Implementing UX: UX Lesson 1


II. Implementing UX: UX Lesson 1

UX Lesson 1: Can we build the UX App?

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  • 1 Implementing UX
  • 2 UX App: Now that you have a better idea of MVC, UX Models, and UX Views, are you ready to build a simple UX App? Let’s do it.
  • 3 UX Model: Here’s our plan. In our example, we’ll build a simple UX App with 3 fields and 3 buttons. For our UX Model, we’ll define the model metadata, add a data source, and add a few data-source fields.
  • 4 UX View: For our UX View, we’ll define the web-view metadata and metadata connections, set up the WebViewSync, add an HTML file, and design the file with a few HTML components and elements. Sounds good?
  • 5 Tools: Now, before we begin, make sure that you have 3 things ready. A TRIRIGA environment, the WebViewSync tool, and the HTML editor of your choice. You can find and download the WebViewSync file from IBM developerWorks.
  • 6 Optional Step: As an optional step, feel free to create a new test module and test BO for these examples. Add 3 fields to your BO, update the BO mapping, and publish. Or if you’re more comfortable with an existing BO, that works too. You can skip this step. So, are you ready for the next step?
  • Quiz Question 1
  • Quiz Question 2

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