Placing an emphasis on the use of Enterprise Generation Language (EGL) as support for Web 2.0, this guide demonstrates how companies can use the innovative practices of Web 2.0 to compliment the usual techniques for automating business processes. Descriptions of a variety of concepts that are essential for understanding enterprise computing are provided, such as Model View Controller, multitiered environments, and service-oriented architecture. An overview of the internally consistent structure of EGL explains the long-term benefits of writing software in the language’s high-level constructs—which, in turn, reflect sets of patterns that are found in a variety of platforms—and includes an outline of runtime technologies supported by EGL.
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Publisher: MC Press
Page Count (est.): 333
Pub Date: 5/15/2009