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Britt Womelsdorf

Next week, SAP will be at Google Cloud Next in San Francisco. It’s the event where Google Cloud engineers, customers and partners like SAP gather for inspiration and hands-on experiences. We’re excited to meet customers and share our new SAP Cloud Platform Android SDK! We recognized the need

Announcing the SAP Cloud Platform SDK for Android There’s no question that we live in a digital age. On average, every person on the planet has between 4 and 6 connected devices – and its

I start this blog with a confession to you, the loyal reader.  It’s been a long time since I’ve done any “real” programming.   While some of my colleagues might question whether I’ve ever done any

Release 1.30 of the Hybrid App Toolkit provides some important updates regarding how customers use the cloud build service to create hybrid web apps from SAP Fiori or SAPUI5 based content.  Let’s talk about those

Over the past 18 months, I’ve published numerous blogs about the mobile service for SAP Fiori and how it can help customers achieve the full potential of the  Fiori/SAPUI5 investment on mobile devices.  Aside from

One of the things we say internally at SAP is that mobile is the face of digital transformation. Indeed when I speak to customers, if they don’t have mobile in mind as they plan out

I was looking at the release notes for the Hybrid App Toolkit for 1702 (or 1.24 in their lexicon) recently, as I often do in my free time.  For those of you that don’t know,

I may be a bit biased since I’m one of the product managers working on SAP Fiori Cloud, but I think that the SAP Fiori Demo Cloud (https://www.sapfioritrial.com) is pretty cool.  We’ve probably all heard

One of the values propositions, indeed one of the “missions” of the mobile service for SAP Fiori is that it allows enterprises to create a customized, enterprise branded SAP Fiori client without requiring any on-premise

Back when I started developing software, life was easy.  I got my stack of 80 column keypunch cards together, walked over to the reader (praying I didn’t drop the stack), loaded them and off the