|Developer(s)||SAP SE and community|
1.50.7 / December 8, 2017
|License||Apache 2.0 License|
The team that started the project in 2009, that eventually lead to OpenUI5 was tasked with creating a new user interface (UI) for SAP applications. Objectives included a framework that was flexible, extensible, modern and would provide a consistent look and feel across SAP applications. In addition to this, at the time SAP's main UI framework was tightly coupled to its backend technology, becoming a bottleneck to UI improvements.
All OpenUI5 components are completely free, and there are no paid "premium" or "commercial" widgets:
OpenUI5 is best described as a one-stop-shop toolkit. It has everything you need to build web applications, while leaving enough flexibility to extend. And by the way, it's the only one that gives you full functionality for free. While other popular toolkits come as a free trial with paid versions for full functionality, OpenUI5 comes as a complete product by itself - no upsells, no paid premium.-- OpenUI5 Frequently Asked Questions
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