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Design Studio has evolved significantly since it’s initial release and continues to improve.  As a product with great potential, I thought it would be interesting to start a blog series focusing on innovation opportunities with Design Studio, covering topics such as the transition from Dashboards (Xcelsius) to Design Studio, cases for new features and commentary on roadmap updates.  The intention is to provide thought provoking perspectives of interest for promoting discussion and engaging the community in feedback.


I will post links to each new blog below as a central index.  I hope you enjoy the reading.





Topic 1 – Making a Case for a Larger SDK Result Set

Topic 2 – Takeaways from DSLayer Podcast “Into 2015 – Is Design Studio the Dashboard Slayer?”

Topic 3 – Making a Case for Script API Calls from an SDK Component Additional Properties Sheet

Topic 4 – Anatomy of an SDK Scorecard Component – A Design Dilemma

Topic 5 – A Best of Both Worlds – Implementing a Dynamic Hierarchy Filter by combining Standard and SDK Community Components

Topic 6 – Geo Maps Part I – Feature Review

Topic 7 – Geo Maps Part II – Zoom, Zoom, Zoom!

Topic 8 – Introducing the new M Mode for rendering Fiori-style apps in Design Studio 1.6

Topic 9 – A Wish List for Bookmarks

Topic 10 – SP03 at Glance

Topic 11 – Implementing Double-click Functionality





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  1. Former Member

    Hi Mustafa,

    Nice blog!!

    Could you please include the integartion topic between Design Studio application and dotnetnuke environment using iframe.


    1. Mustafa Bensan Post author

      Hi Krishna,

      I am not familiar with dotnetnuke development.  I suggest you post a new discussion question explaining the details of what you want to achieve so the community can try to assist accordingly.



  2. Thomas Knobloch

    Hi Mustafa,

    maybe stupid question, but after configuring everything is it possible to generate a executable UI5 App out of it?

    Thanks and regards, Thomas

    1. Mustafa Bensan Post author

      Hi Thomas,

      Which of the above blogs is your question directed at?  What do you mean by “after configuring everything”?





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