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Riehle, D. (2000) Framework Design: A Role Modeling Approach. Ph.D. Thesis, ETH Zürich, Zürich, No. 13509.

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  • TITLE: Software Frameworks, Architectural and Design Patterns

    AUTHORS: Njeru Mwendi Edwin

    KEYWORDS: Software Frameworks, Architectural Patterns, Design Patterns

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol.7 No.8, July 22, 2014

    ABSTRACT: Software systems can be among the most complex constructions in engineering disciplines and can span into years of development. Most software systems though implement in part what has already been built and tend to follow known or nearly known architectures. Although most software systems are not of the size of say Microsoft Windows 8, complexity of software development can be quick to increase. Thus among these methods that are the most important is the use of architectural and design patterns and software frameworks. Patterns provide known solutions to re-occurring problems that developers are facing. By using well-known patterns reusable components can be built in frameworks.Software frameworks provide developers with powerful tools to develop more flexible and less error-prone applications in a more effective way. Software frameworks often help expedite the development process by providing necessary functionality “out of the box”.Providing frameworks for reusability and separation of concerns is key to software development today. In this study I take a look at the state of art and the impact of frameworks and patterns in software development.