[PEAK] MDA, it's hard

Phillip J. Eby pje at telecommunity.com
Fri Mar 12 14:23:57 EST 2004

At 01:17 PM 3/12/04 -0600, John D. Heintz wrote:
>How does PEAK's peak.model package compare/contrast with the Naked Objects 
>It seems the automatic UI is the primary difference, but I wasn't sure if 
>there was a deaper conceptual difference that was already known.

About the only major conceptual difference I'm aware of is that peak.model 
doesn't have anything against multiple-argument methods.  And of course, we 
haven't developed any automatic UI as yet.

>ps - Naked Object (http://www.nakedobjects.org) is at the least 
>interesting but I'm not sure the generated UI would satisfy many customers.

PEAK's adaptive features (mostly gained from PyProtocols) would make it 
straightforward to "skin" automatically generated UIs, or extend them in 
various ways.

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