End-user friendly UI modelling language for creation and supporting evolution of RIA

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D'Souza, Christopher, Ginige, Athula and Liang, Xufeng. (2012). End-user friendly UI modelling language for creation and supporting evolution of RIA. ICSOFT 2012 - Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Software Paradigm Trends. Portugal: Scitepress. pp. 190 - 198
AuthorsD'Souza, Christopher, Ginige, Athula and Liang, Xufeng
Abstract

End users have a comprehensive understanding of business needs which is often hard to fully capture. One possible solution to this is empowering end-users to create and manage business applications. To empower end-users the paper presents an end-user friendly UI modelling language. The language facilitates the creation and supports the evolution of RIAs with changing business needs. The modelling language is based on various types of structural dependencies among the interface elements in RIAs. These structural relationships are identified in the paper. It also derives the data model from the end-user UI specifications. Evolution is discussed from three perspectives, namely, the structural model of interfaces, the behavioural model of interfaces and the underlying data model.

KeywordsRich Internet Application (RIA); end-user modelling language; evolution
Year2012
PublisherScitepress
Scopus EID2-s2.0-84868711242
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Page range190 - 198
Research GroupPeter Faber Business School
Place of publicationPortugal
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