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Author's profile photo Pete Lagana

UI5 Projects

I am really excited about UI5, or I should say OpenUI5… I’ve done a podcast on this in the past, talking about the virtues, but the more we work with it, the more promise is revealed.  With OpenUI5 – SAP is really taking major steps to put proprietary UIs of the past in the rear view mirror – things like WebDynpro, NWBC, BSP, and BusHTML.  For those of us who have spent many an hour on JQuery, JS, and frameworks like Bootstrap, we understand the power of openness… We recently held an internal tech talk around UI5 and you would think the topic was really nuts and bolts… but we really found ourselves talking about the best way to actually do a UI5 project… With so much to sort through, we decided to do a VLOG to cover the most important points… More to come as we sort through Business Case, User Experience, Tech Options (even covering off if screen scrapers  or code generators make sense), Support, and Strategy…

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      Author's profile photo Scott Schuetz
      Scott Schuetz

      Thanks for sharing Pete.  It is encouraging to see non-SAP customers are also interested in SAPUI5 applications - that speaks volumes to the capability of the tools and platform SAP is unleashing on the mobile world.

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      Former Member

      Thanks Pete for the post. Very useful information on openui5. Your partnership with SAP will definitely help customers in improving user experience.


      Ramana Morumpalle.