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event-driven application (EDA)

An event-driven application (EDA) is a computer program that responds to user or system actions. Where an event

is an identifiable occurrence. An event can be a user-generated action, such as a mouse click or keystroke, but it can also be an event triggered by the system

, such as a program call. In event-driven programming, Event-Driven Programming, there is a separation between the decision logic and the remaining program code. Since event-driven programming is a type of programming language by approach, event-driven applications can be created in any programming language. Depending on the application, event-driven processing can improve responsiveness, throughput, and flexibility.

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Englisch: event-driven application - EDA
Updated at: 07.10.2019
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