Abstract

Small to medium sized web applications are often built using a standard open-source platform such as LAMP, rather than a comprehensive, but also more complex framework like J2EE. Our goal is to document a pattern language for this domain. The papercontinues our previously reported work on a conceptual model of web applications, and web application frameworks. In this paper, we focus on patterns for the interaction with external data sources, basic access control, and managing complex application logic.

-- DanielAmyot - 05 Jul 2010

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Title More Patterns for Web Applications
Authors M. Weiss
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title Tenth European Conf. on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP 2005)
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Publisher Hillside Group
Month July
Year 2005
Pages 21-34
DOI
Keywords Web, Patterns, Use Case Maps, UCM
Topic revision: r1 - 05 Jul 2010, DanielAmyot
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