Scripting power saves the day for your Java apps

Improve your user's satisfaction with support for user-defined scripting in your Java applications

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In addition, we learned how to employ the Facade design pattern to limit the access to the application and promote easier script writing. We also discovered how the multi-Facade approach helps find a middle ground between using a single Facade for the entire application and directly exposing the whole object-containment hierarchy. Finally, we walked through the steps necessary to incorporate effective scripting support in your Java applications.

Java applications have long suffered because they lack the ease-of-use functionality found in many native applications. With the information presented in this article, we have the power to improve the quality of Java tools.

Ramnivas Laddad is a Sun Certified Architect of Java Technology (Java 2). He has a master's degree in electrical engineering, with a specialization in communication engineering. He has six years of experience designing and developing several software projects involving GUIs, networking, and distributed systems. He has developed object-oriented software systems in Java for the last two years and in C++ for the last five years. Ramnivas currently works at Real-Time Innovations Inc. as a software engineer. At RTI, he is presently working to design and develop ControlShell, a component-based programming framework for building complex real-time systems.

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