SAP UI5 Practice Exercises

by | Jan 25, 2023 | Interview, Practice Exercises

Introduction

Unlock the full potential of SAP UI5 with our collection of hands-on practice exercises. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced developer, our exercises will help you master the intricacies of SAP UI5 and build engaging, responsive and user-friendly applications. From basic exercises like creating a simple UI5 application and working with controls, to advanced exercises like consuming OData services and implementing custom controls, we’ve got something for everyone. Our step-by-step instructions and detailed explanations make it easy for you to follow along and improve your understanding of SAP UI5. With our practice exercises, you will be able to build professional, high-quality applications and advance your career as an SAP UI5 developer. Optimize your skills, improve your knowledge and get ready to take on any UI5 challenge with our SAP UI5 practice exercises.

SAP UI5 Basic Exercises

Here is a list of ten SAP UI5 Basic Exercises:

1. Create a simple SAP UI5 application that displays a list of items using the control “sap.m.List”. Bind the items to a JSON model and use the property “items” to set the data.

2. Create a simple SAP UI5 form that includes several input fields, such as “sap.m.Input” and “sap.m.ComboBox”. Bind the form fields to a JSON model and use the property “value” to set the data.

3. Create a simple SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.Table” control bound to a JSON model. Use the property “items” to set the data and “columns” to define the structure of the table.

4. Create a simple SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.ui.chart.Chart” control bound to a JSON model. Use the property “data” to set the data and “dimensions” to define the structure of the chart.

5. Create a simple SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.TabContainer” control with multiple tabs. Each tab should include a different control, such as a “sap.m.List” or “sap.m.Table”.

6. Create a simple SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.SplitApp” control with multiple pages. Each page should include a different control, such as a “sap.m.Form” or “sap.ui.chart.Chart”.

7. Create a simple SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.NavContainer” control with multiple pages. Each page should include a different control, such as a “sap.m.List” or “sap.m.Table”.

8. Create a simple SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.Page” control with a header and a footer. Use the property “content” to add different controls, such as a “sap.m.List” or “sap.m.Table”, to the page.

9. Create a simple SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.Dialog” control with a title and a message. Use the property “content” to add different controls, such as a “sap.m.Input” or “sap.m.Button”, to the dialog.

10. Create a simple SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.Carousel” control with multiple slides. Each slide should include a different control, such as a “sap.m.Image” or “sap.m.Text”.

Note: These are basic exercises, assuming that you have a good understanding of SAP UI5 and can use related tools and transactions.

SAP UI5 Advance Exercises

Once you are done with SAP UI5 Basic Exercises and are aware of the concept of SAP OData, thereafter you can practice the following:

1. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.Table” control, bound to an OData model. Use the property “items” to set the data and “columns” to define the structure of the table. Use the OData CRUD operations to update, create and delete records.

2. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.ui.table.Table” control, bound to an OData model. Use the property “rows” to set the data and “columns” to define the structure of the table. Implement features such as sorting, filtering, and grouping of the table data.

3. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.FlexBox” control, with multiple items. Use the property “items” to add different controls, such as a “sap.m.Input” or “sap.m.Button”, to the Flexbox. Use the property “layoutData” to define the layout and position of the items.

4. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.Page” control, with a header and a footer. Use the property “content” to add different controls, such as a “sap.m.List” or “sap.m.Table”, to the page. Implement the routing feature to navigate between different pages within the application.

5. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.Bar” control, with multiple items. Use the property “contentLeft” and “contentRight” to add different controls, such as a “sap.m.Button” or “sap.m.SearchField”, to the Bar. Implement the feature of changing the bar content based on the page’s context.

6. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.TabContainer” control, with multiple tabs. Each tab should include a different control, such as a “sap.m.List” or “sap.m.Table”. Implement the feature of reordering the tabs dynamically using drag-and-drop functionality.

7. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.ui.layout.form” control, with multiple sections. Each section should include different controls, such as a “sap.m.Input” or “sap.m.ComboBox”, and should be arranged using different layout types, such as Grid or Responsive Grid Layout.

8. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.Carousel” control, with multiple slides. Each slide should include a different control, such as a “sap.m.Image” or “sap.m.Text”. Implement the feature of adding/removing slides dynamically.

9. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.Popover” control, with multiple items. Use the property “content” to add different controls, such as a “sap.m.Button” or “sap.m.Input”, to the Popover. Implement the feature of opening the popover based on user’s actions such as button press or link press.

10. Create an SAP UI5 application that includes a “sap.m.SplitApp” control, with multiple pages. Each page should include a different control, such as a “sap.m.Form” or “sap.ui.chart.Chart”. Implement the feature of dynamically switching between the master-detail view based on the device’s screen size.

Note: These are advanced exercises assuming that you are aware with the concepts of SAP UI5 and Fiori.

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