SAP Web IDE plug-ins

Create your own SAP Web IDE template – Getting started

With the SAP Web IDE SDK you can create your own feature in the SAP Web IDE. One of the most common and useful scenario for this are custom templates. Possible scenarios for creating your own template: Multiple apps with the same logo and/or background (Harmonized UI). Do this once in a template and benefit from it in each project that starts from that template Specific configuration that you need …

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Create your own SAP Web IDE template – Extending the template

This blog is the second part of the following blog series: Getting started https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-getting-started/ Extending the template https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-extending-the-template Configure the wizard https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-configure-the-wizard Share your template https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/18/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-share-your-template/ Extend the template The wizard in the previous step only generated a starting point. Now, we must add additional files that we would like to have in our template. The “Component.js” file was missing in the generated template, so let’s start with that. Create …

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Create your own SAP Web IDE template – Configure the wizard

This blog is the last part of the following blog series Getting started https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-getting-started/ Extending the template https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-extending-the-template Configure the wizard https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-configure-the-wizard Share your template https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/18/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-share-your-template/ Configure the wizard In the previous blog, we didn’t use the template step for configuring the names of the views. Now, I’m going to extend this step in the wizard to configure the name of the two views. I’m going to remove the view …

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Create your own SAP Web IDE template – Getting started

With the SAP Web IDE SDK you can create your own feature in the SAP Web IDE. One of the most common and useful scenario for this are custom templates. Possible scenarios for creating your own template: Multiple apps with the same logo and/or background (Harmonized UI). Do this once in a template and benefit from it in each project that starts from that template Specific configuration that you need …

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Create your own SAP Web IDE template – Extending the template

This blog is the second part of the following blog series: Getting started https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-getting-started/ Extending the template https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-extending-the-template Configure the wizard https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-configure-the-wizard Extend the template The wizard in the previous step only generated a starting point. Now, we must add additional files that we would like to have in our template. The “Component.js” file was missing in the generated template, so let’s start with that. Create “Component.js.tmpl” in the folder …

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Create your own SAP Web IDE template – Configure the wizard

This blog is the last part of the following blog series Getting started https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-getting-started/ Extending the template https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-extending-the-template Configure the wizard https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/07/create-your-own-sap-web-ide-template-configure-the-wizard Configure the wizard In the previous blog, we didn’t use the template step for configuring the names of the views. Now, I’m going to extend this step in the wizard to configure the name of the two views. I’m going to remove the view type and add a …

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Enhance your Web IDE Task Management Plugin – Trello + UI5

Happy #APIFriday! This week, we are continuing our work on our Trello – SAP Web IDE plugin by exploring some additional endpoints and adding more functionality. Here’s our schedule if you need to catch up on the last #APIFriday: Week 1: Build a Web IDE Plugin for Trello tasks Week 2: Enhance your plugin Week 3: Add tasks to Trello from your SAP tooling (coming soon!) Week 4: Add notifications …

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Manage your tasks without leaving Web IDE – Trello + UI5

Tired of switching back and forth between SAP Web IDE and your task manager, like Trello, Jira, and another tool? Well today’s #APIFriday is for you! We’ll take a look at how to build a SAP Web IDE plugin to show your To-Do Trello cards. The concepts we’ll cover today could be applied to building a right-side pane for Jira or another task manager tool. We’ll add some functionality each …

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How to use ES6 / ECMAScript 2015 features in SAP WebIDE

What has ES6 to do with Javascript? Javascript is a browser language and has been developed for round about 20 years now. Javascript had a rough start with all web developers out there – it’s a development language understood by all devices who are capable to browse the internet and yet many browsers implemented Javascript in different ways. This led to many problems for web developers since they had to write workarounds …

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Using translatable texts with Placeholders in XML views

Maybe you know the Walktrough Tutorial in SAPUI5 SDK – Demo Kit There is one tutorial step “Translatable Texts” that show you how to use the i18n files. SAPUI5 SDK – Demo Kit Walktrough Step 8 Translatable Texts And it shows also how you can use placeholders with the i18n files. BUT only in the controller, but what is if you want use it in your xml view? How does the source …

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