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Methods and apparatus for implementing an application lifecycle design for applications

Image Number 12 for United States Patent #6874145.

Methods and apparatus for managing execution of an application according to an application lifecycle. The application lifecycle is managed by an application manager through a set of commands that enable the application manager to cause the application to enter one of a plurality of states. In addition, the application can communicate with the application manager to indicate that the application cannot change its state as the application manager has requested or to request that the application manager change the state of the application to a particular state.

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