Definicja generic interaction layer
A unifying interface between a client and integrated applications.
A client (user interface) can use the generic interaction layer to access all Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) of the linked applications without recognizing the details of the different APIs or the underlying data structures. This means the client does not have to be programmed for interaction with each individual application that it accesses, instead it only needs to be programmed for the generic interaction layer application. If new integrated applications are added, or existing applications deleted, it is no longer necessary to update the client.
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