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The mashup paradigm allows end users to build their own web applications consisting of several components in order to fulfill specific needs. Thereby, communicating on a non-technical level with non-programmers as end users is crucial. It is also necessary to assist them, for instance, by explaining inter-widget communication and by helping to understand a mashup's functionality. However, prevalent mashup approaches provide no or limited concepts for these aspects. In this paper, we present ourdoi:10.5220/0005802601090120 dblp:conf/webist/RadeckBM16 fatcat:hstvmmu4lbd3fel3mxti7xcnmq