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The wide diffusion of reliable Internet is pushing two key novelties in the conception of modern software applications: the Software as a Service paradigm and the idea of the Internet of Things. Traditionally, services and things have been considered as separate entities, even addressing different needs and application domains. In contrast, the authors feel that services and things should be integrated and demand for proper design and programming paradigms that ease the task of system builders and enable reuse of components through various systems. Furthermore, they also see the need to take into account the many cross-cutting issues that are typical of any complex application (e.g., security, user interface, transactionality).
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