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Program Generators with XML and Java

by J. Craig Cleaveland

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Using Java and XML, you can now create "wizard-like" program generators that automate much of the work of software development -- and deliver productivity improvements of up to 100x. In this book, former Bell Laboratories Distinguished Staff Member J. Craig Cleaveland demonstrates how to do it -- often, with little or no additional coding. Using extensive practical examples, Program Generators with Java and XML walks you through every technique, and every step. Cleaveland identifies off-the-shelf tools you can use to quickly building program generators; then introduces Domain Analysis techniques for determining the terminology, boundaries, commonalities, and variabilities of software families. Next, you'll master Domain Implementation: processes and tools for efficiently generating customized software. Cleaveland accounts for run-time and compile-time variabilities; then shows how to use XML documents as input, and use the DOM and SAX APIs to read and analyze them. You'll learn how to use JavaServer Pages and Xpath/XSLT to generate customized software; and how to create reusable architectures. Use this book to extend the advantages of code generation throughout your custom applications -- and get to market faster, with better reliability and lower costs. Part of the Prentice Hall Charles F. Goldfarb XML Series.

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