SAP Fiori launchpad is a shell which hosts SAP Fiori apps, and provides those apps with services such as navigation, personalization, embedded support, and application configuration.
Other openSAP courses explain how to develop an SAP Fiori application and how to work with the SAP Fiori launchpad. This course will show you how the SAP Fiori launchpad works. You’ll be introduced to the diagnostic tools, and you’ll learn how to troubleshoot errors when launching a tile, as well as how to diagnose navigation, translation, cache, and transport issues. You’ll see a live demo from the instructors on how to use the Chrome debugger to troubleshoot SAP Fiori launchpad as well a live demo on how translation works. The course includes additional demos on replication, transports, and more.
Unit 1: SAP Fiori Launchpad Architecture
Unit 2: SAP Fiori Launchpad Troubleshooting
Unit 3: SAP Fiori Launchpad Applications and Maintenance
Unit 4: Translation
Unit 5: Replication of Catalogs
Unit 6: SAP Fiori Launchpad Content Transport
Unit 7: SAP Fiori Launchpad Cache
Developers, system admins, and IT consultants interested in SAP Fiori implementations
Kevin Bates is a support architect in SAP Mobility and Fiori. He has a background in aerospace and engineering, and joined SAP in 1997 as a principle support engineer in middleware and J2EE. In 2008, he moved to Mobility as a support architect, and later, in 2015, to SAP Fiori Client and SAP Cloud Platform. Kevin has been working with SAP Fiori launchpad and SAPUI5 since 2016. He is also a moderator on SAP blogs and a contributor in the SAP Wiki space.
Jorge Arranz joined SAP in 2008 as a support intern in the SAP Web Dispatcher area. In 2015 he moved to the SAP Fiori area, where he now works as a senior consultant for SAP Fiori Launchpad.".
Keith Nunn is a support engineer in the UX area who joined SAP in 2005. He has supported several Mobility products during his time at SAP, and has been supporting SAP Fiori launchpad and SAPUI5 since 2016.
Keith is also a moderator for SAP Questions & Answers (formerly SCN) for the Fiori Launchpad tag.
John Taylor is a senior technical support engineer with SAP Mobility and Fiori, and has a background in development, testing, and business analysis. He joined SAP in 2011 as a product support engineer in Mobility, specializing in APIs. John has been working in the SAP Fiori launchpad and SAPUI5 areas since 2016. He is also a regular contributor on SAP Questions & Answers, and in the SAP Wiki space. When not assisting customers, John can be found in an IDE or on the nearest ski slope!
Hunter Young joined SAP in 2015 as a product support engineer in SAP Mobility and Fiori after graduating with a degree in Information Security and Assurance. He began working with mobile products such as SAP Afaria, but later transitioned to SAP Fiori launchpad, SAPUI5, and SAP Smart Business in 2016. Hunter has also developed several internal tools for the support organization in addition to mentoring interns and developing training programs. When not at work, he can usually be found tinkering with electronics or out sailing his boat.
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This course was held from Feb 14, 2018 through Mar 15, 2018.
32040 learners enrolled.
This course was rated with 4.12 stars in average from 2331 votes.
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Ali Chalhoub is a support architect engineer in the UX area. His focus is on topics such as SAP Fiori launchpad, SAP Cloud Platform Mobile Services and iOS SDK, and SAP Fiori application services.
Ali graduated from York University, Toronto, with a degree in computer science. He started at SAP in 1999, and is currently the moderator for the SAP Mobility Wiki. He is also the author of the eBook “How-to Setup a Fiori Launchpad Step-by-Step".
Joaquin Fornas is a Senior Support Consultant in the Launchpad and UI5 areas. He joined SAP as a consultant in 2001 and moved to CRM in 2005, where he worked as a Product Support Senior Consultant. Since 2014, Joaquin has been working in UX area. He is also a contributor in the SAP Wiki space.