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Luos packages

🗳️ Packages represent blocks of code. They contain independent functionalities which will be run by Luos engine.

Luos separates monolithic code into independent blocks called packages that can communicate with each other using high-level APIs. This helps with development, debugging, and maintainability when the code base grows and facilitates collaboration with other developers.

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Thomas Bnt

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