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This blog highlights the end of support for Microsoft legacy browsers by future SAPUI5 versions and the recommended activities for our customers and partners.


SAPUI5 supports a range of

Thursday, 17 December 2020 07:12

SAP TechEd 2020: A User Experience Education

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SAP TechEd 2020 might not have been held in a bustling venue hall in Austin, Texas, as was originally planned, but the virtual format, which ensured that SAP’s largest educational


The Stacked Bar Micro Chart represents related values atop one another in order to visualise the single values as part of a whole. Stacked bar micro chart has responsive design

Sunday, 20 December 2020 06:31

Using UI5 Web Components

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UI5 Web Components are a set of web platform APIs which allow you to create and use reusable encapsulated HTML tags in web pages and apps.

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With OpenUI5 1.85, we have released the SAP Fiori elements add-on for OpenUI5. It includes the open.fe library, which is the OData V4 stack of SAP Fiori elements contained in

Forms are essential part of today’s business applications. The task of filling form data sometimes can be quite boring, especially if you need to do it on regular basis. For

Tuesday, 22 December 2020 17:43

SAP Fiori: Concepts and Best Practices

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What is SAP Fiori?

SAP Fiori is a design language and user experience method used to develop SAP business applications.

The SAP Fiori design language is used by

Sunday, 29 November 2020 17:26

Yeoman generators for OPA5 and UIVeri5

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In this blog post you will learn about a new way to write OPA5 and UIVeri5 tests.
We’ve often received questions over the last two years on how to easily

Thursday, 19 November 2020 19:41

Improved UX Design of the Value Help Dialog

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The value help dialog is a complex control that helps users find and select single or multiple values within a dataset containing large number of items. Its design has

While developing or setting up and testing SAP Fiori apps, we are frequently accessing URLs that follow the same pattern. A typical example is starting a standalone UI5 app in each

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