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Web Developers – Gear Up Weapons

In my perspective developing an application on web is similar to entering a war zone. As a soldier, he/she requires right weapons and tactics to survive in the war zone similarly a web developer also requires the right web development tools and knowledge to survive in the browser war zone. …

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‘Add to Home screen’ bubble for SAPUI5 mobile apps

Every iOS user should know he can add every mobile optimized website from Safari to the Home screen : the website can be launched from the homescreen like all other native apps without opening Safari. Moreover we can specify  an icon for the web application used to represent it when …

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Client-side Session Management

HTML5. It’s a mercy! 1. Requirements 2. Distinction 3. The Coding 3.1 main.js 3.2 person.js 3.3 sessionmanager.js 4. The App HTML5. It’s a mercy! JavaScript developers can use the new Session and Local Storage API to save data in certain scopes. As a result, it’s possible to create a real …

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Developing a simple List based SAPUI5 Application

I have been for long thinking of writing my first SAPUI5 Application.  I thought I will share my experience especially for beginners like me. I still remember my first simple Sales Order Display screen which I developed using Abstract Portal Component (APC) back in 2005. Since then, I have been …

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Running SAP UI5 (version 1.12.1) on Apache HTTPD over Windows 7

In this blog I would be sharing the steps I followed to install SAPUI5 on my Windows 7 machine Installing and Running Apache HTTP Server 2.2.25 Got to Apache HTTPD Download Page http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi Download & Run the Win32 Binary including OpenSSL 0.9.8y (MSI Installer): (httpd-2.2.25-win32-x86-openssl-0.9.8y.msi) by clicking on the link …

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SAPUI5 Mobile Development Tips – Chrome Tools

Introduction: I believe most of the web developers today are also focusing towards mobile application development since mobile has turned out to be the widely used device across the world by users. As we know, most of the developers widely use chrome developer’s tools for debugging as it’s one of …

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Secret Behind JSONP

Understanding Your Browser :      As we might be aware that Browser Security Model is considered as the weakest component for the current generation of AJAX and majorly considered as blockage for innovation.      An attacker from anywhere in the world can insert a script on to your webpage and …

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SAP UI5 – A Photoshop template of GUI elements

For me (and I am sure many others!), UI5 has become a really useful toolkit for easily developing web apps and POC’s with little effort around the SAP Ecosystem. The OData support, rich controls and business inspired examples lend itself well to the mantra of “Don’t reinvent the wheel”. At …

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SAPUI5 MVC Pattern and Eclipse Outline View

Hi All, I didn’t notice at first, but a few weeks ago, when I opened the Outline view when editing the view and controller files (created by the SAPUI5 plugin using the MVC Pattern), I found out that it was empty. As the code grows and get more complex it …

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Solving ‘Same Origin Policy’ Issue in different ways

Same Origin Policy. Is that really necessary? 1. Use JSONP to make cross-domain Ajax requests 2. Establish a Reverse Proxy with Apache HTTP Server 2.1 The theory 2.2 The practice 2.2.1 Download Apache HTTP Server 2.2.2 The Setup 2.2.3 Start the Server 2.2.4 Test 2.2.5 Activating Modules for Reverse Proxy …

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Simple SAPUI5 Chrome icon for lazy developers like me

I created a Chrome “hosted app” manifest to get a large start page icon with which I could navigate directly to this excellent content resource. Now I can get to my favourite area on SCN in even less time! 🙂 See the project on Github: https://github.com/qmacro/sapui5-chrome-icon Share and enjoy!

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How to Deploy and Run SAPUI5 application on ABAP Server

Introduction – In my earlier blog, we saw how to create SAPUI5 application consuming OData service. In this technical article, we will see how we can deploy and run SAPUI5 application on SAP ABAP server. Prerequisite – To run application on ABAP server, we need to have ABAP Development tools …

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Useful jQuery Functions for SAPUI5 Development

jQuery: write less, do more. Simple cross-domain Ajax request Iterate over a JSON structure Create a new jQuery function Create a new jQuery instance method Simple data storage with jQuery jQuery: write less, do more. jQuery is an amazing framework and part of SAPUI5. I want to show you some …

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SAP Netweaver Gateway CRUD Operation using SAPUI 5

Based on document Sample UME Application using SAPUI5 and SAP Gateway – Part II I like to Update code for the sapui5 1.8.4 For Update once model is set with service url …….        var oModel = new sap.ui.model.odata.ODataModel                                                    (“http://gwserver.com:8000/sap/opu/odata/sap/Z_UI5_USER_MAINT_CM/“);                    sap.ui.getCore().setModel(oModel);  use oModel update method .update(sPath,oContext,oData,fnSuccess,fnError,bMerge); where * …

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Essential Tools for Developers

Every developer no matter what their speciality has their favourite tools that allow them to work better, work faster or simply just because they like it. I have the pleasure of saying that I am no different. I thought it would be nice to jot down some of the tools …

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Architecting an SAP Fiori deployment

There’s been a great buzz this week following the SAP Fiori announcement. Do check out this site to find out what it’s all about if you haven’t seen it yet but in a nutshell Fiori is a collection of consumer-grade productivity apps for common enterprise scenarios that work seamlessly across …

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Is this cool or what???

Wow! SAP has today released the next (compatible, of course) version of SAPUI5, our HTML5 controls library, that SAP is using as the standard User Interface Control library in all their future applications that need a “consumer grade” User Experience, whether it is on desktop, tablet or smartphone! It’s the …

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Spring Webflow for SAPUI5 view navigation and state management

Introduction      A non-trivial single page application will have to manage state (model) manipulation and implement view navigation between states. Although it is technically possible to do this on the client’s side, i.e. with JavaScript and local storage introduced by HTML5, this might not be the optimal approach. Considering that …

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How to Deploy HTML5 applications to 7.3 portal

From the very beginning since I started working with HTML5, I was always looking for a way to integrate HTML5 pages in the portal and test these out on actual mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. This blog explains in an easy set of steps how we can build a …

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Working with OData Dates and Times

When consuming Gateway services in JavaScript the task of working with dates and times is made even harder because of the different representations the objects take. In this blog I will highlight how Gateway OData dates and times are represented in both JSON and JavaScript and show by example how …

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