SAP Fiori elements newsletter #02
Welcome to the second issue of the SAP Fiori elements newsletter. Our audience is growing, so thank you to everyone who shared this content with your colleagues. (If you are reading this because someone forwarded it to you, there is a subscribe link at the bottom of the email.) Moving into 2020, we will start adding content about some new topics adjacent to SAP Fiori elements, such as SAPUI5 and new SAP Fiori tools we are developing.
- What’s on your to-do list this year for application development?
- What topics would you like to see in this newsletter?
Your editorial team,
Peter Spielvogel and Conrad Bernal from SAP UX Engineering
When to use SAP Fiori elements vs. freestyle SAPUI5 development
One of the most common questions we hear about SAP Fiori elements is when to use it rather than a more flexible “freestyle” development approach. We have written a short guide that explains how to make the decision that’s right for your organization’s needs.
When Adidas needed a cool user experience, they turned to SAP Fiori elements. A team of developers, designers, and business users were able build an SAP Fiori app for call center agents that reduced the processing time for phone requests from 11 minutes to just 3 clicks.
New tools to simplify SAP Fiori elements development
We have received some great and constructive feedback on SAP Fiori elements from power users. The top three comments are:
To address these issues and streamline the overall development process, we are creating a new set of tools to simplify how you create SAP Fiori elements apps.
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Q & A
Can I use SAP Fiori elements for analytics?