackschool goes OpenUI5

Added on May 03, 2016 08:34 AM , written by Jascha Quintern

Our friends from Hackerstolz are opening up a new OpenUI5 stream in their Hackschool format. Next workshop is happening at 4th of June in Mannheim and you can find more information on their...

April 01, 2016

Tame the Phoenix! Minimizing UI5 apps footprint to run from an ESP8266

A while back, I sent this twitter message into the Twitter-verse, with the intention to blog shortly after that on how I got UI5 running on an ESP8266. I’m afraid this blog was conceived a bit...

February 22, 2016

DSAG Technologietage 2016 - OpenUI5 vs SAPUI5

I am just back from the german DSAG Technologietage 2016. Together with SAP i have hold a presentation concerning the differences between OpenUI5 and SAPUI5. I tried to figure out the key facts in...

July 07, 2015

Welcome to 30 Days of UI5!

Added on July 07, 2015 08:27 AM , written by DJ Adams

Join DJ in his great initiative, he started to create daily posts about UI5 on his blog. We will feature some of the content and contribute as well. As a bit of fun, and to celebrate this version 1.30...

February 02, 2015

OpenUI5 at FOSDEM 2015

Added on February 02, 2015 12:36 PM , written by DJ Adams

I just returned from FOSDEM, the conference for free and open source software developers that’s held annually in Brussels. It’s a super event that has a long pedigree already, and has managed to...

November 14, 2014 community page

Added on November 14, 2014 03:14 PM , written by OpenUI5

Check out this new community project featuring youtube videos, github projects and tutorials. The homepage is created enteriley with UI5!

October 13, 2014

SAPUI5 and OpenUI5 and more

Hi all, we would like to share important news although one or the other might have already realized them. Since last Friday, we have enabled code contributions to OpenUI5. First of all, this...

September 25, 2014

Featured Blog: I am mitsuruog

Added on September 25, 2014 03:07 PM , written by OpenUI5 Team

For the interested japanese reader or with google translator: Mitsuruog’s blog is hosting very interesting articles about OpenUI5 and other web development related topics. Check his tutorial...

July 22, 2014

SAPs OpenUI5 JavaScript Library is Surprisingly Well Done, Comparable to AngularJS

I really wanted to hate the SAP OpenUI5 Javascript library introduction at OSCON yesterday. I’m an AngularJS zealot (and I love the brilliance of ReactJS). The SAP team started off with such...

July 01, 2014

UI5 video lecture on building Custom Controls

Added on July 01, 2014 10:28 AM , written by Michael Graf

This 10 minute video lecture describes how to implement custom controls using OpenUI5. The video is part of an educational training from the SAP Development University and has been published for...

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