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Avatar BillHenn on 2010-07-22

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A new application architecture as an alternative to composite architectures such as Prism.
"The goals of this architecture are to: •Localize component interdependencies •Make contracts between components explicit •Connect the components via a configuration file (allowing for quick reconfiguration and reuse), and •Allow components to be developed in isolation, without the need for an application infrastructure to drive them The basic idea is that there is an extended chain of small services (the service tree). Each service performs one function only, and is tightly coupled to its neighbours above and below it in the chain. Communication of events passes up and down the tree, allowing events to be contextualized and translated in the process."
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