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Google (Glasses) API ABAP client

28/5 2014

When developing Glassware, you have two API options that you can use separately or together: based on the design patterns that Google provides here, you can choose "The Glass Development Kit", "The Mirror API" or both together (Hybrid Glassware).

The Google Mirror API allows you to build web-based services that interact with Google Glass. It provides this functionality over a cloud-based API and does not require running code on Glass.

Google recommends that you use the official client libraries to develop on the Mirror API but... did Google ever think about the integration between SAP and Google Glasses? It seems not because these client libraries are available only in .NET, Dart, Go, Java, Javascript, Objective-C, Php, Python, Ruby.

Are you a google glasses pioneer? Are you a technology explorer? Are you an expert and strong developer?
Please collaborate on the Google API ABAP client project.

The framework is already working and you can see a demo here

Google Glasses and SAP integration

Being an SAP developer nowadays

2/9 2013

Over the past few years we have experienced an innovation era in SAP. Mobile, Cloud and In-Memory are now the three foundations of enterprise computing and they are bringing a new life into the possibility to enrich and improve enterprise business.

Most of the people are talking about this innovation as a great step forward for the transformation of the "old style" SAP to a new one close to the current need of performing business quicker, anywhere and anytime, and they encourage customers to move into the innovation.

Innovation is absolutely great from a business point of view but what about the technical one? Many SAP developers are asking: "Are we ready to embrace this innovation?"

The question is properly valid in the terms on what you are questioning. There are, basically, two kinds of developers: "the gazelle" that fears this innovation because he considers himself of being already out of the game and "the lion" that enjoys it and he is ready on his mark for the challenge.

As an old quote says, "It doesn't matter whether you are a lion or a gazelle: when the sun comes up, you'd better be running", we, developers, are all in the game but we need to train ourselves in order to find our spot into the field and perform well.

Read more here the evolution of SAP Developers

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