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SAP Developer News: Upgrade your tools for ECMAScript in UI5, Calling S/4HANA APIs from SAP Build Apps, a New Podcast, Domain Services in CAP, Python and Jupyter in SAP BAS, Hot Dev Summer, new tutorials, upcoming events and more!
SAP Developer News
Upgrade Your Tools for Modern ECMAScript in UI5
Beginning with OpenUI5 and SAPUI5 1.116 (planned for July 2023), UI5 framework libraries will start using modern ECMAScript syntax in their code and define “
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Your Guide to Calling S/4HANA APIs from SAP Build Apps
SAP Developer Advocate Daniel Wroblewski decided to explain how you could make S/4HANA API calls simpler – and take advantage of the recent features, and still get the schema you want. In his blog post is all you need to know about calling S/4HANA from SAP Build Apps, for both GET and POST requests. Strap in!
There’s a New Podcast in Town!
Learn how businesses are using mobile tech to transform their work and deliver value to their employees. Whether you're an IT pro, a business leader, or just interested in tech and work, explore the exciting world of mobile technology on this podcast SAP Mobile Matters. Each episode focuses on one of three themes: Colleagues Behind Mobile, SAP runs SAP Mobile and Customer in the Spotlight. Make sure you subscribe now!
How to Keep Your Business Logic Consistent by Using Domain Services in CAP
When your application built with the SAP Cloud Programming Model starts growing, you’ll notice that certain behaviour should be shared across your CAP services. You want to have a single source of truth for your core business logic. Ulrich Bestfleisch decided to establish a layer of domain services to solve this problem and he explains how that works in his blog post.
Python environment with Jupyter in SAP Business Application Studio
SAP Developer Advocate Witalij Rudnicki explains how to persist in the Python environment when using Jupyter in SAP Business Application Studio (BAS) through a restart of the BAS Dev Space. Check it out here.
Hot Dev Summer
This summer will be hot for developers with UI5conand reCAP 2023 in July. This time with a clear focus on an actual onsite conference experience. For our friends from UI5 this means “back to the roots“. For the CAP community, it means a new chapter (as reCAP was born when the pandemic hit). What are UI5con and reCAP? Read this blog post from Sebastian Schmidt.
Query Databases Using the SQL Console in SAP HANA Cloud Central: In this tutorial, you will see how the SQL console can be used within SAP HANA Cloud Central to quickly query a selected database. You will also learn how to open a SQL console, specify the credentials, and set the current schema as well as an overview of the functionality provided in the SQL console.
Troubleshoot SQL with SAP HANA Database Explorer:In this tutorial, you will explore the available tools to help diagnose and debug SQL or SQLScript, as well as the tools available to assist in performance analysis (explain plan, SQL Analyzer).
Create a Sales Order Business Process: In this tutorial, you will create a SAP Build Process Automation project, create a process that automates sales order creation and approval, and create an API trigger to integrate with any applications like SAP Build Apps, CAP etc.
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