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Specifying and Controlling Multi-Channel Web Interfaces for Enterprise Applications

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2 Author(s)
Book, M. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Leipzig Univ. ; Gruhn, V.

When building enterprise applications that need to be accessed through a variety of client devices, developers usually strive to implement most of the business logic device-independently while using a Web browser to display the user interface. However, when those Web-based front-ends shall be rendered on different devices, their differing I/O capabilities may require device-specific interaction patterns that still need to be specified and implemented efficiently. We present an approach for specifying the dialog flows in multichannel Web interfaces with very low redundancy and introduce a framework that controls Web interfaces' device-specific dialog flows according to those specifications, while keeping the enterprise application logic completely device-independent

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Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference, 2006. EDOC '06. 10th IEEE International

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Oct. 2006