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  • Title Naked Objects
  • Author(s) Richard Pawson and Robert Matthews
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (2003-01-06)
  • Hardcover 290 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10/ASIN: 0470844205/B01A64PQBM
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470844205
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Book Description

Naked Objects for Java is a full-stack open source application development framework, designed to let you rapidly develop domain-driven business applications. The aim of this book is to introduce you to the concept of designing business systems from naked objects, and to enable you to start building such systems using the Naked Objects framework.

Naked Objects is a radical approach that exposes the core business objects directly to the user, instead of masking them behind a task-oriented user interface. This invaluable book describes the business case for designing systems this way, outlines a lightweight methodology that you can adopt, and provides a short tutorial.

  • Defines "Naked Objects"-an Open Source toolkit for prototyping expressive systems that you can freely download
  • Covers theory and practice, and includes several real-life illustrations of Naked Objects in practice
  • Contains all the information necessary to construct a Naked Objects project
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