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Object-oriented Analysis & Design

  • An Object-oriented Application Framework is a kind of large-scale design that describes how a program is decomposed into a set of interacting objects. A framework is a reusable design expressed as a set of abstract classes and the way their instances collaborate. The most important part of a framework is the way that a system is divided into its components. Frameworks reuse the internal interfaces of a system, and its functions are divided among its components. Polymorphism among sibling classes allows wide variety of components to be processed in the same protocol provided by the framework. It fosters the separate and adaptive evolution of each part by the plug-and-play style component based development.

Enterprise application development with object-oriented application framework

  • Benefits of using components and frameworks
    - Reduced risk and reduced cost of project deployment
    - Reusable application code
    - A faster and improved rapid development
    - Utilization of staff across different project solutions
    - Assembly and integration

adaptive workflow management, object-oriented frameworks, Web service, resource management, resource management, organizational resource, role, resource resolution

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