What’s new in SAP AppGyver?
Curious to know more about the latest features introduced in SAP AppGyver?
This blog post covers them in a summarized manner, read along and add value to your AppGyver projects with these exciting features.
I have been working on Appgyver since the day it got acquired by SAP and I must admit that this tool becomes powerful to a greater extent with every release. Many features are on the future release pipeline and we all are excited about it, check out the product roadmap to know more.
Let’s explore the latest development in AppGyver together –
Feature 1: Collaboration capability
Starting with the most awaited feature – Project sharing between teams!
Yes, we can finally now collaborate on a single AppGyver project and this is how it can be done –
Launch the SAP AppGyver App from BTP and land in the LCNC lobby. Click on “…” for the project you want to collaborate on or share.
You can manage the access as well with the help of these options while sharing. Every option will give different rights to the users and this makes sharing and collaboration super easy.
Feature 2: Release Management
Another exciting feature I noticed recently is version control in the Appgyver project – we can use release management to create different releases like development, testing, and production. The advantage of using releases is known to all such as separate branches used for production and also easy rollback with tracking.
Open the launch tab of the app in Composer Pro editor
Open the “release” section and click on “opt-in release management”
Once the release management is opted-in, you would be able to see different releases like development, testing, and production with the versions available for each.
Now, let’s build another version of the app and see how we can pick up a specific release to build.
Once the build is done, check the release management tab. You can see the release in production mode or you can also promote the release from testing to production. And can also create new releases as per the requirement.
Since we are talking about the latest features and changes in AppGyver, here is the new look and feel of the marketplace which is introduced in the latest release. Read this documentation to know more.
This brings us to the end of my blog post and before I conclude, I also want to mention about BTP Authentication and Integration feature which came out a few months back and is a very important step up for all SAP integration. Check out the documentation to know more.
Hopefully, this blog provided a good overview of the latest developments in the SAP AppGyver project, all these features are enabling us to do more innovative things.
I would love to hear your thoughts and suggestion in the comments section. Happy exploring to all!