How to code with a DCjs app and how to build a database.
Its core principles are based on object-oriented programming.
In this article, we will learn to build our first app using the DCjs framework.
We will be building an Android app that displays news from Twitter, and then we will go on to use DCjs to interact with that app.
We will build a Twitter app, which will display tweets on a large, simple, and clean Android app.
We use the DCJS framework for our app, but there are other approaches that are also useful for this purpose.
The app we will be using is called The Daily Tweet.
The app uses a Twitter API to read tweets and then converts them into JSON documents, which are then loaded into the app.
The JSON documents contain the current time, the latest tweets, and the most recent trending topics.
The first few rows of the JSON document are the current tweets, while the last row is the most recently tweeted tweets.
We need to build the first few columns, as well as the first row, to be displayed in the app, so we will start by creating the columns.
We need to create a database in order to populate our columns, so let’s create the database first.
First, we create a new database for the app to use.
We create a table named app.js, and we then add the following code to it:The app.ts file is responsible for the initialization of the app data structure.
We initialize a database with the name app.
Then, we insert the following data into the database:In this example, we add the tweets, which can be accessed from the Twitter API.
We then add a table called posts, and add a column called newest to it.
We also insert a row to the database named newest.js that contains the latest trending topics for each tweet.
Finally, we also add a row called latest trending topic to the posts table.
We also need to populate the database, which we do by adding a new column to the table called newest.json, which contains the most trending topics of the latest tweet.
This column is required for the application to work, so it will be added to the top of the database.
The following code will populate the newest.
json table with the most trends:Finally, we need to add a new row to our database named oldest, and populate the table with data from the most upvoted tweets:We can now start building our app.
To get the code, click the + icon in the toolbar, and type the following:When we hit enter, we are presented with the editor that we have used for our project to create our app project.
The editor will display the following command prompt:This command prompt allows us to quickly add new code to our app:We then need to type the code we want to add.
To add a user-created method, we simply type:And then type the name of the method:After typing the name, the editor will provide a link to add the method to our project.
To save the command prompt, click Save, and save the changes.
Finally, the app will start, and you can see the new app in your project.
When we are ready to build, we go back to the debugger and type:When the app is built, we can run it in our terminal by typing:When our app is ready to run, we just have to open the app in the IDE.
We can also see that our app has completed loading, and that we are getting a tweet from the official Twitter API:Now, we have created a new Android app and have added our tweets to the application.
We now need to use our Android app to display the tweet data, and interact with it.
We can use our app to search for a specific tweet.
We add a function named searchTweet.js to our main module, and call the search function from within the app:Once the search is complete, we want it to display a notification about the tweet we just searched for.
We call the notification function from our main application module, which displays a notification in our Android window.
The first thing we need is to get the tweets data.
The way we get the data is by using the Google API.
To create a request, we must use the GetJSON method.
To query for the data, we call the Query method.
Finally we can use the Query API to get an array of tweets that match the search query:This is where the magic happens.
In our query API, we find a query that matches the search, and return the array containing the tweets we matched the query against. For