Once you clarify and implement the specifications for calling the Web application, data binding, data display and interaction in the Web application, your Web application is functionally complete.
However, keep in mind that you might want to display status information for the user in the Web application (such as the name of the query being executed, how up-to-date the data is, filter values that have been set), and design the layout of the Web application.
Also keep in mind that at runtime, Web applications are executed with the portal theme that is valid for the user. Adjust the portal theme therefore as required. For more information, see Formatting of Web Applications .
Displaying Additional Information
Design of the Layout
We recommend you to mainly use predefined Web items for the layout design as they are provided in the Web Application Designer. This allows you to reduce the use of your own HTML.