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The advent of S/4 Hana has led to a new era of business applications—and for Abap developers used to working on projects for ERP, this can be a challenge. Fortunately, SAP Press has a brand-new book on the Abap programming model for S/4 Hana.
What will you learn?
This resource, Abap Development for SAP S/4 Hana: Abap Programming Model for SAP Fiori, will teach developers the ins and outs of working with Abap code in this new programming model. In these pages, you’ll find end-to-end development processes spelled out and backed up with code and other helpful screenshots to ensure you don’t get tripped up while writing for S/4 Hana’s architecture.
If you’re going for a completely scratch-built application, discover how to use technologies such as CDS, BOPF, OData, and more in your coding. Or if you’re using one or more SAP Fiori elements to aid in your development, you’ll find help—coders of every level will find information here. Once you’ve picked your approach, see how to create list reports and object pages, overview pages, freestyle apps, and more.
Of course, creating is only half the battle. S/4 Hana’s apps are delivered on the SAP Fiori UX and in order to get them to users, you’ll need to use the SAP Fiori launchpad. Find out how to use this to test, integrate, and manage subsequent versions of your app.
Other highlights include:
- Abap Programming Model
- SAP Cloud Platform programming model
- SAP Web IDE
- SAP Cloud Platform Cloud Foundry
- ABAP Test Cockpit
- Service Adaptation Description Language (SADL)
- RESTful APIs
Who is this book for?
Anybody interested in the technical side of S/4 Hana will also be interested in this book, whether they serve as business user, project leader, or one of any number of managerial positions. The book weighs in at 461 pages, and is the perfect resource for coders to have on their desk or iPad (e-book versions are available).