A domain-specific language for the model-driven construction of advanced web-based dialogs

Patrick Freudenstein, Martin Nussbaumer, Florian Allerding, Martin Gaedke
2008 Proceeding of the 17th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '08  
Complex dialogs with comprehensive underlying data models are gaining increasing importance in today's Web applications. This in turn accelerates the need for highly dynamic dialogs offering guidance to the users and thus reducing cognitive overload. Beyond that, requirements from the fields of aesthetics, Web accessibility, platform-independence, and Web service integration arise. To this end, we present an evolutionary, extensible approach for the model-driven construction of advanced
more » ... It is based on a Domain-specific Language (DSL) focusing on simplicity and fostering collaboration with stakeholders.
doi:10.1145/1367497.1367660 dblp:conf/www/FreudensteinNAG08 fatcat:bqwusllnafbhnngdhuy5m7f5lu