1. A critical look at object-orientation.
A brief history of objects.
Five practices that separate procedure and data.
Defining a new approach.
Case study: Government benefits processing.
2. Introducing 'naked objects'.
The Naked Objects framework.
The benefits of naked objects.
Frequently Asked Questions.
3. Programming with Naked Objects.
The anatomy of a naked object.
Making the objects available to the user.
Building a multi-user system.
Enriching object behaviours.
Case study: Retail marketing and pricing.
4. A development process.
The exploration phase.
The specification phase.
The delivery phase.
Case study: Arrears and collections.
5. Extending Naked Objects.
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Some ways in which Naked Objects could be extended.
Will naked o bject systems scale?
Case study: Energy trading.
Appendix A: Getting started.
Appendix B: Code example.
Apendix C: Cliché code.
Appendix D: Icon library.
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