About This Book
This book describes how to use Zen Mojo plugins. It is a supplement to the book Using Zen Mojo, which describes all other aspects of creating and distributing Zen Mojo applications.
The following chapters contain important introductory material, and describe special plugin classes that provide certain generic services to other plugins:
Working with Plugins — provides an overview of plugin structure and features, and describes common tasks that must be performed when adding plugins to your application.
Zen Mojo Default Page Manager and Helper Plugins — describes the generic page manager and a utility helper plugin that provides features used by most other helper plugins.
Helper Plugin for Bootstrap — describes support for the Twitter Bootstrap library.
Helper Plugin for Chart.js — describes support for the Chart.js library.
Helper Plugin for Google Maps — describes support for the Google Maps API.
Helper Plugin for Highcharts — describes support for the Highcharts library.
Helper Plugin for HTML5 — describes generic support for HTML5 elements.
Page Manager and Helper Plugins for ChocolateChip-UI — describes support for the ChocolateChip-UI framework.
Page Manager and Helper Plugins for Dojo — describes support for the Dojo Toolkit, including Dojo Dijit, Dojo 2D chart, and Dojo GridX.
Page Manager and Helper Plugins for jQuery Mobile — describes page manager and helper plugins for the jQuery Mobile framework.
The following chapters provide useful information that isn’t required to understand the earlier chapters:
Creating Plugins — describes the basic requirements and procedures for creating your own plugin classes
Using the Plugin Documentation and Widget Reference Apps — describes two Zen Mojo applications that provide additional documentation resources: Plugin Documentation provides detailed information on layout objects for each plugin, and the Widget Reference provides interactive widget samples with detailed descriptions and source code.
For a detailed outline, see the table of contents.
See Using Zen Mojo for details on creating and distributing Zen Mojo applications.
For general information about InterSystems documentation, see the InterSystems Documentation Guide.