We hope you found the Getting Started tutorial instructive and useful. You have learned:
A few basic ideas: what StreamBase does; some of the problems it can be used to solve; how data flows into and out of StreamBase applications.
How to start StreamBase Studio, and to create a project and generate stub applications.
How to develop applications using the EventFlow graphical module editor.
How to define input streams and schemas, operators, and output streams.
How typechecking ensures that data can flow through the application without errors.
How to run an application in the SB Test/Debug perspective and feed sample data into it.
Many aspects of using StreamBase Studio are explained in a series of video tutorials.
The recommended starting point is https://devzone.tibco.com/display/LEARN/StreamBase+EventFlow+Tutorials.
If that URL is not available, you can use this alternative, which has the same videos, but lacks the learning exercises.
The demos and samples installed with StreamBase demonstrate many more features than the simple application featured in this tutorial. To run the installed Demos, switch to the SB Demos perspective and follow the dialogs. For more information and pointers to the installed samples, see Loading Samples in Studio in the Samples Guide.
To get more information about using the StreamBase operators and related components of StreamBase applications, see the Authoring Guide.
Details about testing your applications can be found in the Test/Debug Guide.
For information about StreamBase adapters, see the Adapters Guide.
To learn about writing clients and custom programs that interact with StreamBase applications, see the API Guide.