The SAP Fiori Overview Page has been added to the UX Explorer!
The UX Explorer is an online tool that is aimed to provide transparency in the area of user interfaces (UI) and user experience (UX) everybody is looking for. It provides information that allows you to clearly understand the availability and capabilities of UX innovations, UI technologies and services. It also indicates the values of these specific items and how they could be adopted in customer environments. To learn more on the UX Explorer watch this video by Juergen Jakowski as well as visit the UX Explorer homepage.
Recently the SAP Fiori Overview Page was added to the UX Explorer. In order to access the SAP Fiori Overview Page on UX Explorer you can click this link or go to the UX Explorer homepage and type “overview” in the UX Explorer search box and select the “SAP Fiori Overview Page” option.
On this page you will learn what SAP Fiori Overview Page is, its features, screenshots, answers to your questions, roadmap and more.
For more information, please visit SAP Fiori Overview Page.
Hi Raz --
I see here https://sapui5.netweaver.ondemand.com/#docs/guide/c4bd35e657df4285bb6d4b2a6c51a5af.html there is a card type: Quick View Card, but can't seem to see any examples of it anywhere. I see in the Stacked Cards, possibly there are are quick view card types inside the stack? In the WEB IDE plugin, there also does not appear to be a quick view card type?
Quickview cards are only available within a Stack card. They are teh default card type of the Stack card. you can read more about this in Stack Cards - User Interface Add-On for SAP NetWeaver - SAP Library.
Hi Raz -- thanks for the clarification! So if I want a card that just has some really basic information on it, could I just do another card type and use the header, but not the body?
i.e. "Customer Overview Page" -- display the customer's address?
I believe that is not possible. Look here: Card Header - User Interface Add-On for SAP NetWeaver - SAP Library. A card header has static information.
My suggestion is that you define the purpose of the OVP, the cards that you want to use - type, data to be presented, etc.
Without enough infomration on what you're trying to achieve, it looks like the Stack card with Quick view is the right way with the OVP's supported capabilities.