SAP Graph – Low-Code / No-Code | Hands-on Video Tutorials


Philip MUGGLESTONE from the SAP HANA Academy just released a couple of new hands-on tutorial videos about SAP Graph. In this article you will find the videos embedded with references and some additional information covering Low-Code / No-Code application development for use by citizen developers.

For the introduction article about SAP Graph, see

For how to get started with SAP Graph from the perspective of the different personas, see

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Hands-On Video Tutorials

LCNC

In this article, we cover Low-Code / No-Code application development for use by citizen developer. For the introduction article, go to

As a prerequisite, you will first need to have created and configured the SAP Graph environment. For this, see the article

What You Will Learn

You can watch the two video tutorials in about twenty mins showing

  • how the administrator configure LCNC application development for use by citizen developers
  • how a citizen developer can get started

Hands-on, we cover

  • how to configure SAP BTP Destinations for SAP Graph, subscribe to SAP Launchpad, subscribe to the Low-Code / No-Code Service and assign role collections to business users
  • how to create a project using SAP AppGyver that uses SAP Graph to incorporate data from two separate LoB systems. We also show how to build the project as a web application and how to deploy it to SAP BTP

YouTube Playlist

To bookmark or directly access the complete playlist, go to

Sample Code on GitHub

As we know your time is precious, this will be a low-code affair as we will be using Yeoman to provide the scaffolding for our app supplemented with sample code from SAP HANA Academy GitHub repository:

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SAP Graph: Admin – Getting Started Low-Code / No-Code

Video Tutorial

In this video tutorial, Philip Mugglestone shows how the administrator configure Low-Code / No-Code application development for use by citizen developers. Philip shows how to configure SAP BTP Destinations for SAP Graph, subscribe to SAP Launchpad, subscribe to the Low-Code / No-Code Service and assign role collections to business users.

Markers

0:00 – Introduction

2:35 – Create destination (import) for AppGyver

6:50 – Clone for HCM, S4

8:00 – Enable SAP Launchpad Service (standard plan)

8:40 – Prepare account for Low-Code / No-Code environment (booster)

10:30 – Launch SAP AppGyver application development service

References

For the documentation on the SAP Help Portal, see

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SAP Graph: Dev – Low-Code / No-Code

Video Tutorial

In this video tutorial, Philip Mugglestone shows how a citizen developer can get started with Low-Code / No-Code application development. Philip shows how to create a project using SAP AppGyver that uses SAP Graph to incorporate data from two separate LoB systems. Philip also shows how to build the project as a web application and how to deploy it to SAP BTP.

Markers

0:00 – Introduction

0:55 – Create new AppGyver project (SAP BTP)

1:30 – Authentication, SAP BTP

1:45 – Data, add integration, BTP destinations

3:30 – Create UI Canvas

5:05 – Launch (test)

5:50 – Distribute

7:10 – Create new Business Application

8:15 – Deploy MTAR

9:30 – Launch app (test) 

10:10 – Housekeeping

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