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Ten Years of Rich Internet Applications

Sven Casteleyn, Irene Garrig'os, Jose-Norberto Maz'on
2014 ACM Transactions on the Web  
for Rich Internet Application(s) (i.e., Ajax (Web) application, Ajax (rich) interface, Flash application).  ...  Rich Internet Applications strive for better responsiveness, improved interaction capabilities and a richer user interface to offer an overall richer user experience.  ...  Conference on Conceptual Modelling (1) -Asia-Pacific Web Conference (1) -Business Information Systems (1) -Computer (2) -Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Computer Science (1) -Conference  ... 
doi:10.1145/2626369 fatcat:3iefjedoinh5zghe6vfvungusy

Modernization of Legacy Web Applications into Rich Internet Applications [chapter]

Roberto Rodríguez-Echeverría, José María Conejero, Pedro J. Clemente, Juan C. Preciado, Fernando Sánchez-Figueroa
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the last years one of the main concerns of the software industry has been to reengineer their legacy Web Applications (WAs) to take advantage of the benefits introduced by Rich Internet Applications  ...  This situation is partly motivated by the fact that most of the legacy WAs were developed before Model-Driven Development (MDD) approaches became mainstream.  ...  Introduction Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) have emerged as the most promising platform for Web 2.0 development by the combination of the lightweight distribution architecture of the Web with the interface  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-27997-3_24 fatcat:rym7zjg5ozaevl2hsvren4bnnq

Components on the Internet (panel)

Jeffrey Bonar, Nancy Lehrer, Kelly Looney, Randy Schnier, James Russel, Ted Selker, Stewart Nickolas
1996 Proceedings of the 11th ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object-oriented programming, systems, languages, and applications - OOPSLA '96  
Each panelist will explore one of these scenarios for it's requirements on an Internet component model.  ...  These scenarios are thin clients (Internet terminals), virtual reality/rich multimedia clients, collaboration, and business data access.  ...  Randy Ted Selker I will present a number of rich user interface paradigms and describe the objects and components necessary to realize them over the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1145/236337.236386 dblp:conf/oopsla/BonarLLNRSS96 fatcat:fp5tqe6hnfehdjbebx3n6elcd4

A framework for collaborative working environments

Daizhong Su, Yu Xiong, Yongjun Zheng, Shuyan Ji
2008 International Journal of Production Research  
The method of migrating legacy software using automatic wrapper generation technique is also presented.  ...  latter are used for the applications, such as semantic CAD, to plug and loose couple into the system.  ...  It enables the users to share software resources over the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00207540701738169 fatcat:2mnub56qjjfsbmcjtw62chjuia

Integrating knowledge on the Web

A. Tiwana, R. Balasubramaniam
2001 IEEE Internet Computing  
The Web provides a ubiquitous medium for seamlessly integrating distributed applications, formats, and content, making it well suited for enterprise knowledge management.  ...  A Web interface allows a variety of applications to run from almost any platform and provides a universal and lightweight client through which end users can run applications and access repositories without  ...  Cai, "STARS: A Socio-Technical Framework for Integrating Design Knowledge over the Internet," IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 4, no. 5, Sept.-Oct. 2000, pp. 54-62.  ... 
doi:10.1109/4236.935173 fatcat:wibwu3uuz5hhvgxt3pfc4riloy

Monoliths to Mashups: Increasing Opportunistic Assets

M. Todd Gamble, Rose Gamble
2008 IEEE Software  
Increasing integration services can improve opportunistic development by presenting monolith applications as opportunities for mashups.  ...  A Model for layered integration tools. The strata of system interfaces coincides with the evolution of technologies over time, each supporting its own integration capabilities and challenges.  ...  Table 1 1 Legacy versus modern monolithsdevelopment is simplistic, end users rely on interfaces compatible with APIs that support Web services, Web content syndication, and social networking to create  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2008.152 fatcat:4ikij6crfvbzdmvwg2jp2snura

On the business value and technical challenges of adopting Web services

S. Tilley, J. Gerdes, T. Hamilton, S. Huang, H. Müller, D. Smith, K. Wong
2004 Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution Research and Practice  
Web services are network-accessible interfaces to application functionality. They are built using Internet technologies such as XML and standard protocols such as SOAP.  ...  Technology adoption is a continual challenge for both tool developers and enterprise users. Web services are a prime example of an emerging technology that is fraught with adoption issues.  ...  The Web interface is the primary user interface to the application; however, it also supports a suite of client/server tools that can be downloaded and installed on a PC.  ... 
doi:10.1002/smr.283 fatcat:vkz46cuoqreehflujw3h5litfq

An Open-Source Vision for HAZUS

Stuart Moffatt, Debra Laefer
2010 Journal of computing in civil engineering  
applications.  ...  (HAZUS) over the last decade, the system"s 2008 rating by the Office of Management and Budget was only "moderately effective".  ...  The system should include a substantial application programming interface (API) and a rich, web-based user interface.  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)cp.1943-5487.0000022 fatcat:2d547zc32vfcrfl6ukqe7poknm

Facebook Meets the Virtualized Enterprise

Roger Curry, Cameron Kiddle, Nayden Markatchev, Rob Simmonds, Tingxi Tan, Martin Arlitt, Bruce Walker
2008 2008 12th International IEEE Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference  
Cloud computing technologies are aimed at running applications as services over the Internet on a scalable infrastructure.  ...  Cloud computing technologies are aimed at running applications as services over the Internet on a scalable infrastructure.  ...  Fully Functional Application Interface One objective of our demonstrator is to show how a simple, yet full-featured, social-network capable Web interface to a (legacy) application would enable a user to  ... 
doi:10.1109/edoc.2008.19 dblp:conf/edoc/CurryKMSTAW08 fatcat:gtjquldadzcodlh4l47lzvqpqy

Web Services: XML‐based system integrated techniques

Shien‐Chiang Yu, Ruey‐Shun Chen
2003 Electronic library  
However, the greatest difficulties are how to integrate different system platforms and implement technical aspects into a suitable Web-interface for users to operate.  ...  This article evaluates the feasibility of Web Services for application in integrated library information systems.  ...  Web Services integration What are Web Services? The design point of traditional software engineering is construction and model design.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02640470310491586 fatcat:6te3ckermrc5zm3woczyyawqhq

Migrating and Specifying Services for Web Integration [chapter]

Ying Zou, Kostas Kontogiannis
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
With the explosive growth of the Internet, businesses of all sizes aim on applying e-business solutions to their IT infrastructures, migrating their legacy business processes into Web-based environments  ...  Within the context of emerging technologies, such as XML, the Internet, and Network-Centric Computing, we propose an architecture that allows for Web-based integration of distributed components and services  ...  The Web interface of the service search engine is currently designed for the HTTP users, as shown in Fig. 13 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45254-0_22 fatcat:reqrdyyerjdlzgh3ym5jcegapa

Web Migration - A Survey Considering the SME Perspective

Sebastian Heil, Martin Gaedke
2017 Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering  
Legacy systems are business-critical and contain valuable knowledge gathered over years of development. Many of these systems are still non-web desktop applications.  ...  However, Web Migration (WM), i.e. transforming legacy systems into web applications, is still a challenge, in particular for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs).  ...  (Kienle and Distante, 2014) provide an excellent overview, in which they identify a chain of evolution from static websites over rich internet applications (RIA), web services/SOA, ajax-based web applications  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006353502550262 dblp:conf/enase/HeilG17 fatcat:5b3q6nu3ifhtpmkqe2xwmnreuq

An Information Integration Framework Based on XML to Support Mechatronics Multi-disciplinary Design

Luyan Bi, Zongxia Jiao
2008 2008 IEEE Conference on Robotics, Automation and Mechatronics  
Standard data access interfaces are implemented through SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) over HTTP which provides the multi-disciplinary design application with a generic way to exchange information  ...  MSCIM (Mechatronics System Common Information Model) is defined as well as the standard data access interfaces are specified.  ...  With the explosive growth of Internet, XML makes transmitting data over the Web inexpensive and efficient.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ramech.2008.4681343 dblp:conf/ram/BiJ08 fatcat:hnr7tkdvyjb7fpnxogm4cqtclq

Moving XML to a Manufacturing Enterprise [chapter]

Paul Lau, Jasper Wong, Edward Cheung
2001 Global Engineering, Manufacturing and Enterprise Networks  
Each application software requires ample computing resources, usually a network of desktop computers, application servers, Web servers and data servers.  ...  XML adds structure, intelligence and interoperability to data on the Web. It allows other applications to validate content and choose an appropriate representation.  ...  Figure 4 4 XML and Database Interface Figure 5 XML 5 Three-tier Application Model  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35412-5_49 fatcat:j4r2aryyfnfrrbp5dlp3dzhwbe

Refactoring to Rich Internet Applications. A Model-Driven Approach

Gustavo Rossi, Matias Urbieta, Jeronimo Ginzburg, Damiano Distante, Alejandra Garrido
2008 2008 Eighth International Conference on Web Engineering  
Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) combine the simplicity of the hypertext paradigm with the flexibility of desktop interfaces.  ...  Building RIAs from scratch is often unfeasible because companies do not want to loose their investments in legacy Web software; additionally, most users are still accustomed to the "old" Web interaction  ...  This paper focuses on WMRs over the application's graphical interface design that may transform a legacy Web application into a RIA. We call them RIA refactorings.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icwe.2008.41 dblp:conf/icwe/RossiUGDG08 fatcat:nph7lssqmfhefjataex6jycxki
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