The ERP UI is an administrative application portal as well as a user interface development framework that provides developers with templates and features to help facilitate the implementation of a campus-approved, consistent user interface for administrative applications written in Python/Django
Just as UT Direct provides a consistent look and navigation scheme across all customer-facing pages, the ERP UI was created to provide the same consistency among administrative applications, as well as to address needed integration among web pages, the ability to locate web services, and consistent layouts and navigation.
The ERP UI adheres to an established set of best practices for administrative application development and interface design, which makes it richly featured and user oriented.
Staff can access applications in the ERP UI at: https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/erpui/landing/sitemap/
Developers should go to the ERP UI Styleguide located at: https://utdirect.utexas.edu/erp/styleguide/index.html for information about developing applications using the ERP UI.
- Page Types - Although business processes vary widely, ERP web applications tend to do many of the same things over and over–display information, present a form to be filled out, route a document. To take advantage of these similarities, we organized the ERP UI around a handful of different page types, each with a set of built-in components available for you to use by passing in parameters specific to your needs.
- Basic Framework Components - Action Bar, Titles, Metadata, Navigation, Toolbox
- HTML Structures and Content Area Helpers - Columns, Sections, Tables, Forms, Lists, Modal Dialogs, Pop-ups
The ERP UI is provided at no extra cost to the campus community.