Static Hello World

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Static HTML Hello World App


Last updated on April 21, 2019

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Static Hello World

This example illustrates how to create a space with a simple static HTML page. You can optionally include some client-side CSS and JavaScript code.

Once an html file is created in a space, you can designate it as the start file for the workspace by simply right-clicking the file in the Files tree, selecting Properties, and checking App Start File.

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