Form-Oriented Analysis: A New Methodology to Model Form-Based Applications by Dirk DraheimForm-Oriented Analysis: A New Methodology to Model Form-Based Applications by Dirk Draheim

Form-Oriented Analysis: A New Methodology to Model Form-Based Applications

byDirk Draheim, Gerald Weber

Paperback | October 13, 2010

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Form-based applications range from simple web shops to complex enterprise resource planning systems. Draheim and Weber adapt well-established basic modeling techniques in a novel way to achieve a modeling framework optimized for this broad application domain. They introduce new modeling artifacts, such as page diagrams and form storyboards, and separate dialogue patterns to allow for reuse. In their implementation they have developed new constructs such as typed server pages, and tools for forward and reverse engineering of presentation layers. The methodology is explained using an online bookshop as a running example in which the user can experience the modeling concepts in action.

The combination of theoretical achievements and hands-on practical advice and tools makes this book a reference work for both researchers in the areas of software architectures and submit-response style user interfaces, and professionals designing and developing such applications. More information and additional material is also available online.

Title:Form-Oriented Analysis: A New Methodology to Model Form-Based ApplicationsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:372 pagesPublished:October 13, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642058221

ISBN - 13:9783642058226

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Table of Contents

Part I - Modeling Form-Based Systems 1) Introduction 2) Motivation: Ubiquity of Form-Based Systems 3) Exploring the Online Bookshop 4) Form Charts and Dialogue Specification 5) Data Modeling 6) Message-Based Modeling of Data Interchange 7) A Comparison of Modeling Methods Part II - Employing Form Orientation 8) A Descriptive Approach 9) Model Decomposition and Refinement 10) Requirements Elicitation 11) The Integrated Source Code Model Approach 12) Forward Engineering 13) Reverse Engineering 14) Typed Server Pages 15) Web Presentation Layer Architecture Part III - Semantics 16) Semantics of State History Diagrams 17) Semantics of the Data Model 18) Formal Semantics of Web Signature Recovery 19) Semantics of Typed Server Pages 20) Conclusion References Index