I was honoured to be a guest again on SAP CodeTalk with Ian Thain. This time we talked about OpenUI5 - the open source version of SAPUI5, SAP’s UI development toolkit for HTML5.
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Here are the links to what was mentioned.
Near the start of the recording, Ian mentioned our previous 2-part SAP CodeTalk on SAPUI5 and Fiori.
I talked about the differences between SAPUI5, OpenUI5 and where they fit with Fiori. Here’s a post explaining that in more detail: “The essentials: SAPUI5, OpenUI5 and Fiori“.
Andreas Kunz’s post on SCN “What is OpenUI5 / SAPUI5?“, published when the open sourcing announcement was made. Just before the announcement was made, Jan Penninkhof’s post “13 reasons why SAP should open-source SAPUI5” was published.
Bug reporting for OpenUI5 is possible via Github issues, please read the “Report a Bug” page for more info.
Technical (programming-related) Q&A is active under the ‘sapui5′ tag on Stack Overflow (even though the questions are mostly independent of whether it’s SAPUI5 or OpenUI5).
Recently the OpenUI5 library was added to the list of selectable libraries in JSBin, and there is a small but growing list of templates for JSBin based snippets too (contributions welcome!)
Last but not least, there’s a Public SAP Mentor Monday webinar this coming Mon 24 Mar 2014 on UI5, with special guest Andreas Kunz. Come along and attend, all are welcome!