If you want to benefit from component-based UI programming using Web Dynpro ABAP, this book is what you need to get started. With many examples designed to facilitate understanding, it covers topics such as the architecture of Web Dynpro, the most important UI elements, and standard components. Each chapter is structured such that you learn about the basic concepts first, and then apply these concepts via practical exercises accompanied by screenshots and sample code. Traditional topics such as using components, views, controllers, and contexts are discussed, as are the use of tables, value helps, and multi-component frameworks. In addition, useful functions such as context menus, input help, the Web Dynpro Debugger, and hotkeys, as well as the use of the Enhancement Framework, are covered.
1. Web Dynpro Architecture Become familiar with the basic architecture of Web Dynpro UIs, including the advantages and disadvantages they provide.
2. Web Dynpro Applications Learn about the development and usage of Web Dynpro applications, and how to program applications dynamically.
3. Standard Web Dynpro Components Explore the most frequently used Web Dynpro components, such as extended tables and POWER lists.
4. Input Help Gain an understanding of input help, which is crucially important for reducing incorrect entries made by users.
5. Configuration, Customization, and Personalization Find out how to customize applications and components without changing the implementation.
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Dr. Roland Schwaiger studied Computer Science at Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA, and Applied Computer Science and Mathematics at the University of Salzburg, Austria, where he completed his doctorate in Mathematics.
After several years of working as an assistant professor at the University of Salzburg, he joined SAP AG in 1996. There, he worked as a Human Resources software developer for three years, which gave him the opportunity to develop his skills in an exciting and inspirational working environment. In 1999, Roland became a freelance trainer, editor, consultant, and developer. In this capacity, he applies his academic qualifications and the software development know-how he gained to real-world development projects and training courses. In turn, he is able to transfer the knowledge he gains as a freelancer back to his academic work, thus creating a positive feedback loop between theory and practice.
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Descripción SAP PRESS, 2009. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111592293115