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Distributed Development of Software Applications.

Distributed Development is generally spread across different locations with networked developers contributing to the development of new applications. A distributed development project relies cooperation and coordination to realise common goals and objectives, supported by means of technology. It is actually a sharing of information, technology and experience to bring about a new product or technology. The Distributed Application Development Process is a modern development principle to facilitate the development objective and provide developers with a strong R&D platform.

Technically, distributed application development is based on a multi-tiered development architecture. In its simplest form, with two tiers, a distributed application is synonymous with a client/server protocol. Technically speaking, in a client/server relationship, one process (the client) initiates the interaction by issuing a request to a second process (the server). The server process must await a request from the client and, on receipt of that request, performs a service and returns a response (or result) to the client.

The server is capable of handling requests from multiple clients and is responsible for coordinating and synchronizing responses. In another model, a three-tiered architecture (a distributed architecture), an additional layer (the middle layer) is used to accept, process and mediate requests from the client to the server. The middle layer serves to alleviate the processing of rules and decision logic from both the client and the server. Distributed development architecture is based on a network model in which processes can be distributed on any processor.

Distributed development is based on key factors like concurrent development of components, re-use of software components, incremental development and release and so on. Many software tools facilitate newsgroup-like discussions that allow multiple developers to communicate asynchronously on any topic. IM(Instant Messaging) is a vital tool for interaction between networked developers. IM is more interactive than email. Web logging or "blogging" is the process of instant publishing to a Web page. Development teams can use blogging to publish their progress, and the Web interface makes it easy for everyone to see each otherís work details. Similarly web conferencing is also another tool.

Java Development India & Distributed Development.

Java began as a client-side technology, but today it is the most popular server-side technology suiting the enterprise platform which can connect to various platforms like Server, Personal Computer, PDA, Mobile, Electronic devices and so on, so nothing is not as best as java for distributed development. This is precisely the reason why at Java Development India we bank on Java Technologies backed by excellent teamwork. Our offshore software development outsourcing centre in India is backed by 24 hour customer care services.

What Java Development India Offer?

Java Development India offers Distributed application development. Distributed consulting and related solutions from our offshore software development outsourcing centre at Kochi, Kerala in India

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