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Yes ...see the link below for this pattern... If you're writing an application which uses Peers -- or any complex app which requires robust Object-Networks I would use an Event-Driven Architecture. Using a Mediator or EventHub (Event-Aggrigator) The simplest approach would be to implement the Mediator Pattern designed by Addy Osmoni. This allows you to ...


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I cannot tell much about the reasons why, but following some "official" documentation that can help on your investigation of the subject. Above all the HTML 5 Spec mentioned below may contain interesting hints to continue the investigation. The MDN Documentation on setTimeout says: Minimum/ maximum delay and timeout nesting Historically browsers ...


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An event is an occurrence from the recent past, which other code needs to be notified about. The term event is also used to mean the message describing an event. A typical implementation of a event-driven system utilises an event dispatcher and handler functions (or subscribers). The dispatcher provides an API to wire handlers up to events (jQuery's bind), ...


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In an Event-based application the concept of Event Listeners will give you the ability to write even more Loosely Coupled applications. For example a third-party module or plug-in can delete a record from the database and then trigger the receordDeleted event and leave the rest to the event listeners to do their job. Everything will work fine, even though ...


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Event-based programming is used when the program does not control the sequence of events that it performs. Instead, program flow is directed by an outside process such as a user (e.g. GUI), another system (e.g. client/server), or another process (e.g. RPC). For example, a batch processing script knows what it needs to do so it just does it. It is not ...



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