Enriching model-based Web applications presentation

Juan Carlos Preciado, Marino Linaje Trigueros, Fernando Sánchez-Figueroa
2008 Journal of Web Engineering  
The Web Engineering community provides Web Models that allow the design and development of Web 1.0 applications. Nowadays, there are a growing number of Web 1.0 applications that are migrating towards Web 2.0 User Interfaces, in search of multimedia support and higher levels of interaction among other features. These Web 2.0 features can be implemented using RIA technologies. However, most of the current Web Models do not fully exploit all the potential benefits of Rich Internet Applications.
more » ... erefore it is difficult for developers to adapt Web 1.0 applications to Web 2.0 using a methodology. Although there are interesting works that extend existing methodologies to deal with RIA features, either they do not fully exploit presentation issues or they only work with a single Web methodology. In this paper we use RUX-Method to facilitate the evolution of existing Web 1.0 applications based on Web Models to multi-device Web 2.0 applications. RUX-Method focuses on the enrichment of the User Interface while takes full advantage of the functionality already provided by the existing Web models. Far from explaining RUX-Method in detail, this paper focuses on the way the information provided by Web Models is retrieved and then used by RUX-Method.
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