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Role-based. Adaptive. Coherent. Simple. Delightful. You might know these five SAP Fiori design guidelines by heart—but app development is so much more than adjectives.
SAP Press’ “SAP Fiori Implementation and Development” dives into the nitty-gritty of SAP Fiori development and how the SAP Fiori 2.0 design concept makes your hard work look spiffy.
What will you learn?
Author Anil Bavaraju brings over a dozen years of experience as he teaches you the ins and outs of SAP Fiori. Follow along as he teaches you how to implement SAP Fiori—from looking at the tools needed to get started, to imparting specific tips and techniques that will help you configure UIs so they fit the guidelines listed above.
Included screenshots mean you won’t have to make a mental picture—see what Anil is describing! We recommend following the step-by-step instructions so you can compare your work to his. If there’s a difference—find and fix it.
For those that are on the cutting-edge of the SAP ecosystem, you’ll be happy to know that this book is inclusive of the SAP Fiori 2.0 design concept, and includes information on S/4, SAP Jam, SAP Lumira Discovery, and SAP Screen Personas 3.0.
Wether you’re working with transactional, fact sheet, or analytical apps, you’ll find help here that’s not available anywhere else.
It also has sections on OData and SAP Gateway, SAPUI5, SAP Web IDE, SAP Fiori client, SAP Fiori launchpad, securing your apps, and more!
Whether you’re working with transactional, fact sheet, or analytical apps, you’ll find help here that’s not available anywhere else.
Who is this book for?
Anyone who has jumped into the world of app creation since SAP Fiori was introduced in 2013. Actually, let’s amend that—anyone who works with applications in today’s fast-paced and mobile-first world will find value in this book.
Its 615 pages are full of the SAP Fiori insider tips and tricks that cover the three core SAP Fiori app tasks—implementing, customizing, and creating them.
Anil calls the book a “complete guide” to SAP Fiori in the preface, and we couldn’t agree more. From beginning to end, the book not only teaches you how to meet those five main design guidelines, but implements them in the book as well.
The tome is written from experience and meets your needs (role-based), available in e-book and hardcover versions so you can read where and how you want (adaptive), easy to read and follow along with (coherent), points out the essential topics to make the most of your time (simple), and well-produced so you can do your job from the get-go (delightful).