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Podcast UI5 CodeJam, News and Project Experiences


In this episode Jan Penninkhof and me sat together with:
  • Denise Nepraunig
  • Martine van der Veen 
  • Andreas Kunz
  • Kimmo Jokinen
  • Jan Willem Molenaar
  • Dennis Duivenbode
Together we discussed the SAP CodeJam on UI5 at The Next View, got some UI5 news and talked about live experiences with UI5.


A few highlights:
  • CodeJam UI5 covered basics and first steps into creating custom controls
  • Andreas ins involved with UI5 from the early beginning, 2009
  • How is the name Phoenix related to UI5
  • CodeJam UI5 experiences is about learning new stuff but also reconnecting with peers
  • Learning ‘tricks’ that you can bring to your projects to solve issues
  • Reminded Andreas to internal UI5 Q&A sessions for SAP developers building Fiori apps
  • Sports One built is with custom controls and lot of theming, doesn't look like Fiori at all
  • UI principles Fiori where 100+ applications need to look consistently do not apply for an application that is to be used by only one persona, for example a trainer of a football team.
  • Jan talks about Google Maps control developed by SAP Mentor John Patterson and the reason why he changed to the GeoMaps library for a mobile UI5 app
  • Denise works on project runtime adaption, adapt a running UI5 app by keyusers
  • As developer you need to make sure that your controls have stable, explicit, ID
  • ABAP developer getting into 21st century by building UI5 app
  • Experiences from ABAP developer getting into UI5 development


Thanks for listening!

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