#ASUG Developer 2022 Webcasts not to be missed
Special thanks to the great Carine Tchoutouo Djomo for arranging these great webcasts for ASUG. The link to register is in the title of the webinar. Note you must be an ASUG member to register.
|January 25||Develop Modern Applications with the ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model (RAP)—Overview and Outlook||
The ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model (RAP) enables the efficient development of SAP Fiori apps and Web APIs on SAP BTP, ABAP Environment and SAP S/4HANA. Developers can either start from scratch or reuse existing business logic.
In this webcast, we will give you an overview of RAP and its latest major updates, as well as an outlook on the next planned steps. Additionally, we will provide an overview of the different ABAP programming models. The webcast will also include a demo on how to develop a transactional app with RAP and enhance it with analytical capabilities.
|Carine Tchoutouo Djomo, Product Manager for ABAP Platform, SAP|
|January 26||Learn About the ABAP Platform Strategy||This webcast will focus on the different extensibility options that customers and partners are looking for: side-by-side extensibility with SAP BTP, ABAP Environment; in-app extensibility; and on-stack extensibility with SAP S/4HANA Cloud ABAP Environment. We will also explain the road map toward a unified code line approach for all ABAP deployments.||Karl Kessler , Vice President – Head of ABAP Platform Product Management, SAP|
|January 27||Get an Overview and Future Road Map of SAP BTP, ABAP Environment||In this webcast, we will provide an overview of and the road map for cloud apps written in ABAP running on SAP BTP. We will focus on writing software as a service applications that scale based on the multitenancy features of the ABAP service.||Florian Wahl , Product Manager for ABAP Platform, SAP|
|February 15||Be Prepared for the ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model||
The ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model (RAP) enables the efficient development of SAP Fiori Apps and Web APIs on SAP BTP, ABAP Environment and SAP S/4HANA starting with edition 1909.
Which development options are available on the classical SAP Business Suite? Which SAP S/4HANA editions lower than 1909 allow you to build new applications? What should developers consider today on these application stacks?
In this webcast, we will give an overview of OData development options and recommendations for a smooth transition to RAP. (RAP)
|Andre Fischer, Product Manager for the SAP Business Technology ABAP Environment, SAP|
|February 22||Build Low-Maintenance SAP Fiori Apps Faster and Easier Than Ever||Using the template-based approach for SAP Fiori elements makes building SAP Fiori apps faster and easier than ever—especially if you can leverage the ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model for the backend implementation. In this lecture, we will show how you can benefit from using the same approach and tools we use to build apps for SAP S/4HANA.||Stefanie Hager, Chief Product Expert – SAP Fiori, SAP
Stefan Engelhardt, Development Architect, SAP
|March 1||ABAP Development in Eclipse—Tips and Tricks Session, Part 1||
As you may know, Eclipse is the IDE of choice for all ABAP developers on SAP S/4HANA and SAP BTP/ABAP environments.
In this webcast, we will give you useful hints that may ease the move from ABAP Workbench (SE80) to ABAP Development Tools in Eclipse. We will also include some tips and tricks for more experienced users.
This is part one of a two-part webcast.
|Thomas Fiedler, Product Owner of the new ABAP Development Tools, SAP
Uenal Akkaya, Software Developer, SAP
|March 8||ABAP Development in Eclipse—Tips and Tricks Session, Part 2||
This is part two of a two-part webcast.
As you may know, Eclipse is the IDE of choice for all ABAP developers on SAP S/4HANA and SAP BTP, ABAP Environment.
In this webcast, we will give you some useful hints that may ease the move from ABAP Workbench (SE80) to ABAP Development Tools (ADT) in Eclipse. We will also include some tips and tricks for more experienced users.
|Thomas Fiedler, Product Owner of the new ABAP Development, SAP
Uenal Akkaya, Software Developer, SAP
|March 10||SAP GUI and SAP Business Client Today and Tomorrow||We will talk about SAP GUI and SAP Business Client recent innovations and future planning. Additionally, we will show you how to integrate and migrate your current SAP GUI–based end-user environment to a workplace based on SAP S/4HANA and Fiori.||
Sandra Thimme, Product Manager
Ralph Resech, Product Manager, SAP
|March 15||Troubleshoot Your SAP Fiori Apps Built with ABAP Development Tools in Eclipse||
The ABAP platform offers powerful programming frameworks, like the ABAP RESTful Application Programming Model (RAP), that make a developer’s life much easier when creating SAP Fiori applications and Web APIs on SAP HANA. But what happens when the application is not doing exactly what you are expecting, or when you just want to understand the ABAP logic behind an SAP Fiori app?
In this webcast, you will learn about the rich features of the ABAP troubleshooting tools in Eclipse, like the new ABAP cross trace, the ABAP debugger, and the CDS tools.
|Ingo Braeuninger, Product Expert, SAP
Carine Tchoutouo Djomo, Product Manager for ABAP Platform, SAP
Armin Bell, Development Expert, SAP
|March 23||Automating Clean ABAP||Clean ABAP helps with writing readable, testable, and maintainable code. While a lot of it requires human know-how and team interaction, some aspects of it can be automated. In this session, we recapitulate the main ideas of Clean ABAP and show you how tools can help with finding anti-patterns and refactoring them.||Klaus Haeuptle, Product Owner for Engineering Topics, SAP
Florian Hoffmann, Software Architect, SAP
Thomas Fiedler, Chief Product Expert, SAP
|March 29||gCTS and How It Enables DevOps for ABAP||The Git-enabled CTS allows use of Git repositories as the main source for ABAP coding and customizing. You can decide to push your development to Git and to pull it into other ABAP systems. With this, you can also use mechanisms known from the DevOps world for ABAP. In this session, you can get a first impression of how this works and how you can add it to your ABAP development processes.||Karin Spiegel, Product Manager in Cloud and Lifecycle Management, SAP|
|April 5||Streamline Transformation with Custom Code Migration Tools in Rise with SAP||One of the first steps in your digital transformation journey is understanding how much custom code you need to take into SAP S/4HANA or move to the cloud. Technical migration of RISE with SAP comprises technical tools and services for smooth transformations, also including the Custom Code Migration app. Learn how the Custom Code Migration app helps you assess your custom code impact and reinforce Clean Core principles during SAP S/4HANA conversions and migrations to SAP BTP, ABAP environment.||Olga Dolinskaja, Product Manager, SAP|
|April 12||ABAP Test Cockpit (ATC) in the Cloud—What Is Already Possible?||
The ABAP Test Cockpit (ATC) is already available in the cloud and can be used for custom code migration projects to SAP S/4HANA or SAP Business Technology Platform (BTP). ATC can also be used for classic custom code analysis projects, including SAP Code Vulnerability Analyzer (CVA) checks.
In this webcast, you will learn how you can use ATC in the cloud within SAP BTP, ABAP Environment.
|Olga Dolinskaja, Product Manager, SAP|
I hope you will join ASUG in attending these great webcasts. Special thanks to SAP, Carine for arranging this, and Annabelle and Allison at ASUG for setting these up. Also thanks to Jelena Perfiljeva for her great feedback.