Frameworks, Standards Do The Grunt Work: Page 3


Innovate and Thrive: How to Compete in the API Economy

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Posted February 1, 2000

Paul Tindall

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Figure 1: Commercial frameworks let you focus on business logic. A framework, such as IBM's San Francisco, provides a development infrastructure that enables developers to build application components out of smart, reusable parts. These application components are then deployed as DCOM objects or Corba Server Objects or EJB Session Beans to a matching server that provides their execution environment.

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