Using the Construct Development Environment to Generate a File-Based Hypermedia Storage Service
The Construct development environment is targeted at the construction of different types of hypermedia services. The primary goal of the environment is to ease the construction of component-based open hypermedia systems by providing development tools that assist system developers in the generation of the set of service components that make up a hypermedia system. This paper explains how the Construct development environment was used to generate a file-based hypermedia storage service.
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