Aspect-oriented software development

Auteur: Robert E. Filman ; Tzilla Elrad ; Siobhan Clarke ; Mehmet Aksit
Editeur : Addison-Wesley
En bibliothèque depuis le 19 décembre 2011
Cote : 150-05-05A

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Coverage includes
  • Using AOSD to streamline complex systems development without sacrificing flexibility or scalability

  • How AOSD builds on the object-oriented paradigm—and how it's different

  • State-of-the-art best practices for the AOSD development process

  • Languages and foundations: separating concerns, filter technologies, improving modularity, integrating new features, and more

  • Using key AOSD tools, including AspectJ, Hyper/J, JMangler, and Java Aspect Components

  • Engineering aspect-oriented systems: UML, concern modeling and elaboration, dependency management, and aspect composition

  • Developing more secure applications with AOSD techniques

  • Applying aspect-oriented programming to database systems

  • Building dynamic aspect-oriented infrastructure

The definitive aspect-oriented software development reference:

Practical solutions for the challenge of software complexity

Today, software engineers must build systems that address an increasingly wide range of technical, business, and performance concerns. Doing so using conventional object-oriented techniques, they often find themselves producing tangled, incorrect, difficult-to-maintain code. Aspect-oriented software development (AOSD) overcomes this problem by enabling them to express concerns separately, and then compose modularized expressions into reliable, effective systems.

In this book, four leaders in AOSD development bring together today's most significant advances. Drawing on contributions from the field's leading researchers, they introduce fundamental AOSD concepts, present new technologies for AOSD engineering and programming, and detail early application experiences with AOSD methods.

Aspect-oriented development has come of age. If you're an experienced software engineer or architect, this foundation reference is all you need to start applying it in real-world systems.