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What is Padrino? - Ruby - About.com
There are a lot of possibilities for sub-applications, the most obvious being reusable components. Simply mount the sub-application in your main application and ...
Is the "Require" Method Overlooked in Ruby? - About.com
In order to create reusable components--ones that can be easily used in other programs--a programming language must have some way of smoothly importing  ...
Code Reuse: Create Component Templates in Delphi - About.com
Creating and using Component templates provides a simple, quick way of configuring and saving groups of components in Delphi.
bonobo - What is bonobo - Linux - About.com
Bonobo is a set of language and system independent CORBA interfaces for creating reusable components (controls) and creating compound documents.
Introducing Borland Delphi - Page 1/3 - About.com
Delphi provides all the tools you need to develop, test and deploy Windows applications, including a large number of so-called reusable components. Borland ...
What's the difference between a control and a component?
Oct 3, 2009 ... NET supports creating reusable components through the creation of User ... A " component" is a generic term that means just what the dictionary ...
Creating Custom Delphi Components - Inside and Out - Page 1/9
This tutorial will explain component writing to you, which should result in more code reuse. It will go over properties, events and methods, and will also explain ...
Glossary of Visual Basic Terms - About.com
is Microsoft's specification for reusable software components. ActiveX is based on COM, the Component Object Model. The basic idea is to define exactly how ...
Component - Definition - C/C++/C - About.com
To speed development and encourage reuse of code, it is common place to develop code as components. It's a modular approach and for example Win 32 is  ...
All About Engine Rebuilding - Auto Repair - About.com
Inspect all necessary components, grind valves and tune-up, anywhere up to 40 ... Q. How do you know which parts can be reused and what needs replaced?
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