Third-party software component

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When it comes to computer programming, the term "third-party software component" refers to a reusable piece of software that was created to be either freely disseminated or sold by a company that was not the original provider of the development platform. The widespread belief among programmers that component-oriented development makes the process of producing bespoke software more productive and of higher quality is a major driver of the growth of the market for third-party software components. Macro programmes, bots, and software or scripts that may be executed as add-ons for well-known development tools are examples of common types of third-party software.