7.5. The Code

The code for this application is broken out into multiple source files, similarly to how the previous few applications have been in that each file, generally, relates to a particular UI element.

Naturally, though, the first one we're looking at doesn't!

7.5.1. SQLWorkbench.js

Now we start with the true code for this application, beginning with the contents of SQLWorkbench.js. You can see the UML diagram for this class in Figure 7-4. Its members include 8 fields and 17 methods. Many of these are not defined in SQLWorkbench.js, so my intention is to introduce each as they are encountered in whatever source file we happen to be examining at the time.

Figure 7.4. UML class diagram of the SQLWorkbench class

As I mentioned earlier, ...

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