For the starry–eyed Fiori Developer
If you are a Fiori developer, you will love this. If you are on a Fiori/UI5 app, by the click of a button you can explore which UI5 controls were used in it. Shift+Click to navigate to UI5 explorer. SAPUI5, OPENUI5 http://scn.sap.com/community/fiori/blog/2015/08/03/fiori-stars-20-released Disclaimer: Fiori is a trademark of SAP and I am an individual not directly associated with SAP.
- (2018-09-26) Ransome Mathias: Thank you for creating this plug in. Deserves way more reviews.:)
- (2016-10-08) Вячеслав Ермаков: Великолепный инструмент
- (2015-09-08) Robert Eijpe: Great work
- (2015-08-04) 赵伟: excellent
- (2015-07-29) Syambabu Allu: Interesting..:)
- (2015-07-12) Guillaume GARCIA: Would be nice to think of a "meta-explorer". For instance, the extension would go through the entire application and build the tree of all used components (with the number of times they are used). Then, from this single tree, you would navigate through the SAPUI5 Explored
- (2015-07-12) virinchy p: That's interesting.This would save most of my time in analyzing the controls of interesting apps by checking back the developer console.
- (2017-01-18, v:2.7) viswa teja: Show fragment name
Hi Krishna, I really love this extension and save a lot time for me.It would be good if you show the fragment name also. Regards, Viswa
- (2016-10-12, v:2.4) Jonas Brand: Name conflict #overlay
This extension is injecting CSS code for #overlay to any website you're visiting, which causes conflicts on websites where this ID is used on HTML elements. Would be better if you use something less common than #overlay to avoid this kind of conflicts, e.g. #overlayFioriStars. Regards Jonas
- (2015-09-18, v:2.3) How does this work? COnt'
Same here... seems to be a MAC problem. On a PC it works
- (2015-08-12, v:2.3) Dave Fish: How does this work?
I installed the extension but when I click on the button in the toolbar nothing happens. Thanks, Dave