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What is Component-Based Framework

Encyclopedia of Internet Technologies and Applications
A Web application framework that encapsulates the processing logic into modular components with the implementation details of request handling abstracted, independent from the incoming request protocols at the transport level.
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Java Web Application Frameworks
Tony C. Shan (Bank of America, USA) and Winnie W. Hua (CTS Inc., USA)
Copyright: © 2008 |Pages: 8
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-993-9.ch039
In the information systems environment, a framework is a well-defined structural and behavioral model in which applications can be organized and developed. A framework may consist of a variety of artifacts to help design, develop and glue together various components of an application, such as common services, interfaces, reusable modules, code utilities, scripting capability, technology stack, runtime environment, integration, security, platform, process, persistence, storage, communications, and other packages/libraries.
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