<Your first-name>'s apps(referred to as your personal workspace from now on) consisting of multiple templates. In this tutorial, we'll create our Catalog app under the same workspace.
An app on Appsmith is a standalone software-application solving a specific use-case. It can consist of one or more web-pages.
The Entity Explorer pane on the left side of the screen is a place where you can create and organize UI widgets and data sources. Additionally, you can also find different integrations that you can utilize under these sections.
Pages: This directory is a container for all the web-pages and their configuration of your app. Under this directory, you can create and organize different pages based on the tool or application you're building.
Page1directory contains all entities required to render the corresponding web-page.
Widgets: This directory is a container for all the widgets that will be part of the web-page
Page1. You can think of Widgets as simple UI Components for your web-page, like a form or a table. By default, this directory doesn't have any pre-configured widgets.
Datasources: The datasources directory is a container consisting of all API's and queries that Page1 connects to.
A page in Appsmith is where the three building blocks of your app - Widgets, APIs, and DB Queries come together to create a view.