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qooxdoo by Rajesh Kumar Bachu, Mohamed Raffi

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Time for action - writing classes for Team Twitter

Now that we have learnt the basics of object-oriented concepts of the qooxdoo framework, let's write a few classes for our Team Twitter application.

  1. To start building our Team Twitter application, let's first identify the widgets that we need to develop. Let's start our coding with the following items for our Team Twitter application:
    • UserLoginForm (creates the UI for the login form)
    • SignUpForm (creates the UI for the signup form)
    • Tweet widget or form
  2. Let's decide how these forms should finally look. This section shows the screenshots of the forms that we need to develop. We will write the classes in step 3 to develop the Login form, the Sign Up Form, and the tweet widget or form.
  3. We had a look at ...

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