Let me recap some key highlights from this year mobile TechEd Sessions. The big news of course where around the SAP and Apple partnership. We also announced our new product “SAP Content to Go”. And lots of deep dive sessions where we went into the details on how to build mobile apps.

Since we released SAP HANA Cloud Platform, mobile service for development and operations 1611 we had a lot of new stuff to show and talk about.

SAP and Apple partnership
The session MOB101: SAP and Apple: Revolutionize the Mobile Work Experience gives an introduction to our new SDK.


If you want to have more details on this topic we also released an Open SAP course. SAP Fiori for iOS – An Introduction. In week 3 I give an overview of the new SDK. Stay tuned here on SCN for more details to come in the next weeks.

SAP Content to Go
Sanjeet Mall showed in his session MOB204: Supercharge the Power of Mobile Users to Consume Data from SAP S/4HANA how to enable your users to move corporate data out of SAP S/4HANA or other systems with a few clicks. We showed how to bring data from your corporate back-end software to the new “SAP Content to Go” mobile app. With SAP Content to Go, your users can consume corporate data delivered from SAP software quickly and easily.

Deep dive sessions
For those of you who visited my Lecture MOB 205  on the event or watched it online, you will be interested in our deep dive offline session MOB302: Data to Go: Demystifying Offline for Mobile Apps. In the session MOB205: Putting the Enterprise in Your Mobile App   Claudia Pacheco showed how easy it is to get started with mobility. Matthias De la Roche presented in this session MOB202: Agile Meets Mobile: Go from Prototype to SAP Fiori App in 15 Minutes how easy prototyping a mobile app can be with our SAP Hana Cloud Platform.We’ll come to you with more openSAP courses and tutorials at http://www.sap.com/developer/tutorial-navigator.html throughout 2017! Follow me on SCN where I will announce any new course.

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