When you compile an application, the Elevate Web Builder uses the project's compiler search paths along with the component library search paths to determine where to look for units and control interface files. Please see the Modifying the Project Options and Modifying Environment Options topics for more information on modifying these search paths.
The HTML loader file contains all of the control interface files, form files, and database files in special tags in the header of the file.
An Elevate Web Builder application is typically loaded in a web browser via a URL that includes the HTML loader file for the application. Once the loader file is loaded in the web browser, the following steps occur:
Any control interfaces are loaded from the special tags in the HTML loader file.
Any auto-create forms and/or databases are created. During creation, the associated form or database files are loaded from the special tags in the HTML loader file.
Elevate Web Builder applications are designed to be loaded and then stay loaded until they are exited. They are not "page-oriented" like many web application or general web sites. You can, however, display HTML pages within an application by using the TBrowser control that is provided as part of the component library.