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commit fa9dd442a0026164518c7260e8bee2227c4c30d8
Author: Larry de Oliveira Lira Junior <larry....@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Dec 10 12:07:58 2015 -0800

    Wiki page javascript_tutorial changed with summary [] by Larry de Oliveira 
Lira Junior
---
 pages/tutorial/javascript_tutorial.txt | 6 +++---
 1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pages/tutorial/javascript_tutorial.txt 
b/pages/tutorial/javascript_tutorial.txt
index 39614ef..d3b04a9 100644
--- a/pages/tutorial/javascript_tutorial.txt
+++ b/pages/tutorial/javascript_tutorial.txt
@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ win.setVisible(true);
 ====Twitter Example====
 
 <note tip>
-You find this example in 
''elementary_source/src/examples/twitter_example_01.js''
+You find complete twitter example in 
''elementary_source/src/examples/twitter_example_01.js''
 </note>
 
 This is a more complex example, with edje theme and some external 
requirements. We need install ''request'' and ''twitter'' module, for this use 
the ''npm'' (node.js package manager) it downloads and installs all necessary 
to use this modules.
@@ -174,8 +174,7 @@ Make a new file stream with ''fs.createWriteStream'', 
download the image to file
     }
 </code>
 
-
-For each tweet we create a new Elm.Layout with theme defined in 
''twitter_example_01.edj'', using layout method ''setfile'', ''setText'' is 
used to define a new text to Edje elements in theme. To have a formatted text 
we used Elm.Entry and added this widget into theme using ''setContent'' layout 
method
+For each tweet we make a new Elm.Layout and set a theme using ''setfile'', 
''setText'' is used to define a new text to Edje elements in theme. To have a 
formatted text we used Elm.Entry to main tweet text and added this widget into 
theme using ''setContent'' layout method
 <code javascript>
         for(i=0; i < tweets.length; i++){
             var layout = new elm.Elm.Layout(win);
@@ -190,4 +189,5 @@ For each tweet we create a new Elm.Layout with theme 
defined in ''twitter_exampl
             layout.contentSet("tweet_text", entry);
 
             item = list.itemAppend("", layout, null, null, null);
+        }
 </code>

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