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Developing an e-commerce application by using content component model

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3 Author(s)
Qingshan Li ; Software Eng. Inst., Xidian Univ., Xi'an, China ; Jian Chen ; Ping Chen

Applications using the Web, such as electronic commerce applications, have become larger more complex and dynamic. Developing and maintaining such large and complex Web applications demands a systematic process and an effective engineering methodology. A suitable model of Web application that can capture its features is crucial and fundamental to the establishment of such approaches. Through a practical case, relevant to business to business electronic commerce, we make a study of content component Web application models, within which a content component is regarded as an independent process unit performing necessary content organizing processing and presenting functions. From the content component view, which is at the level of software analysis and design, a Web application is regarded as a collection of content components and some other service components providing certain content service. The authors emphasise more effective development and maintenance in Web application by using content component models, methods and underlying technologies

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Technology of Object-Oriented Languages and Systems, 2000. TOOLS - Asia 2000. Proceedings. 36th International Conference on

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