Tuesday, June 17, 2008
define "composite applications". define "mashups"
Composite applications involve a “service-oriented” wiring between applications and are deployed to enterprise platforms. This event-based wiring of data between applications can create a dynamic desktop where, as the workflow inside one application is completed, all other applications that rely on this application can reflect the change. The completed application is then placed in the background and the user focuses on the next task. This enables not only component reuse within an organization, but also provides a framework for application reuse across the business. In this way, both line of business (LOB) and Information Technology (IT) applications can be integrated together on the desktop.
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