Part 6: Basic fine tuning of the generated UIs
You will learn how to do some basic adjustments to the generated UI in order to look even nicer. We will adjust the different screens of our Seminar Management solution.
In the previous video blog I explained how to test your first solution.
Here you can find all videos of the new SAP Cloud Application Studio video series.
Watch the next part: Linking Business Objects via an “Association”.
Hi Jens Limbach,
Lovely set of videos!
Just to know, are all these included in any web such as de enable CX website? Would your blog be the closest to a website like the Enable CX but for C4C technical people?
I do those videos more or less aside from my normal job when I find the time. I guess for beginners they are the best source to get an idea about the C4C SDK. It would for sure be a good idea to also place them in the enable CX portal.
Thanks for your answer Jens Limbach, I love the Enablement Portal, however it is still very "functional" although it has some technical stuff. I would love the see some "C4C SDK" although I have expertise on it. Not only basic stufff for begginers but also some nice advanced content. Hope you can get into that soon as your material is pretty clear and well explained! All the best!
Hey Alejandro Kinsbrunner ,
I am already in contact with the colleagues. They have some strict guidelines but probably after little adjustments, they might be able to put it also on line in the enablement portal. I keep you updated!
Thank you for your blogs. It is helping me a lot in learning.
Few things observed while doing this exercise in 2002 release version,
Let me know if there is some misunderstanding.
it is planned to get the "new quick view" screen also with 2005. Once this is released I plan to do a video on it. For now you can either have the old Quick View or no quick view.
And yes its correct that TI must have one tab.