You know how to develop, but you have never used Design Studio before
To get started with Design Studio you should have it installed on your computer and have followed the installations guide adequately on our page overview.
The first basic step to familiarize yourself with Design Studio is to follow this Hello World! example – In this SAP Design Studio webinar replay, you are introduced to the process of developing custom components for SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio. The presentation includes a demonstration that will walk you through using the Design Studio SDK – SAP Design Studio – Hello World – YouTube
In this SAP Design Studio webinar replay, you are introduced to the process of developing custom components for SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio. The presentation includes a demonstration that will walk you through using the Design Studio SDK to create customer extensions which any designer can then use within the application – SAP Design Studio – An Introduction to Creating Components with the Design Studio SDK – YouTube
There are many Design Studio SDK articles on this site and this tutorial series does not break new ground in that respect. What it does do, is try to bring a comprehensive, systematic approach to learning how to use the SDK. Your First Extension: A tutorial for building Design Studio extensions
Learn how to build a horizon chart extension from start to finish with the Horizon Chart extension for Design Studio – Part 1
You are a Design Studio wizard with usage and development experience
On the following blog we will be building a map-based visualization from scratch based on OpenStreetMap.org maps, that works especially well on low-scale or street level maps. We could have just had a series of bar charts with a text label, but that will not convey how for example buildings relate to each other. OpenStreetMap is an open source map of the world that individual contributors put together based on their local knowledge as well as satellite imagery. Much of the world is very well covered (especially Europe, it appears), going as detailed as individual buildings and even smaller elements. Let’s get started here: Preparing custom GeoJSON / topoJSON maps for use in Lumira and Design Studio
If a simple map-based visualization won’t cut it for you, and you are looking for more detail and precision, this is a blog you would want to read. You will need to work with GeoJSON to achieve this level of detail. There are quite a few articles on SCN related to GeoJSON/topojson, and you can find many of them here on this blog. Street-level maps with openstreetmaps.org for Lumira, Design Studio and SAPUI5
This advanced series of innovations have been put together to provide a thought provoking perspective of interest for Design Studio. It covers topics such as the transition from Dashboards (Xcelsius) to Design Studio, and provides cases of new features and commentary on road map updates. Follow the topics below and become a Design Studio expert.
Investigate the result set limit for SDK components in this context, discuss the implications of this limit and cases where it would be beneficial to have a larger result set than currently supported.
Summaries from senior DS developer’s understanding of the main points and compliment innovation of DS with related commentary and relevant references for the purposes of further discussion. The conversation revolved around where user are today with Design Studio and the transition from previous SAP product.
The use cases for accessing script APIs from the Additional Properties Sheet. The main advantage is to improve the application designer experience by allowing full configuration of an SDK component at design-time.
How to create a scorecard extension with a spark line chart which a fixed specified set of dimension members