hybrid app

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hybrid app

An application that is programmed using two or more software development methodologies. For example, a program written in a high-level language may incorporate sections written in low-level assembly language. See hybrid mobile app.
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Well-Grounded Java Developer covers techniques of Java 7 and polyglot programming and is a top reference for any developer's collection strong in Java.
The well-grounded Java developer; vital techniques of Java 7 and Polyglot programming.
This presentation provides an introduction on how to successfully apply polyglot programming on the JVM by using languages like Ruby, ML, Scala and Clojure without giving up day-to-day Java coding.
While we still plan to keep IntelliJ IDEA as an ultimate IDE for polyglot programming, the IntelliJ Platform allows us to easily build language-specific development environments.
They include insights on making the last stages of development effective, making the most of features, using language well, considering and applying polyglot programming, doing object calisthenics, understanding the role of the iteration manager, interpreting project vital signs, taking charge of consumer-driven contracts, annotating domains, refactoring ant build fields, plotting single-click software releases, choosing agile or waterfall testing for enterprise web applications and testing performance pragmatically.