SAP Commissions – Build your own App with SAP AppGyver
This article describes how you can build your own mobile Application(app) for all Android&iOS devices using SAP Appgyver.. AppGyver is a no-code platform that allows users to easily build good-looking and professional applications without having to write a single line of code
Its time now to build your own Mobile App without writing any code
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- SAP BTP Cockpit in Global Account or platform.appgyver.com
- SAP Appgyver ( No code – low code tool for mobile app development)
- SAP Commissions ( Leader in market for SPM)
- Commissions Rest API Endpoint Authorization
Go to BTP Cockpit – Global Account (Available in EU10 region) or platform.appgyver.com
Click to Create a new Appgyver Project
Create a New Project name for your design
Once you created, select the Device and Go to Data to set your datasource to pull.
Follow the steps in sequence to Integrate with SAP Commissions RestAPI to pull the data
Resource URL should be endpoint of your API and HTTP Header should have Basic Auth details
Follow the steps in sequence to SET the SCHEMA Response from the result .. In my example:/Payments Rest API will be result showing in screen
Drag & Drop the required widgets in to the screen and arrange/align to a container to look good (shown in the right bottom screen). Update the labels as shown in Page Name for every fields
Select each widget tree for Styling according to your branding.
Once your app is developed, tested and you can deploy the app to Web Apps, Mobile Apps, Mac App, Android TV App
Note : CORS error
Access to fetch at ‘https://a***.callidusondemand.com/api/v2' from origin ‘http://localhost:8080' has been blocked by CORS policy: No ‘Access-Control-Allow-Origin’ header is present on the requested resource. If an opaque response serves your needs, set the request’s mode to ‘no-cors’ to fetch the resource with CORS disabled.
So… What is CORS?
CORS stands for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing and this is the definition according to MDN:
What this means in plain english is that CORS is a safety mechanism that requires browsers to deny access to a server other than the original server of the request.
CORS Understanding flow
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