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Generally, a software framework provides the possibility to extend a software with new features with the minimum possible development effort. From a developer's perspective, a framework is code intended to be specialized and/or instantiated in order to implement specific features.
|Title||Product Version||Product To Version|
|Overview - Applications Framework||7.0|
|Overview - Auditing|
|Overview - Business Object Layer|
|Overview - Component Framework|
|Overview - Dependency Management|
|Overview - End-To-End Testing|
|Overview - Features Framework|
|Overview - Internationalization|
|Overview - Object Validation|
|Overview - PDF Creation|
|Overview - Property Groups|
|Overview - REST Web Service Framework|
|Overview - Rule Engine|
|Overview - Test Frameworks|
|Overview - Unit and Integration Testing|
|Overview - Web Services|
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