Xsemble 3 is a major release. It aims to shoot beyond the Java EE technology that it has been supporting from the beginning.
With prevalent technologies, achieving a good component isolation is challenging due to the implicit component coupling.
This article shows how to use the Process Flow Diagram (PFD) of the Enhanced Software Development process to track the project progress.
With help of a demo application, we understand how a microservices application is built with small Xsemble components.
Benefits of using microservices are amplified further in an Xsemble based application. Xsemble based microservices offer benefits such as ease of refactoring, scalability of development and code reuse.
Xsemble release 2.5 is an important milestone. The main improvements are in terms of the support for parameterization and ease of onboarding.
Critical information needed to manage software development process is hidden deep inside the code, risking project failure. Enhancing the process with Xsemble resolves these challenges, leading to project success with confidence.
Xsemble 2.4 is an important milestone. As Xsemble grows in functionality, release 2.4 would serve as the bridge between the old and the new.