Component software beyond object- oriented programming. Author(S) Clemens Szyperski. Publication. Data. Harlow, England: Addison – Wesley. Publication. Component Software: Beyond Object-Oriented Programming by Clemens Szyperski. ISBN This new book has been touted as a paradigm- shifter. In Component Software, Second Edition, Clemens Szyperski has updated his definitive guide to software component technologies, their technical and business .
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Contents part one Motivation components and markets. Design and Use of Software Architectures: Aaron rated it liked it Feb 03, Exceptions and exception handling. Where protramming software component technology today?
Component Software: Beyond Object-Oriented Programming (ACM Press)
Preview — Component Software by Clemens Szyperski. Too many competing standards are not useful. Inheritance—more knots than meet the eye. Object languages and types. He has published numerous papers and articles, several books, and frequently presents at international events.
Living without implementation inheritance. No eBook available Amazon. The majority of hopes that computer scientists attached to the concept of component technology since the ‘s have never been fulfilled. Desmond D’Souza and Alan Wills Direct and indirect interfaces. Jim D’Ambrosia rated it it was ok Jan 05, Dress code—formal or informal? Safety by construction—viability of components. From class to object composition. ACM Press- Computers – pages.
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Naming and locating services. Representation invariants and method refinements. Typing the specialization interface. Inheritance—the soup of the day? Services supporting architecture using fine-grained objects.
On the wire—the rise of XML. The author draws on his own experience to offer tried-and-tested solutions programmiing common problems and novel approaches to potential pitfalls.
Computer Associates’ Advantage Plex. Fundamental properties of component technology. New forms of object and component abstraction. Types, interfaces, and components.
Different programming methods for different programmers. Services supporting enterprise distributed computing. Components are for composition. Hierarchical model view separation.
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