Crossing the Gap - From Design to Implementation in Web-Application Development
Information Resources Management Association International Conference
Proceedings of the Information Resources Management Association International Conference
The understanding of Web application development mostly neglects approaches to Hypermedia concepts and manageable structures of the information space, resulting in Web sites that fail in achieving typical goals that are important for evolving applications. The implementation model of the Web burdens the application of design methodologies like object-orientation due to the document-centric granularity. To overcome this gap a disciplined engineering approach is necessary. In this paper we present a dedicated process model, which enables a software-engineer to map an object-oriented design to the Web implementation model using a component-based implementation technology and a supporting framework.
Christian Segor, Martin Gaedke, : Crossing the Gap - From Design to Implementation in Web-Application Development; Proceedings of the Information Resources Management Association International Conferencecopy text to clipboard