Web Experience Factory (WEF) has matured as a framework and web and mobile solution development tool over the last several years. While the WEF design interface and services enable rapid custom development, too often implementation emphasis has focused more on speed versus how it fits into proper architecture.(The tendency is just start coding)! By its nature WEF allows for many levels of integration, but it still has to be structured in a way that fits proper design. This session is geared towards IT architects and developers and provides guidance to leverage WEF as a part of their overall architectural plan. We will discuss how WEF fits in various combinations of architecture. The goal will be to refer to best practices patterns, identify where WEF “fits” in your plan and to give you a head start on a successful use of WEF in your multichannel solutions.
Topics covered will include
WEF in Architectural patterns
A sample Navigation Pattern in the View
Some Patterns for WEF page automation and profiling
Starting and governing a WEF project including QA
Integrating your unique developer skills with WEF
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