eb Dynpro is a revolutionary web application UI technology developed by SAP, and exists in ABAP and JAVA. Because Web Dynpro is continuously updated in both these languages (ABAP and JAVA), choosing one over the other depends more on business requirements, and less on which one is the superior technology.
Web Dynpro is founded on a simple principle: "Minimize coding, maximize design" helping SAP developers focus more on the visual aspects of web-based applications than on repetitive coding tasks. With the use of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) Paradigm, SAP lets us separate the business logic and presentation (or visual) aspects of our applications and link them together using Controllers.
The minimization of coding is achieved with predefined blocks of code performing most of the standard functions; this declarative approach simplifies most standard tasks exponentially.
Web Dynpro facilitates Multi-Channel access and can be accessed from a variety of devices and uses simple easily adjusted navigation; this is a very important feature for collaboration.
- The main advantages of Web Dynpro lay in its ability to quickly create Standardized Web-based applications quickly. The diverse access to backend data and applications is another great advantage to Web Dynpro. Remote Function Calls, JEE and Web Service access are all supported. Web Dynpro uses a simple context mapping and data binding features to allow easy access to backend data.
- Web Dynpro is aimed at supporting structured development. By using Web Dynpro Components as software modularization units, we can build complex applications by combining these components.
- Web Dynpro facilitates Multi-Channel access and can be accessed from a variety of devices and uses simple easily adjusted navigation; this is a very important feature for collaboration.
- Web Dynpro is also easily integrates existing classes, this component re-use truly makes Web Dynpro worthwhile in any sector.