About UI5 for Beginners
- Any screen on any device,
- Cutting-edge controls,
- Powerful theming and branding,
- Efficiency and Performance.
2.Cutting-edge controls – Focused on user-experience. Supports extensibility concept for business relevant controls such as Calendar, Charts and Index to extend the current functionality.
3.Powerful theming and branding – Easily customizable themes which supports CSS5, which adapts themes to brand in an effective manner. SAP UI5 tools integrated into Eclipse supports in creating and modifying themes with an enhanced CSS editor and application preview capabilities.
Chrome browsers support the web tool.
Model View Controller architecture is used in binding the data between request and response of the system. Binding modes can be of one-way or two-way.
Example: Updating relationship and synchronization of calendar utilities.
SAP UI5 can be implemented through JSON, XML, ODATA models.
Implementation of JSON has a slight edge over other models since it uses a REST interface. REST is a web application interface model through which the client communicates with the server by modifying the state of resources through representations. This interface manipulates the state of resource oriented decomposition of business processes.
CRUD Application and ICF service based on REST and JSON configurations are provided in the development toolkit references. Implementing the REST service using model and DDIC objects and CRUD methods will summarizes the response of the web service.
*CRUD – Create, Read, Update and Delete methods
*REST – REpresentational State Transfer
*ICF – Internet Communication Framework
1 – Web Service request
2 – Response from the server.