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3.BAS Basic Introduction.

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SAP BAS stands for SAP Business Application Studio.

Release and Versions

SAP Business Application Studio was officially released in February 2020. Since its initial release, SAP has continued to update and improve BAS, with several versions released to incorporate new features and enhancements. The platform is part of the SAP Cloud Platform and receives continuous updates as part of SAP’s cloud offerings.

Basic Introduction

SAP Business Application Studio (BAS) is a modern Integrated Development Environment (IDE) tailored for developing business applications. It offers a comprehensive development environment that combines the best of SAP Web IDE and various open-source tools, aimed at simplifying the development lifecycle for business applications.

BAS supports various programming languages, frameworks, and environments, making it a versatile tool for developers. Its key features include:

  • Integrated Development Environment: Combines advanced code editors, debugging tools, and a rich set of extensions.
  • Support for Multiple Languages and Frameworks: JavaScript, TypeScript, Java, and frameworks like SAP Fiori, CAP, and others.
  • Cloud-Based: Being part of the SAP Cloud Platform, it offers the flexibility of a cloud-based environment, facilitating collaboration and easy access to resources.
  • Extensibility: Allows developers to customize and extend the environment with additional tools and plugins.
  • Productivity Tools: Includes a range of productivity tools such as Git integration, task automation, and more.

Key Features

  • Modern IDE Features: Syntax highlighting, code completion, and real-time error detection.
  • Collaborative Development: Real-time collaboration features that allow multiple developers to work on the same project.
  • Integrated Debugging: Powerful debugging tools to troubleshoot and optimize code.
  • Rich Set of Extensions: Access to a wide range of extensions to add functionalities.
  • Seamless SAP Integration: Tight integration with SAP services and tools like SAP Fiori, CAP, and SAP Cloud Platform.

List of Shortcuts

General

  • Ctrl + Shift + P: Open Command Palette
  • Ctrl + P: Quick Open
  • Ctrl + S: Save current file
  • Ctrl + Shift + N: New window
  • Ctrl + W: Close current file
  • Ctrl + K, Ctrl + W: Close all files

File Operations

  • Ctrl + N: New file
  • Ctrl + O: Open file
  • Ctrl + Shift + S: Save all files
  • Ctrl + Shift + T: Reopen closed file

Editing

  • Ctrl + X: Cut line
  • Ctrl + C: Copy line
  • Ctrl + V: Paste
  • Ctrl + Z: Undo
  • Ctrl + Y: Redo
  • Ctrl + Shift + K: Delete line
  • Ctrl + Enter: Insert line below
  • Ctrl + Shift + Enter: Insert line above
  • Ctrl + D: Select word
  • Ctrl + L: Select line
  • Alt + Up/Down: Move line up/down
  • Ctrl + Shift + L: Select all occurrences
  • Ctrl + /: Toggle line comment
  • Shift + Alt + A: Toggle block comment
  • Alt + Shift + F: Format document
  • Ctrl + Space: Trigger suggestion

Navigation

  • Ctrl + Tab: Switch between open files
  • Ctrl + Shift + O: Go to symbol in file
  • Ctrl + T: Go to symbol in workspace
  • Ctrl + G: Go to line
  • Ctrl + Shift + M: Show Problems
  • F8: Go to next error or warning
  • Shift + F8: Go to previous error or warning
  • Ctrl + Shift + Tab: Navigate backward

Search

  • Ctrl + F: Find
  • Ctrl + H: Replace
  • F3 / Enter: Find next
  • Shift + F3 / Shift + Enter: Find previous
  • Alt + Enter: Select all matches
  • Ctrl + Shift + F: Find in files
  • Ctrl + Shift + H: Replace in files

Debugging

  • F9: Toggle breakpoint
  • F5: Start/Continue
  • F10: Step over
  • F11: Step into
  • Shift + F11: Step out
  • Ctrl + Shift + F5: Restart
  • Ctrl + Shift + F9: Remove all breakpoints

Integrated Terminal

  • Ctrl + `: Show integrated terminal
  • Ctrl + Shift + `: Create new terminal
  • Ctrl + C: Copy terminal selection
  • Ctrl + V: Paste into terminal
  • Ctrl + L: Clear terminal

File Explorer

  • Ctrl + Shift + E: Show Explorer
  • Ctrl + B: Toggle sidebar visibility

Version Control (Git)

  • Ctrl + Shift + G: Show Source Control
  • Ctrl + Enter: Commit
  • Ctrl + Shift + U: Stage all changes
  • Ctrl + K, Ctrl + U: Unstage all changes

View Management

  • Ctrl + 1: Focus into first editor group
  • Ctrl + 2: Focus into second editor group
  • Ctrl + 3: Focus into third editor group
  • Ctrl + K, Ctrl + Left: Focus into previous group
  • Ctrl + K, Ctrl + Right: Focus into next group
  • Ctrl + K, Ctrl + Up: Focus into above group
  • Ctrl + K, Ctrl + Down: Focus into below group

Extensions

  • Ctrl + Shift + X: Show Extensions
  • Ctrl + Shift + M: Manage extensions

Custom Shortcuts for UI5 Development

  • Ctrl + Shift + F1: Open UI5 API Reference (if configured)
  • Ctrl + Shift + J: Open JavaScript Console
  • Ctrl + Shift + I: Open Developer Tools
  • Ctrl + Shift + C: Inspect Element
  • Ctrl + Shift + F: Find in files (with UI5-specific filters, if configured)
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