Chapter 6. Exit Fuseactions
“If you’re going to have centralization, why not have it!”
——Frank Lloyd Wright
In the lexicon of Fusebox 3, exit fuseactions (XFAS) are one of the “power tools” that help improve the modularity of Fusebox applications and encourage code reuse. An XFA is an application of a well-respected programming principle (applying variables in place of hard-coded values) to a specific situation (carrying processing from one fuseaction to the next).
This chapter examines what fuseactions are, how they are used, and why they were adopted for Fusebox 3.