Subject: Extending the Programming Model with @Support?


That is what I liked about the original version (Naked Objects).  It was
very easy to start using.  I don't recall any scaffolding needed in the
object classes.   All method name conventions were interpreted the way
you'd expect.  Maybe an improvement would be to implement defaults so a new
user doesn't have to copy from an example to get the annotations right.

Annotations have the IDE advantage over name conventions, though.  If we
implemented the support methods with an annotation `ActionModel` then I'd
expect that typing in `@ActionModel(` in Eclipse would give me all the
types of support options available to me.

-Brian

On Mon, Sep 23, 2019, 5:18 AM Johan Doornenbal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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On Mon, Sep 23, 2019, 5:18 AM Johan Doornenbal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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