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Author's profile photo Vivaldo Ferreira

ALL UPDATED: SAP Mobile Platform 3.0 Education Courses

Hello SAP Mobile Platform Community,

I have an update below on the SAP Mobile Platform portfolio of courses. Please note that all the SAP Mobile Platform courses have been completely updated to the most recent platform release, inclusive of the Support Pack available as of April 2015. See the following course listings by role for SAP Mobile Platform 3.0. Visit and browse the SAP Mobility solution education portfolio for future course updates on SMP 3.0. All courses are also available in the SAP Learning Hub as self-paced alternatives to instructor-led classroom training.

SAP Mobile Platform 3.0 Architecture:


SAP Education Portfolio by Role

Architects and Functional Consultants:



SAPUI5 and SAP Mobile Platform Integration and Architecture:


The SAPUI5 Architecture diagram shows that SAPUI5 apps can runon mobile phones, tablets, or desktop computers. It shows how SAPUI5 apps can be built to follow the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern, and that views can be built with either the mobile or desktop (common) controls provided by SAPUI5. As a browser is displayed, you know that SAPUI5 apps are HTML-based. Finally, you see the back ends that are supported by SAPUI5, including relational databases and SAP Gateway. SAPUI5 can also be used in conjunction with SMP for an E2E mobile application solution that leverages the SAP Fiori’s simple interfaces and user experience.

Aside from the powerful integration features, you will learn how to use the SAP Mobile Platform 3.0 UI Extensions (Open UI) Support. This is extremely powerful, because you can now write custom controls in place of the default Agentry controls. If you are new to HTML5 and the SAPUI5 framework, there are several very useful courses – SAPX04 and SAPX05 and SAPX08 – and NEW SAPX12 – that will take you through an HTML5 development primer (or refresher), the second course will take you through user experience design and development by way of the SAPUI5 framework, and the third course will allow you to explore SAPUI5 even further in building your own Fiori-like application. SAPX12 is a course that teaches you how to build SAP Fiori Apps from the ground up using SAP Web IDE and Reference Apps. If you are interested in learning more about SAP User Experience education, please read an SCN UX Education blog I wrote earlier this year.

SMP 2.3 to SMP 3.0 baseline delta training:

Need to simply get the skill gap between SMP 2.3 and SMP 3.0 filled without having to attend the full core courses again. The courses below are designed to get SMP 2.3 learners up to speed on SMP 3.0. Keep in mind that these are delta courses and it is assumed that you have already taken SMP521 (SMP 2.3 for developers) and/or SMP620 (SMP 2.3 for administrators):

I hope that I have given you valuable information about the new SMP 3.0 courses and course updates to help you determine what your next logical SAP Education course should be. If you are new to SAP Mobile Platform 3.0 and need to review the list of training courses, you can review the role-based education portfolio at: SAP Mobility Education Online Catalog.

Other Related Blogs and Resources:

  • For anyone interested in SMP 3.0 architect training, see this blog.
  • For administration training, click this blog.
  • For SAP Fiori and SAPUI5 training, see this blog.

I would like to close this blog with a special note about the SAP Learning Hub for those of you who would prefer an asynchronous, cloud-based learning solution.

SAP Mobile Platform Education in the SAP Learning Hub:

SAP Education offers multiple delivery formats and learning solutions. If you find that attending a live classroom poses a time and financial challenge, SAP Education introduces the all new SAP Learning Hub, the on-demand learning platform from SAP. All SAP course content is immediately available in the SAP Learning Hub, including all new SAP Mobile Platform courses. Therefore, SAP Learning Hub is a great way to stay relevant and competitive in this fast-paced IT market, while reducing total training costs to you and your organization. Aside from being a complete, cost-effective and cloud-based learning solution, SAP Learning Hub connects you to ALL the latest content across all SAP products and solutions – you get everything with one subscription.

If you are not sure that SAP Learning Hub is the right solution for you, SAP Education offers a FREE access to select courses via SAP Learning Hub, discovery edition. In the free edition, you can explore and assess the free content available to you. You will find entire courses in the free edition as well, so as to give you the experience of just how valuable becoming a full member of SAP Learning Hub can be. Get started– register for free access to SAP Learning Hub, discovery edition, and begin to experience the benefits for yourself. Click here to register

Thank you and wishing you great success on every SAP Mobile Platform project.

Best regards,


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      Author's profile photo Kashif Bashir
      Kashif Bashir

      Thanx Vivaldo. That's indeed the much needed information about SMP 3.0 courses and learnings.

      I have recently achieved the Open SAP Course on SMP 3.0 but was interested to do more and prefferably do the certification path. Indeed it would be helpful.


      Author's profile photo Vivaldo Ferreira
      Vivaldo Ferreira
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Kashif,

      You are very welcome. Let me know if you have any questions about the courses and value proposition of each. Having gone through the openSAP course, you have a good foundation and on the right path to move into the more technical and challenging courses. Best of luck to you on your SMP learning path.


      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hi Kashif,

      Can you give me link to Open SAP SMP 3.0 Course?


      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Where will be this course ? How can we join it.


      Author's profile photo Vivaldo Ferreira
      Vivaldo Ferreira
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Alsri,

      Thanks for your interest. You can review the SAP Education online catalog and schedule at You can search any of the course code above but gere is the direct link to TZMOB3:  TZMOB3 - SAP Mobile Platform 3.0 Application Development | SAP Training and Certification Shop

      Once you are in the webshop, select your country and then you can register for any of the training events listed on the right side of the page.

      If you do not see a class scheduled in your area, please use the links at the top of the page to request a class or contact an SAP Education specialist:


      Be sure to list the courses by course code.

      Hope this helps,


      Author's profile photo Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy Dommata
      Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy Dommata

      Hi Vivaldo,

      Thank you for the informative blog.

      I am into SAP (ABAP and CRM technical)  for the last 9 years, would like to get into SAP Mobile. can you please suggest me where and how to start SAP mobile.

      Thank you..


      Author's profile photo Vivaldo Ferreira
      Vivaldo Ferreira
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Vijay,

      If you are starting fresh in the mobility area at SAP in the role of Developer, I would recommend MOB01 to gain a broad understanding of all the mobility solutions, including the SAP Fiori and SAP Gateway for mobile, and then move on to SMP521. Even though SMP521 is currently on SMP 2.3, it gives you a very good baseline of development for mobile and especially SMP. From there, you can fill in the SMP 3.0 gap with TZMOB3.

      If you are also going to build OData service channels, then I would also recommend GW100 (build the service) and then SMP530 (consume the service using SMP).

      All the links to these courses are in the blog. Simply click on the course code link and register on teh webshop.

      Hope this helps!


      Author's profile photo Mike Reader
      Mike Reader

      Regarding App Builder, we are hearing (from our SAP rep) that App Builder (or Web App Toolkit depending on who you talk to) may or may not be available in future versions or available at all.

      Anyone else hearing this?


      Author's profile photo Krishna Kishor Kammaje
      Krishna Kishor Kammaje

      Yes, I read in a SAP documentation that App Builder might go away, but only when a more feature full replacement is released.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Yes, Just one day back when i was attending "What's new in SMP 3.0?" Online Webinar, Presenter told clearly that App Builder will not be there for developing Hybrid Apps. Something else will replace it. So its confirmed from SAP that App Building will be history to build SMP 3.0 Apps.


      Author's profile photo Racherla Vyomakesh Bharadwaj
      Racherla Vyomakesh Bharadwaj

      Hi Vivaldo,

      That's Informative about SMP 3.0.Thank you

      Am into SAP from last 4 Years in that I worked in SD & CS for 2.5 years then I moved into Sybase Unwired Platform (SUP 521) 2.0 .Can I learn SMP 3.0 directly or any preliminary foundation I have to take please suggest.Thank you