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A good example is Java Beans, which is not described in the book. Again, this is built on the reflection facilities described in the previous chapter.
The programmer collects a bunch of components, then assembles them into a new application. Often components have a visual interface, and can be assembled using a visual tool, without needing to write (much) programming.