This screencast uses WaveMaker 6.4.2 to show how to create a many-to-many database and simple application using WaveMaker Studio. The data model created uses Authors and Books. An author writes multiple books. A Book may have multiple authors. [7:56]
You may already know that in WaveMaker 6.3, all of the Enterprise and Community Edition features are available in the same version - all free, all open source. Learn about all the other improvements we've been busily implementing. For a complete list, see the release notes.
Did you know that WaveMaker server is actually a Spring application? That means that all of Spring's capabilities are available to you from WaveMaker. And since Spring continues to be the leading platform for building and running enterprise-class Java applications, that set of capabilities is - to say the least - extensive. Learn more in this video. Slides and code here.
The 6.1 release brought significant enhancements to WaveMaker: One-click deployment to the cloud; automated multi-tenancy and secure, tenant ID-based data isolation; dynamic widget loading for up to 500% faster performance; rich text editor, Twitter feed and other widgets; and improved SVN integration for team development.
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See how to build the multi-tenant sample application EnterTweet and deploy it onto the cloud.
WaveMaker allows software developers to produce Rich Internet Applications in record time. In this screencast, WaveMaker architect Jim Barton shows you how to build a simple RSS Feed Reader from scratch in 10 minutes.
Watch how to build a simple Web 2.0 application that integrates with the Yahoo! Search REST API, accepts a query string and shows a summary collection of Yahoo! Search results, retrieves Web content identified from search, and integrates with a corporate-style database application in 15 minutes.
Watch how to create a basic CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) page in just a few minutes with WaveMaker.
Enterprise-ready data widgets (data objects on the palette) automate the work needed to connect visual web components to enterprise data - eliminating the need for hand coding to build applications that display & edit table-based information.
WaveMaker can easily act as a "plug-in" to the Eclipse IDE. Java experts can use Eclipse to create custom Java services that can be accessed as drag and drop elements within the WaveMaker studio. Note that Eclipse examples start at minute 8 of this screencast.
WaveMaker makes importing & working with a WSDL (Web Service Definition Language) as straightforward as importing & working with a database.
When you don't have a WSDL, you can use WaveMaker's "Build a Service" feature to import & create a RESTful WSDL based on a sample call to that web service.