14.1 A Tale of Two Design Paradigms
14.2 A Comparison of Goals
14.3 A Comparison of Fundamental Concepts
14.4 A Comparison of Design Principles
14.5 Guidelines for Designing Service-Oriented Classes
Chapter 4 established that one of the primary influences of service-orientation was the well established object-oriented design paradigm. There is much common ground between these two design philosophies. In fact, if it weren’t for the innovative design principles and patterns formalized by object-orientation, the service-oriented architectural model and ...