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ZFiori is best described as a one-stop-shop toolkit. It has everything you need to build web applications, while leaving enough flexibility to extend. And by the way, it's the only one that gives you full functionality for free. While other popular toolkits come as a free trial with paid premium versions for full functionality, ZFiori comes as a complete product by itself – no upsells, no paid premium.
Created by professionals for modern developers building state-of-the-art web applications.It comes with all features needed to cover most current application requirements, with standards high enough to be delivered in standard solutions.
Offers a solid foundation that simplifies development by managing many aspects of modern development behind the scenes. It comes with built-in support for architectural concepts like MVC, two-way Data Binding and routing.
More than 200 UI controls are included, ranging from basic elements to complex UI patterns. Use them straight out of the box, or extend and tweak them to meet your requirements.
Well-established open source libraries and modern web standards form a powerful toolkit for the open source community.
Highcharts is a SVG-based, multi-platform charting library that has been actively developed since 2009.
It makes it easy to add interactive, mobile-optimized charts to your web and mobile projects.
It features robust documentation, advanced responsiveness and industry-leading accessibility support.
A complete set of cloud‑based tools to design and build your enterprise app.
Design-Led Development (DLD) puts the user first by truly understanding their needs before implementing a solution.
Browse a growing collection of prototypes designed by the BUILD community. See something you love? Clone and customize it for your needs.
A powerful, interactive charting and visualization library for browser.
ECharts is a free, powerful charting and visualization library offering an easy way of adding intuitive, interactive, and highly customizable charts to your commercial products.
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Build responsive, mobile-first projects on the web with the world's most popular front-end component library.
Vue (pronounced /vjuː/, like view) is a progressive framework for building user interfaces.
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What is OpenUI5?
What is the difference between SAPUI5 and OpenUI5?
First of all: OpenUI5 is not just a limited appetizer for SAPUI5! In fact, both libraries use the exact same programming model and core functionalities like MVC or data binding.
It differs only in the number of frontend controls that are included, and that is mostly down to organizational reasons only - all of the important controls are part of OpenUI5.
OpenUI5 vs. other Toolkits?
OpenUI5 is best described as a one-stop-shop toolkit. It has everything you need to build web applications, while leaving enough flexibility to extend. And by the way, it's the only one that gives you full functionality for free. While other popular toolkits come as a free trial with paid premium versions for full functionality, OpenUI5 comes as a complete product by itself – no upsells, no paid premium.
Compared to most other libraries, OpenUI5 is a complete and comprehensive package. With other libraries, you often find yourself adding more and more small libraries, hoping and crossing your fingers that they work well together. In OpenUI5 we've taken care of this. We bundled some of the best JS libraries available, made sure they play well together, and enriched them with even more functionality.
Business applications in particular make long-term stability and reliability of the technology stack a primary requirement. OpenUI5 is built around this. Tight integration of selected open source libraries is our main concern, while long-term stability and cross device compatibility is our main design principle. The result is a sophisticated toolkit for mission-critical applications that comes to you for free. And stays free.
How can I learn OpenUI5?
To kick things off, take a look at our getting started section here. After that, you can read a more detailed introduction and finally refer to the developer guide and the API for full details and professional usage here. And if you happen to get stuck somewhere along the way, just check out the usual suspects such as Stack Overflow and the SAP developer network SCN.
What does the OpenUI5 community look like?
The OpenUI5 community is growing rapidly. There are vital discussions and postings on Stack Overflow and personal as well as professional blogs. And of course you can also benefit from the public SAP Developer Community SCN, where the topic is discussed frequently with up to 2000 entries per month. What's more, we frequently attend public community events and Open Source conferences.
What skillset do I need for OpenUI5?
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