Processes are independent and can live anywhere, and roadmaps determine how data simultaneously moves between any number of processes. Soon your house will sound your alarm early because it knows there’s a traffic jam on your route to work. Your coffee maker will turn on soon as your shower turns off. Your car receives driving directions because your calendar says you’re giving Tom a ride to work.
Oh and your house just told Tom’s house to wake him up early too. Chances are, the coffee maker company is different from the carmaker, and each communicates differently. Xenograte lets you focus on how each one works separately so you can communicate in a way that’s natural for your coffee maker, and car, without complicating things.
Developers can focus on a single feature with less code, which is easier to debug, maintain, and secure. Once Xenograte is communicating with the individual “things” it’s easy to organize the information each one needs to do something useful. Like… get you to work on time. Find out more at Xenograte.com