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“Our thesis is that programming web applications with continuations is superior to the current page-centric technology. A continuation is a program-level manageable value representing the rest of the computation of the program. What to do next is precisely what has to be explicitly encoded in order to program non trivial web interactions. Continuations allow web applications to be written in direct style that is, as a single program that displays forms and reads form submission since continuations automatically capture everything (control point, lexical bindings, etc.) that is needed to resume the computation. Programming is therefore safer, easier and more re-usable.”
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“Snap (Simple .NET Aspect-Oriented Programming) was conceived out of a recurring need for flexible AOP in the wake of PostSharp's metamorphosis into a commercial product. Not to be mistaken with a code weaver (i.e. a compile-time tool), Snap is a fully run-time executed library. Snap aims to pair with your Inversion of Control (IoC) container of choice to deliver a powerful aspect-oriented programming model.”
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The Common Service Locator library contains a shared interface for service location which application and framework developers can reference. The library provides an abstraction over IoC containers and service locators. Using the library allows an application to indirectly access the capabilities without relying on hard references. The hope is that using this library, third-party applications and frameworks can begin to leverage IoC/Service Location without tying themselves down to a specific implementation.
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