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Web Engineering methods, specifically Model-driven Engineering (MDE) ones, are not yet ready to cope with user involvement features that Web 2.0 is demanding. In this work, Web 2.0 patterns are introduced using conceptual models that represent both interaction and functionality, since in Web 2.0 applications both features are intertwined to support the user involvement concern. This work also drafts how Web 2.0 patterns can be integrated into models of a model-driven Web Engineering method.
Date of Conference: 16-18 May 2012