Fiori CRM – iOS Application with Activity History

Introduction Welcome to part 5 of the blog series on exploring the SAP Cloud Platform SDK for iOS assistant. In this blog, we will add ...

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Introduction

Welcome to part 5 of the blog series on exploring the SAP Cloud Platform SDK for iOS assistant. In this blog, we will add a timeline to capture the historical activities related to a lead. The previous series of the blog include

Business Scenario

Sales executives are always in the field using their gadgets and engaged in the lead generation process. Often, they would like to have the information about their contacts and leads and would like to know the correspondence history or action items pending on a given lead.

Goal in this blog

To build the below application using Custom Fiori iOS Controls – TimeLine and TimeLineMarker

Let’s play with code

Create a view container to build the timeline information as shown. Include 3 prototype cells one each for Open TimelineMarker, Timeline and End TimelineMarker

In the TimeLineViewController implement the UITableViewDelegate, UITableViewDataSource classes

Implement the following functions

numberOfSections(in tableView: UITableView) -> Int {}

tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, numberOfRowsInSection section: Int) -> Int {}

tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, heightForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) -> CGFloat

{}

tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, cellForRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) -> UITableViewCell {}

tableView(_ tableView: UITableView, didHighlightRowAt indexPath: IndexPath) {}

 

General implementation for the TimeMarkerCell

let cell = tableView.dequeueReusableCell(withIdentifier: cellIdentifier, for: indexPath) as? TimelineCell

cell?.headlineText = infoText[indexPath.row]

cell?.subheadlineText = infoSubText[indexPath.row]

cell?.nodeImage = TimelineNode.complete

cell?.eventText = infoTime[indexPath.row]

cell?.eventImage = #imageLiteral(resourceName: “email”)

cell?.statusImage = #imageLiteral(resourceName: “reminder”)

cell?.subStatusText = “Active”

cell?.attributeText = “60min”

cell?.subAttributeText = “Completed”

 

Up Next: Watch for the next blog where we will add Touch ID login to the application


AUTHOR

Naveen Rokkam currently leads the Innovation Practice at Mindset. He is responsible for Product Development, research, and Innovation at Mindset. He is a technology evangelist and SAP Practioner with more than a decade experience in developing and implementing new Software Products using SAP. He was part of the Technology Innovation Platform group in SAP Labs and contributed toward the development of Netweaver 8.0, Process Integration and Business ByDesign. His research interests span across Internet-of-Things, Machine Learning, Big Data and Mobile App development.

SOURCE CODE

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Naveen Rokkam

Naveen Rokkam

Naveen Rokkam is a technology leader with a strong passion for strategy and management. In his role as Vice President of Strategic Accounts, he leads large scale digital transformation projects. He is passionate about exploring new ways to create remarkable solutions by leveraging the latest technologies. He is a regular speaker at SAP events including SAP TechED, SAPPHIRE, and ASUG events.

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