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Dalma

The heart of the engine is an ability to capture the execution state of a thread and resume it later. Many applications of today need to have a part of the program that waits for other entities. . Often there are multiple conversations running concurrently. Those are what we call \"workflow\" applications. Today, those applications can be written, but one can't write it very productively. Dalma makes it very easy to write those workflow applications by letting you write it as an ordinary procedural program without any boilerplate.

 
CategoryWorkflow Engines
LicenseGNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
HomePagehttps://dalma.dev.java.net/nonav/maven/index.html





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