Avoiding Vendor Lock-in

The goal of object-oriented tool development is to avoid vendor lock-in. Lock-in is not determined by the cost of the application but by the method of its implementation. The level of integrated customization determines the level of vendor lock-in. One-of-a-kind...
Tight-vs-Loose Integration

Tight-vs-Loose Integration

Updated: 2017 I started working with XML and single-sourcing systems in 1999. Although both SGML and XML had been around a long time, vendors were still figuring out a lot about how the overall process should work because every implementation was different: DocBook...