Paper by stephenrkell (2009)
Conventional tools yield expensive and inflexible software. … I propose that a solution must radically separate the concern of integration in software: firstly by using novel tools specialised towards integration (the “integration domain”), and secondly by prohibiting use of preexisting interfaces (“interface hiding”) outside that domain.
Placing high-level tool support for integration and adaptation close to the user, for example within web application mashup platforms and browser extensions has already led to added-value innovations which could not have been anticipated by the creators of the underlying software.
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