The Explore command is the quickest and easiest way for you to create apps in Maple. If you simply follow the steps in any of the examples above in your worksheet, you can simply save your worksheet and you will have a working app!
If you would like to clean up your app a bit, here are some more suggestions:
First, keep in mind that when Explore creates the table of embedded components, this is treated like output in Maple. Similar to other commands in Maple, if you change or remove your original Explore command call, the values in the inserted components will also change or be removed.
To retain the inserted embedded components in a more permanent way, you can copy and paste the whole inserted table containing the embedded components. If you copy and paste the whole inserted table elsewhere in the current worksheet then its components will function just as the original does, even if the original Explore command and its own output table is deleted.
If you would like to try this, simply do the following:
1. Go to one of the above examples and highlight the plot and slider. You will need to highlight the whole table, so select an area before the plot and drag your mouse down to an area after the slider component.
2. Right click on the selection and choose Copy.
3. Paste the contents elsewhere in the worksheet, delete the original call to the Explore command and its output.
4. Move any preliminary code that you want hidden into the Startup region of the worksheet.
5. Save your worksheet and you have created a brand new standalone app!