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Getting started with the Cloud Application Studio – New video series

In many smaller parts I will teach you how to build your first application and extend it step by step with more features. I will take you through a connected journey from the initial requirements to a full application.

I will keep updating this entry here and by time it should be a great source of information for all beginners. I will try to update it regularly and post regularly but I cannot yet promise you how fast I will be 🙂

A long time ago I posted many videos on how to develop with the Cloud Application Studio and I plan to create a whole new set for you which is up to date! Once I am finished this will also replace probably my old video collection.

Please note that I will focus on extending the SAP Sales Cloud and SAP Service Cloud in my examples.

Stay tuned for the first videos coming end of 2019 and more in Jan 2020 🙂

Getting started

These 5 videos show you how to create in less than 30 minutes a new application with a database, a user interface and some simple business logic.

  1. Introduction of the Use Case
  2. Creating a new solution and new business object
  3. Creating your business logic
  4. Generating the UI and minimal fine tuning
  5. Testing the application

Fine tuning the UIs

  1. Basic fine tuning of the generated UIs
  2. Adding an object value selector (OVS)
  3. Adding a delete button
  4. Adding an automatic refresh
  5. Creating an embedded component for showing data in a standard tab

Improving the Business Object

  1. Linking to standard content via associations and binding it on the UI
  2. Adding a node to your business object
  3. Adding an attachment folder and binding it on the UI

Improving the Business Logic

  1. Linking business objects via an association
  2. Debugging your solution
  3. Creating a query

Additional Features

  1. Creating a datasource for Analytics
  2. Summary of various other features

Adding Integration Features

  1. Providing a web service for your solution
  2. Consuming an external web service from your solution (SOAP)
  3. Consuming an external web service from your solution (REST)

Extending the Standard

  1. Adding custom code to a standard object

General Explanations

  • UI Designer – explained!
  • General Dev Enviroment – explained!
  • Repository Explorer – explained!
  • Implementation Manager and first deployment- explained!
  • Solution Templates – explained!
  • Official Help Documentation – highlighting!

Others

I hope enjoyed those expert sessions!

Cheers,
Jens

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