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Author's profile photo Jose Ignacio Andres de Roa

Weather App – SAP AppGyver

Hello everyone

Increasingly, customers are demanding low-code/no-code tools to accelerate digitization and business change. For that reason, SAP makes available SAP Business Application Studio as a low code tool and SAP AppGyver as a no code tool.

Reading about SAP AppGyver I found this blog challenge ‘No-Code Challenge: 0% Code, 100% App (and hoodies!)’ and I was encouraged to develop a simple application with SAP AppGyver to see how easy or difficult it could be for me to develop it

My App:

The application is a simple weather application that let the user know the tipical information about the weather in selected cities. It was the first contact with the tool so I understood that it would be better to make a simple application using local store, REST services integration, custom componets…

It has four views:

1. Main view that shows the information of a city and allow to navigate to all the cities that the user has selected

       2. List of cities that the user has selected. In this view, the user can order the cities

       3. A view to add a new city that is integrated with openstreetmap (only display in mobile)

       4. About information: Static content with the reason of the development of the application



The application is accesible by clicking in Weather App


My Experience:

From a general point of view, SAP App Gyver is a very powerful development tool since it allows you to create applications for the web as well as for IOS or Android and in a very simple way you can integrate different sources of data

Or indicate the business logic of the application


But I expected the tool to be much easier to use. Sometimes it can be exasperating trying to do something like ordering a list of objects and not knowing where to touch or how you can do it in the most efficient way. I think that the documentation could be better


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      Author's profile photo Daniel Wroblewski
      Daniel Wroblewski

      Make sure to label the blog #SAPLowCodeNoCodeChallenge (with #) and also add a comment in the original contest blog pointing to your blog 

      Thanks for the submission 😀

      Author's profile photo Daniel Wroblewski
      Daniel Wroblewski

      Also, the app link does not work for me. I get this:

      I think you need to click

      Author's profile photo Jose Ignacio Andres de Roa
      Jose Ignacio Andres de Roa
      Blog Post Author

      Fixed. Thanks!

      Author's profile photo Juan Jose Madrid Amezcua
      Juan Jose Madrid Amezcua

      Awesome Jose Ignacio Andres de Roa, this might be very handy!