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OpenUI5 is a powerful web UI library from SAP that has recently entered the open source world. With OpenUI5 you can easily develop enterprise-grade responsive web applications that run on multiple platforms and devices. It is based on many open source libraries such as jQuery, datajs, LESS, Handlebars, Crossroads, iScroll, and others.
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The Open Source enthusiasm has infected the SAP ecosystem and has internally caused a welcome cultural change. Come and see what the new SAP is all about!
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Frederic is a product owner with 15 years of experience in the software industry living in Heidelberg, Germany. He is passionate about software development and a major driver behind the open sourcing of OpenUI5.
DJ Adams is an enterprise architect and open source programmer, author, and bread-maker living in Manchester, working as a Principal Consultant for Bluefin Solutions. He has a degree in Latin & Greek (Classics) from the University of London, and despite having been referred to as an alpha geek, can nevertheless tie his own shoelaces and drink beer without spilling it.
Working as software developer and architect at SAP since 2005, focusing on user interfaces.
Member of the UI5 (HTML/JS UI library created by SAP) development team since its inception and spending considerable time to work around browser bugs…
Infected by the Open Source virus while contributing to Mozilla before Firefox was even born. And now one main driver behind open-sourcing UI5 as “OpenUI5”.
Spreading the UI5 love by speaking at conferences like OSCON, devoxxUK and SAP’s own TechEd conference in Las Vegas.
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