Marius Obert October 30, 2019Technical Articles

 

In this ninth post in my CloudFoundryFun series, we will write a very simple OpenUI5 web-app and deploy it to Cloud Foundry. For this, we will use the brand new SAP Business Application Studio beta. 4th November 2019: Update screenshots and include… Read More »

In this eighth post in my CloudFoundryFun series, I want to show you how to combine a CAP app, running on Cloud Foundry, with an Azure Storage Account. And the best thing is, I published the entire code base on GitHub!  TechEd App Space… Read More »

In this seventh post in my CloudFoundryFun series, we will connect our local VS Code editor to running Cloud Foundry apps. This will allow us to do small changes and test quickly during development. Open heart surgery With great power To be honest,… Read More »

In this sixth post in my CloudFoundryFun series, I will show how to code with TypeScript. You will learn about TypeScript and tools that can help you to use TypeScript in your daily development and deployment activities. What is TypeScript? I… Read More »

In this fifth post in my CloudFoundryFun series, I will show how to deploy web apps, written with any UI framework, to Cloud Foundry. For this, I deliberately didn’t choose an SAPUI5 app, but a great arcade game which has been coded with… Read More »

In this fourth post in my CloudFoundryFun series, we will dive a little bit deeper in the Cloud Foundry universe and talk about Tasks. Tasks are deterministic programs that can be triggered manually or also be scheduled. Fetch (football) scores… Read More »
In this third post in my CloudFoundryFun series, I will explain the concepts of Cloud Foundry apps, services, and service bindings. To illustrate this in a fun way, we will deploy our own personal WordPress instance and extend it with Microsoft… Read More »

In this second post in my CloudFoundryFun series, I show you how to leverage Cloud Foundry to forge a new learning environment.  Forging a new learning environment with Jupyter Notebook The top dog of all interactive learning platforms is by far… Read More »

In this initial blog post of my new series, I’m going to show you can get to know Cloud Foundry better. For this we leverage the so called read-eval-print-loop (REPL). A REPL is a unique sandbox you can leverage to code in the environment your… Read More »