One of the more complex WaveMaker applications is the Studio. That's right, Studio is itself an application built out of WaveMaker widgets and using the runtime and server. Being the large, complex application we use to build applications, it can sometimes be difficult to understand where the runtime ends and Studio begins. With that said, Studio remains a treasure trove of examples and ideas to explore.
Let's open a finder, explorer, shell, or however you prefer to view the file system of a WaveMaker Studio installation. Let's look in the
studio folder. If you've installed WaveMaker to
c:\program files\WaveMaker\6.5.3.Release, the default on Windows, we're looking at
c:\program files\WaveMaker\6.5.3.Release\studio ...