DEDHAM, Mass., November 18, 2013 — SAPinsider magazine announces that a new article, “End-to-End Development Scenarios from SAP: Bridging the On-Demand and On-Premise Divide with SAP Tools for Eclipse” by Karl Kessler and Monika Kaiser, is now available in its October-December 2013 issue.
New ways of doing business spurred by innovation has multiplied tools available to developers. To help bring some order to the chaos, SAP has introduced end-to-end developer scenarios — guided tutorials that demonstrate how to implement new technologies such as SAP HANA, SAP HANA Cloud Platform, SAP Mobile Platform, the UI development toolkit for HTML5 (known as SAPUI5), and the SAP NetWeaver Gateway tools for Eclipse. Available with SAP NetWeaver 7.4, these scenarios help developers understand the technologies that are available for application development, and how, when, and in what combinations to use them to quickly build easy-to-implement solutions that meet business goals without disrupting core processes.
“End-to-End Development Scenarios from SAP: Bridging the On-Demand and On-Premise Divide with SAP Tools for Eclipse” by Karl Kessler and Monika Kaiser is now available at http://sapinsider.wispubs.com/Assets/Articles/2013/October/SPI_2013Oct_LMM. The article can also be found on page 74 of the October-December 2013 issue of SAPinsider, both in print and via the SAPinsider mobile app for Apple and Android platforms.
About the author
Karl Kessler joined SAP AG in 1992. He is the Product Manager of the SAP NetWeaver foundation — which includes SAP NetWeaver Application Server, Web Dynpro, the ABAP Workbench, and SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio — and is responsible for all rollout activities. Currently, Karl’s work centers on how SAP NetWeaver powers SAP ERP and SAP Business Suite software, with a focus on lifecycle management.
Monika Kaiser joined SAP AG in 1998. After starting in the support organization fixing customer issues, she moved to development of Java-based web applications. Currently, Monika manages cross-development projects in SAP NetWeaver with a focus on end-to-end development scenarios.
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