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23rd
Sep 2017
Jean-Jacques Dubray
@jdubray
Sep 23 2017 08:18
@maxime1992 the long answer is that I wrote 3 of this kind of "enterprise" frameworks: http://www.esito.no/en/products/g9/g9productdescription/
One of them related to that patent: https://patents.justia.com/patent/20080092068
plus a back-end framework: http://www.chorusjs.com/chorus.pdf
Jean-Jacques Dubray
@jdubray
Sep 23 2017 08:23
One of these framework was a cross platform mobile framework: https://www.ebpml.org/canappi-getting-started-guide.pdf
Then a number of standards such as SDO and SCA (which were thought to be the nextgen JEE at some point)
SDO = service data object
SCA = service component architecture
Jean-Jacques Dubray
@jdubray
Sep 23 2017 08:48
That's the full mobile framework documentation: https://www.ebpml.org/canappi-getting-started-rc1.pdf
Maxime
@maxime1992
Sep 23 2017 14:06
@jdubray Ok this is interesting thanks :smiley:
I'm completely overwhelmed right now but I hope I can find some time to dig into the doc.
Rob Siera
@robsiera
Sep 23 2017 14:22
@jdubray, would a typical app have only 1 NAP function that evaluates the model to see if any next action needs to occur?
Jean-Jacques Dubray
@jdubray
Sep 23 2017 18:58
@maxime1992 I wouldn't waste too much time on it, just wanted to give you an idea of where I was coming from.
@robsiera, yes, I have only one nap function, but like actions, acceptors and reactors, it's made up of mutually exclusive building blocks. I don't know if you have seen the basic component model of some of the samples I have been creating?
I don't have a lot of code in nap, but as I mentioned before, when it is needed, that's trully the best place to put it.
Rob Siera
@robsiera
Sep 23 2017 20:07
Thx I just had a look. here I see that you are not using Sam-Safe?