I've heard a lot of talk about using lightweight data modeling as of late. Especially in relation to the Clojure programming language. What is it and how it differs from traditional classes regarding ...
So I recently made some major refactorings to my code. One of the main things I tried to do was split out my classes into data objects and worker objects. This was inspired, among other things, by ...
Suppose you have a parse tree, an abstract syntax tree, and a control flow graph, each one logically derived from the one before. In principle it is easy to construct each graph given the parse tree, ...
A bit of background information: We have an old database application written in Access that lets users monitor their workload, and the code is... 'procedural' might be too kind. The vast majority of ...
Background So I have a REST API that allows for client applications to access and manipulate users' data. I'm in the process of writing an Objective-C class for simple utilization of this REST API, ...
I am just wondering, what exactly are the features a language or a library must provide in order for it to be defined as 'Object Oriented'. Is Object Orientation something that can, more or less, be ...