SAP Fiori is another initiative form SAP to provide a faster and responsive user interface. See the SAP Fiori Tutorials. This initiative is intended for provide the user interface that supports in all devices like desktops, mobile phones and tabs etc. SAP Fiori contains a set of web apps (currently it contain more than 300) which provides that facility for easy customization. All these apps are based on business roles like HR and sales. This FIORI name came from Italian language that means flowers. SAP considers it as a gift for their users by its beauty and usability.
What is SAPUI5 , you will get the answer from its full form itself. It stands for SAP User Interface for HTML5. One can develop applications that don't have any device compatibility issues (desktop, mobile etc). SAPUI5 contains a large collection of default coded libraries for html4 rendering and using those functions we can easily create our applications. View SAPUI5 tutorials in pdf. You may heard about twitter bootstrap for creating responsive website templates.
So you've heard all about SAP Fiori, NetWeaver Gateway and more recently SAP UI5 and are looking to get started, but unsure how. There is a vast amount of information available on all of these topics, and as a result it can be very difficult to get up and running.
The internet is now part of our daily life and is accessible on any device. People have become used to the speed and simplicity of consumer apps, and so business users expect the same simplicity from our business software.
SAP Fiori is a product line of SAP apps that have a device-agnostic user interface (UI).
SAP Fiori is our new user experience (UX) for SAP software. By applying modern design principles, it completely reinvents the user experience. When combined with the power of the SAP HANA platform, the SAP Fiori UX delivers unmatched responsiveness. Personalized and role-based, the new user experience enables enterprise-wide engagement across lines of business. It provides optimal usability on multiple devices for better business interactions and ease of use.
The SAP Fiori Launchpad is the entry point for accessing Fiori applications on mobile or desktop devices, and it can be customized in various ways.
SAPUI5, a relatively new addition to SAP's technology set, provides a quick and easy way to create cross-platform user-interfaces which run on almost any device.
The SAP User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) revolution is truly underway. There are some tactical solutions out there, but the chief strategic solution that SAP is basing its UI/UX future on is UI5.
The SAPUI5 applications operate on large a wide range of equipment (Smartphone, tablet, desktop) and multiple server platforms
When you think of the SAP user interface experience, what comes to mind? The venerable SAPGUI? The edgy NetWeaver Business Client? Some browser-based but ultimately and unmistakably SAP flavored HTML experience? For many of us, it's "all of the above".
When you consider all of these approaches, and the technologies that power them, there's a single theme that emerges: the theme of "Inside-Out". Classic Dynpro, WebDynpro for Java, WebDynpro for ABAP, Business Server Pages and (gasp) home-brew solutions based on a custom set of templates are all technologies where the user experience is designed, built and pushed out from the inside of an SAP system, and exposed to the outside in the last-mile of user connectivity. That's served us well, but there's a sea-change ahead.