Web 2.0 Applications: Model-Driven Tools and Design
The development of a new web technology rises a challenge to information engineering to identify instruments and suitable techniques for the production of web 2.0 software applications. For large enterprise solutions, designing human interactions is a complex process. Products of this design process are the bridge between business requirements and solution development. This paper describes a design methodological process and a framework that implements and solves some software standard issues to develop enterprise applications and it is the basis to ensure a full continuity from the business model to system software through the physical realization of the use case. We also illustrate a real process that uses the framework for the development of an enterprise application.
KeywordsBusiness Object Java Class Model Drive Architecture Business Requirement Enterprise Application
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