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What Are Composite Applications? January 18, 2007

Posted by Patricio in Software Engineering.
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Composition refers to a way of delivering enterprise solutions by assembling them from prebuilt components, instead of building them from scratch. It also includes personalization and customization abilities, so that users can easily and quickly modify specific functionality in the solution. This book will also show that moving to a composition architecture requires a fundamental shift in thinking, both for solution providers and end users of enterprise solutions. This is analogous to getting a prefabricated house assembled for you, instead of having it custom-built.

However the benefits are substantial, as composition provides the means to achieve agility, adaptability, and alignment in the enterprise.

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