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A framework and methodology for development of content-based Web sites

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A Web site is a new broadly used information medium and application platform. One of the features of a Web site is that it is in an endless development cycle. Maintenance and updating happen during a site's life cycle. The structure and content of a Web site are always being extended and modified. Some tools are designed to support maintenance work for the development of a Web site. We believe that the maintenance of a Web site should be considered in the design phase. In this paper, we discuss a component-based approach to design and maintenance of a Web site. Using this approach, the workload of future maintenance can be reduced

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Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems, 1999. TOOLS 31. Proceedings

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1999

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