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 the world's largest web host 1&1, with a vibrant community.
For more information please see http://qooxdoo.org .
qooxdoo may be used under the terms of either the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) or the Eclipse Public License (EPL). As a recipient of qooxdoo, you may choose which license to receive the code under.
Please make sure you understand the dual license of qooxdoo and the rights and obligations that come with it. See the top-level license.txt file for more details.
For more information please see http://qooxdoo.org/license .
It is easy to get started with qooxdoo. For detailed information please see http://manual.qooxdoo.org/3.6/pages/getting_started.html .
For the impatient, here is a short version:
Use the './create-application.py' script to setup a new application. This will create a minimal directory structure of an application, which is ready to be built and run. Within the newly created application folder run the command 'generate.py source-all' to generate a development version of your app. Open 'source/index.html' in your browser and see your first application in action. You can then go on and extend it into an application of your liking by changing the 'Application.js' class file below the 'source/class/' folder.
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).
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.
For more information see http://qooxdoo.org/community/contribution .