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The Custom Software & Applications Development Process

Martin Castilla            No comments            Mar, 15

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True Software Development

The two frameworks available on GitHub which are currently being actively used for developing Co-Sharing applications (Muktijarvi) are Python and Ruby. So, what if I tell you that Co-Sharing technologies are not entirely new? After all, Multi-Project (MoP) support is widely used across web development projects.

With Co-Sharing, developers work within their respective applications, sharing the variables, methods, and so on. This allows them to build complex applications that have a lot of different moving parts. But, how can this work?

So, how exactly does Co-Sharing work in software development?

Let’s begin. We are going to use a real-world example of a simple Co-Sharing application which involves software and hardware applications. Let’s create a hardware device that has two different input signals that are attached to it. First, we are going to have a hardware application which will operate the hardware device. It will know the physical location of each input signal. And, the hardware application will create an output signal.

After we have created the hardware device, we are going to have a software application which can access the hardware device and modify its output signal.

A Hardware Application

First, we are going to create a hardware application that is used to create the inputs and outputs for our software application. The hardware application must take two inputs and generate an output signal.

If we want to create an output signal for a particular input, we can either write that output to some input variables or directly write it to the output.

For example, if we want to generate an output signal for both the first input and second input, we must create two variables, input variables and output variables. Then, we can write both inputs and output variables to those variables.

Now, with both inputs and output variables, the hardware application can generate the output signal and do the calculations required to get the output signal.

Creating an Output Signal for Input

The hardware application can read both the input variables and the output variables from its inputs. Therefore, it can determine what the input variables are. Therefore, it can perform the calculations required to generate the output signal.

This type of software application (Co-Sharing) is a software application which can build hardware applications in such a way that it works on hardware.

So, what about the hardware application?

The hardware application should only operate on input variables and can generate an output signal for input variables. And, in fact, the input variables and output variables should be configured in such a way that the input variables will never change or the output variables will never change.

That is the basic principle behind Co-Sharing. It is easy to build a hardware application which uses Co-Sharing as its application model.