To begin I will create a new application using the framework IDE plugin.
Launch Revolution and don't open any other stacks. It is nice to start with a clean environment so we don't have any stack name conflicts.
To create a new application I open the glxApplicationProperties plugin by choosing the Development > Plugins menu item.
When the plugin opens I am presented with the screen used to create a new application.
I click on the first Choose... button.
I then select the folder that the Article Maestro.rev stack file is in as the folder to build my application in.
I like to organize application files in a folder named components. Now I am going to tell the plugin to use this subfolder by clicking the second Choose... button.
In the dialog that appears I create a components folder (1) and I select it (2).
And this is what the plugin window looks like now. I click on the Create New Application button to create the application.
The plugin will now create a new GLX Application Framework application and the plugin window will display the various tabs for configuring the application.
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Sep 08, 2016
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