Archive | July 2010

ABAP Freak Show – ABAP Tutorial Links

As many of the loyal egheads know, Thomas Jung has posted some great ABAP tutorials on the ABAP Freak Show. This post is a quick summary of some of these available tutorials to make it easier to watch later and pass around to all of your fellow ABAPers.

ABAP Freakshow – July 29, 2010: Introduction to WDA Part 7

This eLearning explains in depth the Web Dynpro programming model and how to develop Web Dynpro applications within the ABAP workbench. In this seventh and fial part we explorer integration possibilities in the form of NetWeaver Portal, NetWeaver Business Client, Interactive Forms by Adobe and Flash Islands.

ABAP Freakshow – July 29, 2010: Introduction to WDA Part 6

This eLearning explains in depth the Web Dynpro programming model and how to develop Web Dynpro applications within the ABAP workbench. In this sixth part we look at multiple component usage and navigation plugs.

ABAP Freakshow – July 29, 2010: Introduction to WDA Part 5

This eLearning explains in depth the Web Dynpro programming model and how to develop Web Dynpro applications within the ABAP workbench. In this fifth part we expand our project to include the Component Controller, Context Mapping and multiple Views.

ABAP Freakshow – July 29, 2010: Introduction to WDA Part 4

This eLearning explains in depth the Web Dynpro programming model and how to develop Web Dynpro applications within the ABAP workbench. In this fourth part we explor how to model data in the context and respond to events with event handler methods of the controller.

ABAP Freakshow – July 29, 2010: Introduction to WDA Part 3

This eLearning explains in depth the Web Dynpro programming model and how to develop Web Dynpro applications within the ABAP workbench. In this third part we learn about the View and placing UI elements on the screen.

ABAP Freakshow – July 29, 2010: Introduction to WDA Part 2

This eLearning explains in depth the Web Dynpro programming model and how to develop Web Dynpro applications within the ABAP workbench. In this second part we discuss the Web Dynpro ABAP programming model.