Maqetta means mockup, Part 2, Write custom JavaScript for your Maqetta mobile UI

Develop an interactive UI prototype with JavaScript and the Dojo Toolkit

From the developerWorks archives

Tony Erwin

Date archived: December 13, 2016 | First published: March 11, 2013

As you learned in Part 1 of this series, Maqetta is a WYSIWYG application that makes it easy to design a sophisticated desktop or mobile UI without writing any code. But what if you need a richer UI that responds to user input in more advanced ways? In this follow-up article, Tony Erwin walks you through the process of enhancing your Maqetta mobile UI with custom JavaScript using Dojo and the Dojo Mobile library.

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