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sapui5 development and application best practices

We are in the initial phase of development for sapui5 applications. I need some standard documents so that ui5 development and application best practices can be set for designer as well as developer team.

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 08:40 PM

    my suggestion will be finding a experienced guy to help ur guys get started.

    do u think newbie can fly just with "best" document.......

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 08:49 PM

    i second Jun's comment - you need to check with SAP or a certified partner....

    you could see best preactices docs all you want but unless you talk to an experienced professional you will be hitting roadblocks.. there is so much to know/learn and that comes with experience.

    for free courses, check out open.sap.com and also hana academy on you tube... afterthat then check out the sapui5 sdk and also the openui5 sdk ... all free material to start your journey

    hcp offers cloud hosting as well as AWS -- good luck and welcome to the world of sapui5

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 05:18 AM

    Thanks Jun Wu and Sergio Guerrero for quick response.
    We are working on UI5 for some days on hcp trial version taking help from scn and ui5 website but now we will be moving to licensed version and use it for production usage. So I wanted to take help from the experienced persons on scn who are using UI5 and must have set some standards for their organisation from their practical knowledge.

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 08:37 AM

    I think the point here is, you cant efford many many consultants (and consulting hours) to just get a standard website (or better webapp) to get to work. Yes, this isn't efficient at all.

    What you need, in my opinion, are experienced web-devs. Like you need expertise for every project. If you have your staff recruited or hired, the best thing I may recommend you, is to do the tutorial. Every member for its own in the first place. You can find it here:

    SAPUI5 SDK - Demo Kit

    After that, do assignments like on the openSAP homepage. It helped a lot and is just like an SAP-Training for free, but only without the individual help until the problem is fixed. But you are not helpless in these courses, you may ask your question in the discussion threads.

    After that, try out a prebuild-structure-theme like the Master-Detail-App. Sorry, I have currently no link, but I'm very sure you will meet one during your researches 😉

    After that try out yourselves: Implement things and learn this stuff. The learning curve for this framework is steep (as out of the position of a native webdev), because the fundamental things are not standard-dev-like (structuring views in XML, almost no usage of jquery, different data types, etc). But you will master it, if you love creating a better and modern web world.

    Happy coding!

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 11:50 AM

    Hi,

    check out opensap course on SAPUI5

    Developing Web Apps with SAPUI5 - | openSAP

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