Analysis of component modelsPublic
Component-based software engineering (CBSE) has emerged as an attempt to build software with reusable parts. The objectives of this project were to examine the leading component models and explore the differences between them by implementing an identical test application from which, the structure, methodologies behind, performance, and actual source code content of the implementations was examined. While neither model is clearly better, the EJB model provides features that fulfill the marketplace expectations of what a modern component model provides.
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