To get help with any SAP tech, especially SAPUI5, you can get in touch with our remote mentors by using the #SAPYRS hashtag either on Twitter or on Google+. We have scheduled Google+ Hangouts twice daily – at 11 AM and 3 PM local time – where you can join in and ask your questions. You can also track and join the conversations here:
Have a great time and good luck!
SAP is proud to be the head sponsor of this year’s YRS Festival of Code. We are excited about the competition and what each one of you will be able to create. As a multinational software corporation, we make software that is used by organizations to manage their business operations and customer relations. Our developers are key in creating applications and software solutions that our customers can use to be successful in their fields. As a young developer participating in this event, you’ll have the opportunity to get in contact with some of our experts and learn directly from them.
1. Evaluation Package for UI Development Toolkit for HTML5 – Download Package
The package includes:
- A ‘demo kit’ application with documentation, samples and test suites
- The runtime plus control libraries for Java servers and static web servers
- SAPUI5 Application Development Tool to create SAPUI5 applications including wizards, templates, and previews
2. Getting started with SAPUI5 – Read blog
This blog provides step by step instructions on how to set up a Beta version of SAPUI5 for use in Visual Studio and create a demo SAPUI5 app that retrieves data from the sales order management system (SAP ERP Sales Orders) and combines it with issues tracked in a SharePoint list.
3. SAPUI5 says “Hello OData” to NetWeaver Gateway – Read Blog
This post describes how SAPUI5 can be used to connect to SAP NetWeaver Gateway and consume data from an SAP system using OData. If you have an OData source, it’s easy to bring information into your SAPUI5 controls. Read on for more info!
4. Using SAPUI5 on Neo (Cloud) – my blog series from developer to developer – Read Series
Get first hand advise when working with SAPUI5 and SAP’s Cloud Platform (formerly referred to as Neo). The two blogs in the series will provide you with tips and tricks to get around issues that you may get into.
Bookmark this page as we will be posting examples and additional resources in the next few weeks!
Use social media for additional support
SAP experts will be on hand to answer any questions via Twitter and G+ hangouts during the week of the event. Please make sure to use #SAPYRS when tweeting your questions (you may start using the hashtag now) or look for the Google Plus – SAP YRS Hangouts (we will have two sessions every day – the schedule will be posted shortly).
Have you heard of SAP before?
SAP is a multinational software corporation headquartered in Germany that makes enterprise software (software used in organizations) to manage business operations and customer relations. The company offers a wide variety of software products such as enterprise resource planning applications (for the key business functions in an organization – e.g. Finance, Human Resources, Supply Chain, etc.), enterprise data warehouse solutions (databases for reporting and analysis), mobile solutions (mobile applications, mobile platforms, etc.), and business intelligence solutions (for performance management, planning, reporting, information management, etc.), among other products.
The tools mentioned in this blog are used by SAP developers in the development of business apps. Our devs will be on hand for the next couple of weeks to answer any questions you may have (please use #SAPYRS if you are using Twitter or post your questions in the Comments section at the end of this blog).
We are looking forward to the festival and wish everyone good luck and happy coding!