Are you using features?

  • are your features encapsulated and isolated?
  • do your features collaborate in an extendable way?
  • are your components using cross-feature composition?
  • do your features initialize themselves?
  • can you disable features at run-time?
  • do your frameworks auto-configure with only active features?
  • If your not using features - YOU SHOULD!
  • If your features aren’t based on feature-u - THEY SHOULD BE!
  1. A formal means by which features can collaborate with one another, making them truly plug-and-play.
  2. A significant reduction in boilerplate code by automatically configuring your frameworks and startup initialization.

Feature Collaboration is accomplished by:

  • Introducing a formal means by which features can collaborate with one another (Cross Feature Communication), making them truly plug-and-play.
  • This includes the ability for UI Composition to cross feature boundaries. It even allows UI Content to be injected autonomously. This is something that has to be seen … it shows off the utility very well.

A significant reduction in boilerplate code is accomplished through:

Features can be disabled

  • docs - comprehensive feature-u documentation
  • presentation - a feature-u presentation video to get you started (a must see)
  • basic concepts - a full introduction to feature-u concepts and terminology (a must read)
  • eatery-nod-w - a sample web app using feature-u
  • repo - feature-u source

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Kevin Bridges

Kevin Bridges

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A “current” developer from a different era (70’s UMR alum) … from the greater St. Louis area (Metro East) … https://wiiBridges.com/