Monthly Archives: March 2013

M&P TBW BLOCKS-inside-BLOCKS

Posted on March 16, 2013 by Herman Dolder
Updated on February 19, 2014
 

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An M&P BLOCK may contain internally a set of BLOCKS, HTML5 Elements and SVG Elements. This facility allows to implement multiple levels of abstraction (as many as appropriate).
 
An M&P application is a BLOCK containing BLOCKS in multiple levels. We name this top BLOCK the “TopBoard” of the application, and the entire structure the “BLOCKTree“.
 
 

M&P H5J More Concepts and Facilities

Posted on March 14, 2013 by Herman Dolder
Updated on February 19, 2014
 
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In the previous article titled “Concepts and Facilities” we presented a bird’s-eye view of the basics of M&P H5J, and in this article we will take a second tour to broaden and deepen some topics as preparation for future more specialized articles.

The M&P platform seeks to maximize the adaptability and the performance of applications by using a modular dataflow architecture based on interchangeable plug-and-play BLOCKS.

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M&P H5J Concepts and Facilities

Posted on March 4, 2013 by Herman Dolder
Updated on February 18, 2014
 
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The M&P plataform seeks to maximize the adaptability of applications in situations of high complexity demanding, for optimal users interaction, a maximum cross-platform portability, distributed processing on Internet, parallel processing, and the use of mobile devices.To resolve these situations of high complexity, which are becoming more frequent, M&P proposes a modular dynamic dataflow architecture that uses plug-and-play components.

In this post we describe the main concepts and facilities of the M&P H5J platform.

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