Evolve - a powerful, UML-based alternative to dependency injection
Evolve is a revolutionary new UML-based tool for creating, wiring up and executing components. It currently supports Java.
It has just gone into public beta, and we invite you to try it out.
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Evolve is a more powerful and principled alternative to dependency injection. At its heart is a far richer component model than other approaches.
Evolve features the following:
- A UML-based graphical editor for components.
- A powerful component model with full connectors. This avoids the wiring limitations of DI.
- The architecture is always explicit as UML diagrams, which are kept automatically synchronized with the code.
(No more large XML files, or annotations smattered throughout the code)
- Evolution support is built-in. Systems created with Evolve have the remarkable feature of being always extensible.
- Open source runtime
Evolve comes from the commercialization of cutting-edge academic research into components and highly extensible systems at Imperial College, London. Try it out, and let us know what you think.
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