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Wouter Lemaire

In the SAP Cloud Platform you have the ability to create applications that exist out of multiple development languages. You can have for example that contains code that needs to run on HANA, some Java

Last Saturday it was time again for SAP Inside Track in Belgium. It was the 5th SIT in Belgium but the first time hosted by an SAP Partner, Emeritis. Previous years, the event was always

UI5Lab is a community driven project to establish a repository for UI5 Custom Control Libraries. It is meant to gather forces throughout the community and enable everyone to use UI5 Custom Controls easily. More information

Story I’m using the SAP Web IDE for a while now. Although every customer has his own SAP Web IDE account, the projects in my personal trial account kept growing. I’m using my trial Web

In my previous blog I explained how you can create your own SAPUI5 Library that you can share with UI5Lab: https://blogs.sap.com/2018/03/02/create-your-own-ui5-library-for-ui5lab/ I’ve created this blog for developers that don’t use the SAP WebIDE. UI5lab is

You created a UI5 control and wrapped it into a UI5 Library in the previous blog: https://blogs.sap.com/2018/03/02/create-your-own-ui5-library-for-ui5lab/ . After that you’re ready to share it with the UI5 Community thanks to UI5Lab. In this blog I’ll show

UI5Lab is a community driven project to establish a repository for UI5 Custom Control Libraries. It is meant to gather forces throughout the community and enable everyone to use UI5 Custom Controls easily. More information

Okay, the title is not completely true. You can’t configure the Build process itself (not yet 🙂 )but you can change its behavior. What annoys me about this Build process (Grunt), it’s being executed every

In the end of 2017, SAP announced the end of maintenance for the Hybrid App Toolkit add-on, also named HAT. Instead of the HAT toolkit, SAP introduced the Cloud build feature which is part of