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Oliver Pehnke

Print PDFs using HTML+CSS

Printing PDFs can be done with multiple approaches. Lets check out a HTML+CSS pipeline approach how it compares to API and XSL-FO.

Oliver Pehnke

Tech-blog migrates to Next.js

A developer journey moving this tech-blog from Gatsby to Next.js. Depicting some challenges and our best practices.

Oliver Pehnke

Backstage part 1 - corporate design theme

Our developer portal backstage needs a visual integration with the corporate design.

Oliver Pehnke

Rollup Visualizer

With a plugin in rollup you can look inside to see which modules are taking up space.

Oliver Pehnke, Andreas Pflugrad

Gatsby 5

A complete react framework to create frontends.

Andreas Pflugrad, Oliver Pehnke

UI5 input validation concept from top to bottom 2023

The validation concept depicts how you can handle errors in ui5. It defines best practises rules based on given the default UI5 concepts.

Igor Muntoreanu

SAP Fiori Notifications – Part 2

SAP Fiori Notifications - Configuring and Implementing with real Business Scenarios.

Lukas Reichert

WSL2 on Windows 10 - Setup and Experiences

This article explains how to setup WSL2 on Windows 10 and summarizes a personal experience with WSL2.

Igor Muntoreanu

SAP Fiori Notifications - Part 1

SAP Fiori Notifications - Configuring and Implementing with real Business Scenarios.

Luca Nimmrichter

TechBlog - Client Side Search with LUNR

This article explains how the client side search for this blog was implemented using LUNR.

Thomas Wege

Unerasable Empty Development Packages on an SAP ERP System

In order to clean the repository tree we wanted to delete empty packages. The system couldn't delete them. It complained there were objects inside. Objects we couldn't see...

Fabian Goßner

OCR with Tesseract and OpenCV

How Tesseract and OpenCV can be used to extract text from images.

Patrick Schmidt

iframes redefined - Angular & UI5 web apps as web components

The last evolutionary step in our approaches to integrate different web technologies in an existing web applications. In this approach we implement an adapter component using the W3C web components standard to make Angular and UI5 web applications usable in any existing web applications providing bidirectional communication capabilities between the hosted and nested application.

Burkhard Hoppenstedt

Strapi Headless CMS

In this article, I want to provide a short introduction into strapi, a headless content management system.

Patrick Schmidt

Routing in UI5/Angular hybrids

This blog post goes further and examines the interaction and side effects of the hosting Angular router and the embedded UI5 router.

Andreas Pflugrad

UI5: drag and drop on the wild side

How to turn a planning calendar into an awesome drag and drop target.

Oliver Pehnke

Inlineframe

What are iframes and how can these be used today.

Patrick Schmidt

An Angular/UI5 hybrid launchpad

We investigated the possibilities of integrating an existing (open)UI5 into an Angular web application and vice versa using a "launchpad" for the hosted application.

Martin Renner

Quarkus and GraalVM

This article describes a test of the combination of Quarkus and GraalVM in tech-blogs.