Create the user interface for the SAPUI5 dashboard. via svn.sap.com
In the third blog post of this blog post series around Raspberry Pi and the SAP HANA Cloud Platform we’ve provided our Raspberry Pi with a Java app that can retrieve the data from the external sensor and send it to the Java app on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform we’ve setup in the second blog post of this series.
In this blog post we’ll take care of the missing piece of our application: the user interface for the dashboard. We’ll create a dashboard that can be used to monitor and keep track of the temperature sensors.
Setup the app as an HTML5 app
In a first step we need to create an HTML5 app in your SAP HANA Cloud Platform account. That’s pretty straight forward and for those of you who are used to work with Git this will be a piece of cake.
Initialize your Git settings (for first-time-HTML5-app users)
In case you are creating an HTML5 app on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform you have to provide Git with some metadata first.
If you’ve already used the HTML5 apps on SAP HANA Cloud Platform you can jump to the next chapter around the creation of an HTML5 app in your account.
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