Chapter 5. Building a Domain-Specific Language for Connectable Web Parts

The notion of software factories is one of the most important contemporary trends in software architecture. The main promise of software factories is the industrialization of software development, thus increasing productivity and decreasing development costs dramatically.

The ultimate goal of this chapter is to show you how to develop a part of a software factory; we will show you how to develop a domain-specific language (DSL) for creating connectable web parts. If you want to succeed in developing such a language, it is essential that you have a solid understanding of the web part connection framework. If you do not possess this knowledge already, this chapter will help ...

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