org.qooxdoo:qooxdoo-sdk

qooxdoo-sdk is used to create a JAR of the qooxdoo SDK and provide it at Maven Central.


Keywords
backend-agnostic, framework, javascript, qooxdoo, ria, ui, uikit
License
EPL-1.0

Documentation

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About

qooxdoo is a universal JavaScript framework that enables you to create applications for a wide range of platforms. With its object-oriented programming model you build rich, interactive applications (RIAs), native-like apps for mobile devices, light-weight traditional web applications or even applications to run outside the browser.

You leverage its integrated tool chain to develop and deploy applications of any scale, while taking advantage of modern web technologies like HTML5 and CSS3, its comprehensive feature set and a state-of-the-art GUI toolkit. qooxdoo is open source under liberal licenses, led by a dedicated developer team, with a vibrant community.

For more information please see http://qooxdoo.org .

License

qooxdoo may be used under the terms of the MIT License.

For more information please see http://qooxdoo.org/license .

Quick start

It is easy to get started with qooxdoo. For detailed information please see github.com/qooxdoo/qooxdoo/docs.

API Reference

You might also want to open the API viewer in a separate browser window, which offers the qooxdoo framework API in a convenient way (See the top-level 'index.html' file next to this readme).

Contributing

There are many ways you can contribute to qooxdoo, ranging from providing feedback, making translations, providing a custom library to full-blown patches to the code. Please check our web site for details. Mind that for every patch to the repository we require an open bug in our issue tracker, and that commits to the repository will fall under qooxdoo's license terms.

Qooxdoo source code is hosted on github/qooxdoo and we use the standard Issue Tracker and Pull Requests feature.

Community

Online chat is available via Gitter at https://gitter.im/qooxdoo/qooxdoo (or using one of the Gitter desktop or mobile clients) - the core team hang out there, as do other developers who use Qooxdoo.

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