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Author's profile photo Twan van den Broek

Search for a new UI5 Top 5 – 2018

Remember last years SAPUI5 Top 5? Well, here’s the announcement for a new SAP Community Competition – The UI5 Top5 edition 2018.

UI5 Top 5 – 2018

It is that time of the year to create Top lists and we will do that again with the #UI5Top5.

Show us your best UI5 app, built with SAPUI5 or OpenUI5. Apps can be business related or free format like games or personal use. With a jury of experts we will validate all submissions and the final judgement will be based on a combination of the jury results and the SAP community. As the number of likes on your blog will be taken into account as well. So go hunt for some likes 😉

Rules of the game

  • Working UI5 applications only
  • Create a blog here at blogs.sap.com describing and showing your app
  • Share app details on this form

Validation criteria

  • Creativity
  • User Experience
  • Technical challenges

Important dates

  • Enter BEFORE Feb 28, 2018
  • Announcement UI5 Top 5 at SAP Inside Track Frankfurt, March 10.

UPDATE Feb 27

 

We look forward to your submissions and wish you all Happy Holidays and a healthy 2018!

Margot Wollny, Former Member, Jan PenninkhofTwan van den Broek

 

 

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      Author's profile photo Karan Bahl
      Karan Bahl

      Hi Twan,

       

      We are a team of 3 People. Can we take part as a team? Please confirm.

       

      Regards,

      Karan

      Author's profile photo Twan van den Broek
      Twan van den Broek
      Blog Post Author

      Sure you can, look forward to your entry!

       

      Author's profile photo Bernard Le Tourneur
      Bernard Le Tourneur

      Hi Twan

      Are there any prizes associated with this?

      Thanks,

      Bernard

      Author's profile photo Twan van den Broek
      Twan van den Broek
      Blog Post Author

      Well of course - community honor 🙂

      At SAP Inside Track Frankfurt (#sitFRA) we will also hand out small gifts, that will be shipped to the winners who can't make it to Frankfurt.

       

      Author's profile photo Robert Ericsson
      Robert Ericsson

      Is it OK to use applications that are not publicly accessible? We have built some interesting apps but they are all behind firewalls.

      Thanks.

      Rob

       

      Author's profile photo Twan van den Broek
      Twan van den Broek
      Blog Post Author

      Sure, send in screenshots or a recording so that the jury can have a look.