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WCML: An enabling technology for the reuse in object-oriented Web Engineering

Type

Conference Paper

Year

1999

Authors

gaedke

D. Schempf

D. Schempf

Hans-Werner Gellersen

Hans-Werner Gellersen

Event

Eighth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW8)

Published in

Poster-Proceedings of the Eighth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW8)

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Abstract

Much is known about quality improvements and cost reduction by reusing software. Nevertheless, making good use of reuse in the Web is a rare practice. One reason for that is the coarse-grained implementation model of the Web. We introduce the WebComposition Markup language, which is an application of the XML and allows describing design and code in an object-oriented way. WCML addresses the software engineering problems by automatically mapping an object-oriented model to the Web implementation model. The object-oriented Markup makes it possible to use software engineering knowledge on top of the Web implementation model and to reuse the code and design.

Reference

Gaedke, Martin; Schempf, D.; Gellersen, Hans-Werner: WCML: An enabling technology for the reuse in object-oriented Web Engineering. Poster-Proceedings of the Eighth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW8), 1999.





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