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The openSAP course 'Introduction to Mobile Solution Development for the Enterprise' just ended this week after 6 weeks of exploring SAP's vision on the 'mobile enablement of the enterprise'. Just like the SAP HANA course, the quality of delivered learning content ( video's and presentations ) was outstanding.

The course tried to discuss & explain the different mobile programming approaches ... from 'pure mobile web sites', via hybrid web applications ( using Cordova ( Phonegap ) ) to native developed (Android) applications ... and how SAP tools fit into those programming approaches. SAP clearly puts the focus on its new HTML5 client front-end framework SAPUI5, the usage of OData services and the integration of mobile applications with the new SAP Mobile Platform 3.0 (SMP).

SMP Android Simulator 2

The SAP Mobile platform 3.0 looks very promising in terms of offered functionality & maturity. The integration via OData services is straightforward and simple to build. Additional offered services like the logon component take away the burden from the application developers to provide a secure, reliable security concept for their mobile solutions. Administrators can configure application connections and reusable security profiles. They also get extensive reporting & tracing capabilities.

SMP Home

Overall the course was a great introduction into the SAP Mobile Platform and its capabilities and I am glad I participated.
It is clear that the overall mobile development trend is going towards mobile HTML5 applications ... either provisioned via a web server or on the device via a hybrid container like Cordova ... SAP is actually going to deliver their own 'version' of Cordova - called 'Kapsel' - which will provide the SMP API services 'out-of-the-box'.

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