ARX (Animate Regenerative Expression) is a representational visual engineering approach to common programming tasks, borrowing from and building off of visual object-oriented (OO) programming techniques.
While APIs proliferate for different online services across the web, and as distributed social networking (DiSo) takes off, there is a need for increased representational aggregation of complex engineering and machine language strategies, models, and tactics.
ARX amplifies the OO programming model, applying it to more than just programming. That is, in OO programming, we have
the object the data/properties of the object functions/methods acting on the object and its data While ARX adds the fourth component of a visual representation of OO programming techniques common to machine programming, ARX goes beyond by scaling management of visual tools to already accessible outlets across the Internet. ARX converts the complex semantics of programming languages into visual "animate" symbols.
ARX adopts a micro stream approach to sharing expressive data (objects) and inheritance, utilizing open source "openstack" standards: OpenID, XRDS-Simple, OAuth, Portable Contacts, and OpenSocial. Social data warehouses will of necessity adopt ARX's open standards to re-opt "regenerative" data, thus making "expression" on the web more free and open, in all forms of media.
Ultimately, ARX will amplify the human element in programming, by regenerating the methodology of common programming languages into something accessible by the layman.
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