We start with a quick catch up on the UI5 basics and our evolved best practices as well as new tools. Then we dig into more advanced scenarios and concepts step by step. You’ll not only sharpen your UI5 development skills, but also explore additional options to increase your developer productivity with SAPUI5.
Challenge yourself with the hands-on coding exercises for each course unit. Learn and deepen your understanding by implementing realistic Web app scenarios in SAP Web IDE (SAP Web IDE has been replaced by SAP Business Application Studio). For local development environments, the new UI5 tooling as well as the Karma test runner are explained as well.
Key highlights of the course:
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*The key concepts shown in this course apply to both, SAPUI5 and OpenUI5. OpenUI5 is the open-source version of SAPUI5 and includes all main features. Some specialized UI controls and additional scenarios shown towards the end of the course are exclusive to SAPUI5.
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Week 1: Get Ready!
Week 2: (Re-)Discover SAPUI5 Essentials
Week 3: Accelerate Your App Development
Week 4: Finish with Quality and Style
Final Exam Week
Week 5/6: Simplify, Integrate, and Adapt (These bonus lectures are not required for the final exam)
All described systems are free of charge.
For further learning, we recommend that you check out the SAP Leonardo learning journey.
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Jay Barbhaiya is a UI5 developer at SAP with a strong focus on UI5 table controls.
Jay was drawn to computer programming through his enthusiasm for computer and mobile gaming. Today, his focus is mainly on Web development technologies and UI5.
Annette Frei is a UI5 developer and a convinced UI5 evangelist. Her constant goal is a meaningful and relevant user experience and she has a soft spot for creative solutions.
Prior to this, Annette spent several years in SAP internal and external process consulting and reporting with SAP BW, BusinessObjects and S/4HANA.
Michael Graf is a product owner at SAP and an OpenUI5 enthusiast. He loves getting in touch with the community and evangelizing technology. Michael started developing Web pages back in the 90s and has enjoyed working with Web technologies and UIs ever since. He is an expert in creating responsive Web apps with SAPUI5 and has developed many custom controls.
Arnd vom Hofe is a UI5 developer at SAP with a strong focus on evangelizing UI5.
Arnd discovered the art of programming on pocket calculators, legacy home computers, and games consoles. Today, his focus is mainly on Web development technologies and UI5.
Mariana Naboka is a product owner for the Annotation Modeler extension in SAP Web IDE – a form-based editor that eases OData annotation development for SAP Fiori elements applications.
Her other contributions to the SAPUI5 world include the delivery of UI5 controls such as microcharts and tiles currently residing in the sap.m library.
Mariana loves to hear from the users and actively responds to their questions on SAP Community Network.
Benedikt Schölch is a scrum master and developer for the UI5 Core and Runtime team at SAP.
Benedikt works on fundamental UI5 topics and strives to evolve UI5 together with the Core team, making it ready for future requirements, leveraging the latest browser features and technologies, and at the same time keeping everything stable.
Martin Steinhauser is a product owner for the SAP Fiori elements list report floorplan. He has worked for over 15 years in different technology fields. Formerly in ABAP back-end development, for the last 5 years Martin has been working with UI technology.
Martin is inspired by technology and loves building freestyle and SAP Fiori elements apps to improve processes and solve problems.
Sylvia Strack is a developer for SAP Fiori launchpad.
Prior to working in the SAPUI5 environment, Sylvia was a Java developer focusing on Web applications. Her passion is agile software engineering principles and she loves exchanging ideas with others on these topics.
Christian Voshage is a product owner in the SAPUI5 flexibility area. He started his career at SAP in application development using SAPUI5 and later joined the SAPUI5 development team itself.
Christian’s focus is on the sap.ui.fl library as well as the development of demand and cloud solutions needed for the flexibility features.
Sebastian Wennemers is a development architect for SAPUI5 flexibility functionality with a history in ABAP and Java development.
For 8 years, he has been enabling people from end users to developers to get the best out of existing SAPUI5 apps. They can build and adapt apps with easy-to-use tooling in a lifecycle-stable and modification-free way, so that the apps fit best to their processes and needs.
Margot Wollny is a product manager for the UI5 team, focusing on rollout material and communication around UI5. Prior to this, she spent many years in various consulting roles at SAP, assisting customers in their SAP CRM and other development projects.
Margot stands up for the developers’ interests and loves to work with the community to make UI5 one of the best JS frameworks ever.