BSP Custom Elements. In [Part 1 | https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/weblogs?
blog=/pub/wlg/1104] we looked a simple example that
showed the basics of creating our custom bsp element and adapting our
step further and look at an example that is slightly more complex.
Progress Bar. Now I realize that SAP delivers a Progress Indicator element
in the PHTMLB library. The example I want to look at today works a little
different in that it is a constantly scrolling bar that doesn’t really
indicate the current percentage complete. As the author of this tools
suggests: “The bar doesn’t really do anything other than give your visitor
something to look at while the page loads”. But this example is important
contained in a .js file that must be included in the HEAD section of your
page. Then later in your page you trigger the creation of the progress bar
dealing with it in BSP.
The example today comes from Author Brian Gosselin and the Script Asylum . The
and read a very detailed explanation of how it works.
I hope that everyone is enjoying these examples so far. In the next
installment we will get really crazy and start altering the rendering of
existing SAP delivered BSP elements.