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Blogs by

David Stocker

A common question that customers ask is whether or not their extensions will still work when they migrate from Design Studio 1.x to Lumira 2.x.  This is a fair question and our answer is usually

Last week, we released SAP Lumira 2.1. It included some long wished-for features, such as support for scheduling. There was another Designer feature, that you might have overlooked, which could potentially change how you build

In Lumira 2.0 Designer, the old ways of creating bookmarks have been depreciated. If you upgrade a 1.x application to 2.x, your existing 1.6 style bookmarks will still be there. 1.x bookmarks and scripts that

We’ve taken a high-level tour of Composite interfaces, implemented an interface property and an interface function. Now we’ll look at interface events. Suppose we wanted to enhance our example composite so that an event in

We’ve taken a high level tour of composite interfaces and implemented an interface property. Now we’ll look at interface functions. Remember that composites and the apps hosting them don’t share a common scope. Interface functions

Last time, we took a high level tour of Composite interfaces. Now we’ll look at interface properties. Remember that composites and the apps hosting them don’t share a common scope. Interface properties are properties that

We’ve looked at composites from a very high level and then we built a very simple composite.  Now we’ll have a look at interfaces.  What are interfaces?  Very simply put, they are methods, events and

Last time, we took a high-level view of composites in Lumira 2.0 Designer.  Now we’ll construct a basic, reusable composite.  It will be a chart, which brings its data connection along for the ride.  Perhaps

If you create a story in SAP Lumira 2.0 Discovery, then open that same document in SAP Lumira 2.0 Designer and create a new application, you may notice something.  The story that you created in

A few times now, partners have asked me why their custom components seem to execute the init event at unexpected times. The answer is actually very simple. While you might expect the event to run