End-User-Oriented Telco Mashups: The OMELETTE Approach
Jóse Angel Fornas
Proceedings of the 21st international conference companion on World Wide Web
With the success of Web 2.0 we are witnessing a growing number of services and APIs exposed by Telecom, IT and content providers. Targeting the Web community and, in particular, Web application developers, service providers expose capabilities of their infrastructures and applications in order to open new markets and to reach new customer groups. However, due to the complexity of the underlying technologies, the last step, i.e., the consumption and integration of the offered services, is a non-trivial and timeconsuming task that is still a prerogative of expert developers. Although many approaches to lower the entry barriers for end users exist, little success has been achieved so far. In this paper, we introduce the OMELETTE project and show how it addresses end-user-oriented telco mashup development. We present the goals of the project, describe its contributions, summarize current results, and describe current and future work.
Olexiy Chudnovskyy, Tobias Nestler, Martin Gaedke, Florian Daniel, Jóse Ignacio, Vadim Chepegin, Jóse Angel Fornas, Scott Wilson, Christof Kögler, Heng Chang: End-User-Oriented Telco Mashups: The OMELETTE Approach; Pages 235-238; Proceedings of the 21st international conference companion on World Wide Webcopy text to clipboard