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– but finding good reference materials can be difficult. Now, for the first time, a
world class Web Dynpro consultant shares his knowledge and understanding of this complex topic. Web Dynpro for ABAP guides you easily through your learning process. From helping you to assess your Web Dynpro skills, to helping screen candidates for your ABAP positions, Web Dynpro for ABAP will help you understand
what you really need to know. This book is organized around several areas of Web Dynpro for ABAP: Component based development, selected topics in User Interface design, Business Server Pages, and more. More than just a rehash of
Web Dynpro for ABAP documentation and sales presentations, each question is based on implementation project know-how gained on high-profile Web Dynpro for ABAP implementations.

Key topics include:
Component based development
Topics in User Interface Design
Business Server Pages

Topics: Professional Development, Informative, Tips & Tricks, and Guides

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ISBN: 9781603323079
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