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Tuscany SCA in Action by Simon Nash, Haleh Mahbod, Raymond Feng, Mark Combellack, Simon Laws

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Part 4. Exploring the Tuscany runtime

You’ve now learned how to use Tuscany to design, develop, deploy, and run SCA applications. We hope you’ve enjoyed the SCA experience of writing service components and composing them into applications without having to struggle with infrastructure plumbing. How does this plumbing magic happen? Can you extend it? Part 4 will answer these questions for those who are interested in embedding Tuscany in their environment or extending Tuscany to support additional implementation and binding technologies.

Chapter 13, “Tuscany runtime architecture,” will describe key aspects of the Tuscany internals to help you understand the overall architecture of Tuscany. The chapter will walk you though the primary building ...

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