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Building object applications that work [electronic resource] : your step-by-step handbook for developing robust systems with object technology / Scott W. Ambler.

By: Ambler, Scott W, 1966-.
Contributor(s): Object Magazine.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Managing object technologies series: 9.Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York : New York : Cambridge University Press ; SIGS Books, c1998Description: 1 online resource (xxix, 476 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0511002165 (electronic bk.); 9780511002168 (electronic bk.); 9780511584947 (electronic bk.); 0511584946 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Object-oriented methods (Computer science) | Application software -- Development | COMPUTERS -- Programming -- Object Oriented | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Building object applications that work.DDC classification: 005.1/17 Other classification: 54.99 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Ch. 1. Where We've Been Before -- Object-Oriented Concepts and Techniques -- Ch. 2. Bubbles and Lines -- Useful Diagrams for Object-Oriented Analysis and Design -- Ch. 3. Improving Your Design -- A Class-Type Architecture -- Ch. 4. Reusing Your Development Efforts -- Object-Oriented Patterns -- Ch. 5. Development in the 90s and Beyond -- Designing Distributed Object-Oriented Applications -- Ch. 6. Measuring and Improving the Quality of Your Work -- Object-Oriented Metrics -- Ch. 7. Choosing an Object-Oriented Language -- Comparing the Leading Languages -- Ch. 8. Building Your Application -- Effective Object-Oriented Construction Techniques -- Ch. 9. Making Your Applications Usable -- Object-Oriented User Interface Design -- Ch. 10. Making Your Objects Persistent -- Object-Orientation and Databases -- Ch. 11. Integrating Legacy Code -- Wrapping -- Ch. 12. Making Sure Your Applications Work -- Full Life-Cycle Object-Oriented Testing (FLOOT) -- Ch. 13. Where to Go from Here -- Personal Success Strategies.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Ch. 1. Where We've Been Before -- Object-Oriented Concepts and Techniques -- Ch. 2. Bubbles and Lines -- Useful Diagrams for Object-Oriented Analysis and Design -- Ch. 3. Improving Your Design -- A Class-Type Architecture -- Ch. 4. Reusing Your Development Efforts -- Object-Oriented Patterns -- Ch. 5. Development in the 90s and Beyond -- Designing Distributed Object-Oriented Applications -- Ch. 6. Measuring and Improving the Quality of Your Work -- Object-Oriented Metrics -- Ch. 7. Choosing an Object-Oriented Language -- Comparing the Leading Languages -- Ch. 8. Building Your Application -- Effective Object-Oriented Construction Techniques -- Ch. 9. Making Your Applications Usable -- Object-Oriented User Interface Design -- Ch. 10. Making Your Objects Persistent -- Object-Orientation and Databases -- Ch. 11. Integrating Legacy Code -- Wrapping -- Ch. 12. Making Sure Your Applications Work -- Full Life-Cycle Object-Oriented Testing (FLOOT) -- Ch. 13. Where to Go from Here -- Personal Success Strategies.

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Building object applications that work by Ambler, Scott W., ©1998
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