Product architecture can ensure product scalability, endurance, and the incorporation of emerging technologies. Consequently, LANSA 2005 offers Web Application Modules (WAM), to give developers a shorter learning curve and lower development costs to produce browser-based commercial enterprise applications and even Web services.
standards like .NET, J2EE, WAP, XML, portlets, IBM promoted abstract user interface markup language (AUIML), and so on, where no proprietary tags are generated. Also, user-defined presentation is enabled via XML as an input that is subsequently transformed through the extensible stylesheet language-based (XSL) TSP technology. Users can tap multiple TSPs to generate multiple outputs, and to that end, LANSA 2005 will provide XHTML, XAML, wireless, and Web services TSPs with many more to come. LANSA also