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Towards DSL-based Web Engineering

Type

Conference Paper

Year

2006

Authors

Martin Nussbaumer

Martin Nussbaumer

Patrick Freudenstein

Patrick Freudenstein

gaedke

Event

Fifteenth International Conference on World Wide Web

Published in

Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference on World Wide Web. ACM Press

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Abstract

Strong user involvement and clear business objectives, both relying on efficient communication between the developers and the business, are key factors for a project’s success. Domain- Specific Languages (DSLs) being simple, highly-focused and tailored to a clear problem domain are a promising alternative to heavy-weight modeling approaches in the field of Web Engineering. Thus, they enable stakeholders to validate, modify and even develop parts of a distributed Web-based solution.

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Nussbaumer, Martin; Freudenstein, Patrick; Gaedke, Martin: Towards DSL-based Web Engineering. Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference on World Wide Web. ACM Press, 2006.





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