This blog is just one part of our series about Netweaver Mobile 7.1. The available blogs in this series are:
- What you ever wanted to know about pda development in mobile 7.1 (part 1)
- What you ever wanted to know about pda development in mobile 7.1 (part 2)
- What you ever wanted to know about pda development in mobile 7.1 (part 3)
- What you ever wanted to know about pda development in mobile 7.1 (part 4)
SAP Netweaver Mobile 7.1 is now released for customers for quite some while already. People are either using it as official ramp-up customers or downloaded the trial version from SDN to play around with the tool. As the whole software package for mobile includes a huge set of new concepts and ideas which are also partially different from previous releases, we received a lot of questions and feedback from people using the software. Quite often people were asking the same things or we were telling them the same instructions to do things differently to make life easier. The feedback came to us through various channels: OSS, internal messages, information communication, SDN forum posts etc.
We think it is a good point in time to share these topics with all the users on SDN. Maybe it also helps to convince even more people to use Netweaver Mobile 7.1. The information we share with you should help to make you more familiar with the concepts for pda development and provide you some background information why things were done in a certain way. There will be a series of blogs covering different topics during development and operation of mobile applications for PDA. We selected the topics for the first blogs based on our experience. But we also would like to get your feedback. In particular, it would be great to get some proposals from your side about additional topics for blogs which we could publish. Even better if you feel that you already gained some experience, we would be happy if we see your blog as well in the future.
The first blog will provide you information how you can visualize the database content of your client if you are using minDB.
Topics we would like to cover in upcoming blogs will cover best practices for development, performance optimization etc.