SAP Screen Personas
Productivity Power Play
Updated On Apr 11, 2018 22:35
Episode 53 - Best practices for building mobile flavors
User experience designer Navdeep Ganesh explains a few mobile design best practices that are applicable to anyone mobilizing SAP Screen Personas flavors.
Episode 51 - Mobile flavors and the SAP Fiori launchpad
Tobias Queck demonstrates 3 methods for integrating your mobile SAP Screen Personas flavors into an SAP Fiori launchpad.
Episode 49 - Slipstream Engine
Peter Spielvogel discusses the new SAP Screen Personas Slipstream Engine, including what it is, why we built it, and how it helps you.
Episode 48 - SP06 Release
Sebastian Steinhauer highlights some new innovations and the latest support policy for the SP06 service pack for SAP Screen Personas.
Episode 47 - Using Analytics to Drive SAP Screen Personas Flavor Development
Vandana Deep discusses how the data from the SAP Screen Personas analytics feature can be used to find a starting point for a flavor building project, as well as how it can be used to improve on existing flavors.
Episode 44 - The fastest way to create the Fiori UX
Sam Yen, SAP Chief Design Officer, talks about the future of SAP Screen Personas and how it fits into the overall Fiori UX strategy.
Link to SAP Screen Personas Flavor Gallery.
Episode 37 - Using SAP Screen Personas in the Fiori Launchpad
Michael Pytel, NIMBL, demos how to add a SAP Screen Personas flavor to the Fiori launchpad, emphasizing that this is a configuration rather than coding project.
Click here to watch the step-by-step tutorial video.
Episode 36 - New in SP05: Adaptive Flavors and more
Sebastian Steinhauer highlights some great new features and a new support policy for the SP05 service pack for SAP Screen Personas.
Episode 35 - What’s new for SAP Screen Personas and Belize?
Peter Spielvogel talks about the Belize theme, its impact on SAP S/4HANA screens, and why SAP Screen Personas is critical, if you want the full Fiori experience with your classic screens.
Episode 32 - Your question answered: Understanding Tab Merging and Screen Processing Times
Sebastian Steinhauer answers a customer question about estimating performance for tab merging scenarios leveraging SAP statistics collection in transaction STAD. Performance is also compared between SAP GUI for HTML and SAP GUI for Windows.
Episode 29 - Introducing SAP Screen Personas 3.0 SP04
Sebastian Steinhauer discusses the new SAP Screen Personas 3.0 service pack SP04. He highlights four new features, all designed to enhance business analyst (or developer) productivity.
Episode 28 - Creating adaptive Flavors
Tamas Hoznek demonstrates how to create adaptive (responsive) designs in SAP Screen Personas by using various scripting APIs and Screen Events. This allows your screens to render with different content, depending on the screen size.
Episode 27 - Flavor Gallery
Vandana Deep shows you how to use the SAP Screen Personas - Flavor Gallery as a resource to provide guidance to simplify transactions. She covers how to download Flavor / Template from the Flavor Gallery and import them into your environment.
Episode 26 - Your script optimized
Tobias Queck shows how to optimize scripts by examining the processing flow and reducing the number or trips to the back end.
Episode 25 - Your question answered: Rendering fields across tabs without Tab Merging
Sebastian Steinhauer shows how scripting and tab merging perform differently in some scenarios to deliver similar information to the screen. This builds on the analysis of the same flavor discussed in episode 24.
Episode 24 - Your question answered: Optimized use of scripts and events
Sebastian Steinhauer examines the relationship between screen events and the scripts they trigger. He explains how to optimize performance on flavors that use onLoad, onBeforeRefresh, and onAfterRefresh events.
Episode 23 - Validating installation to ensure project success
Tamas Hoznek shows how to check your SAP Screen Personas installation to ensure that everything is set up properly and that you have all the relevant notes for optimal performance.
Episode 22 - Deploying Flavors - Assigning to Roles and Users
Episode 18 - SP03 Release and New Features
Sebastian Steinhauer discusses the new SAP Screen Personas 3.0 service pack SP03. He demos two new features, templates and flavor groups, and discusses enhancements to the scripting engine.
Episode 13 - Nestlé on-site with the SAP Screen Personas Team: SAP Screen Personas at Nestlé
Francis Rodrigues, Global SAP Screen Personas Champion at Nestlé, shares his tips for setting up a SAP Screen Personas Project for success with Sebastian Steinhauer.
Episode 12 - Nestlé on-site with the SAP Screen Personas Team: Innovating with SAP Imagineering
Francis Rodrigues, Global SAP Screen Personas Champion at Nestlé, speaks with Sebastian Steinhauer about how to collaborate with SAP and the surprise he found when working with the SAP Screen Personas team in Palo Alto.
Episode 10 - SAP Screen Personas and the Fiori UX
Peter Spielvogel explains how SAP Screen Personas is one tool that will allow you to give your users the Fiori user experience with a minimum of disruption, time, and, and development resources.
Tobias Queck shows how to embed your SAP Screen Personas into the Fiori Launchpad to deliver a consistent, seamless user experience.
Sebastian Steinhauer builds on the previous episode to create a simplified transaction CO03 using the Fiori Object Page floorplan.
Sebastian Steinhauer discusses how to use the style guide to build a Fiori-inspired flavor based on the List Report floor plan.
Peter Spielvogel discusses the phases of a typical SAP Screen Personas project and who needs to be on the team.
Episode 2 - SAP Screen Personas Release Strategy
Tobias Queck talks about the SAP Screen Personas 3.0 release strategy. He starts with a simple architectural overview and then explains how kernel patches, note releases, and service packs help bring you the latest functionality.
Episode 1 - Introducing SAP Screen Personas 3.0 SP2
Sebastian Steinhauer discusses the new features in SAP Screen Personas 3.0 SP2. He covers analytics, control-specific theming, user feedback, and system administration.