Once you've created and configured your EWD Application Root Path, you're ready to start creating EWD applications. An EWD application is defined as a set of files with a file extension of .ewd that reside in a sub-path of the Application Root Path. The name of the application is also the name of the sub-path. For example, we might be defining an application named finance which consists of several files (or pages). If the Application Root Path was d:\ewdApps, then the finance application pages would be created and filed as follows:

  d:\ewdApps\finance\login.ewd
  d:\ewdApps\finance\mainMenu.ewd
  d:\ewdApps\finance\addDetails.ewd
  ...etc

An EWD page is simply a text file. To create an EWD page you can use any editing tool, including many HTML editors (eg DreamWeaver).

You don't need to specifically register new EWD applications or new EWD pages. EWD's compiler will automatically find them provided you've correctly configured the Application Root Path.