This manual should give you the information you need to start developing ActiveWAFL applications. If you are looking for more advanced topics, check out the How To's or try the links under the Reference menu.
Using an IDE with ActiveWAFL
It is recommended that you develop ActiveWAFL applications in an IDE that provides code-hints, such as Netbeans or Eclipse. To enable code-hints, download a local copy of ActiveWAFL + DblEj and add both paths to the project's include files.
These terms will pop-up often when discussing ActiveWAFL, so it's a good idea to get familiar with them.
Program that encapsulates some amount of related data, functionality, and/or UI's.
Every ActiveWafl application has a top-level namespace for all of the code specific to that application.
Contains an application's Data Models, Functional Models, Request Handlers / Mvc Controllers, Presentation Templates, utilities, and API Handlers.
Other than Global Event Handlers and Global Scripts, all of your application's code should be beneath this namespace.
The majority of most ActiveWAFL applications are coded against the DblEj library.