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Impact of Fiori on Cloud Application Studio SDK

Hi Everyone,

SAP had recently announced their strategic move towards SAP Fiori User Interface/User Experience for all their applications including SaaS offerings - Business ByDesign and Cloud for Customer (C4C). This is great news as the user experience is this new UI is excellent! It is simple, easy-to-use, responsive and will have bigger impact in terms of user-adoption of SAP solutions.

As of May'2015, SAP released Fiori simple/responsive UI for Cloud for Customer(C4C). It seems like ByD has also started it's journey in the same direction - at least for it's CRM functionality within ByD. You may refer to your own tenant's URL ending with HTML5/newclient.html:

C4C: https://myxxxxxx.crm.ondemand.com/sap/public/ap/ui/repository/SAP_BYD_UI/HTML5/newclient.html

ByD: https://myzzzzzz.sapbydesign.com/sap/public/ap/ui/repository/SAP_BYD_UI/HTML5/newclient.html

Note: C4C Fiori UI is functional but ByD is not - development may be in-progress?

My question is how does Fiori UI impact the custom application development process - especially related to using or not using the Cloud Application Studio (SDK)? For instance, if we want to add a new custom UI views/elements for a customer-specific requirement, how will this be realized with Fiori UI?

Will we use another SDK instead of Cloud Application Studio?

Will it be HANA Cloud Platform (HCP) WebIDE development?

Will it combination of Studio SDK with HCP WebIDE?

Is it something else?

Perhaps, we can also hear from folks at SAP.


Thanks.

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    Jun 12, 2015 at 03:50 PM

    Please refer the discussion on below link. It should be helpful for you to understand that you can continue using Cloud Application Studio. You can find SAP people saying the same.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Mithun.

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