Invited post on WebML / WebRatio and Social Web apps on blog www.modeling-languages.com
Just a quick note for announcing that on the well known modeling-languages.com blog, curated by Jordi Cabot, you can find an invited post of mine on modeling social-networking enabled Web applications.
The post presents a proposal for going from requirement specification (defined as goal-oriented models) down to static and UI design (defined as UML class diagrams and WebML models respectively) and to code generation of social applications with a pattern-based approach that relies on WebRatio for the WebML and code generation part.
You can find more details in the invited post on Social web application modeling on Jordi’s blog. You can also find online some demonstration videos and the full text of the articles describing the approach. The links to the articles and resources are listed below:
- Model-driven Development of Social Network-enabled Applications with WebML and Social Primitives. MDWE 2012
- From requirements to implementation of ad-hoc social Web applications: an empirical pattern-based approach. IET Software 2012
- Detailed list of social web requirements
- Demo video on YouTube