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Our presentation at the Eighth International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST'12). ...

Our presentation at the Eighth International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST'12).
by Markku Laine, http://www.tinyurl.com/mplaine, Evgenia Litvinova, and Petri Vuorimaa

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    XIDE: Expanding End-User Web Development XIDE: Expanding End-User Web Development Presentation Transcript

    • XIDE: Expanding End-User WebDevelopmentEvgenia Litvinova, Markku Laine and Petri VuorimaaAalto University, Finland
    • End users vs. Developers 2
    • End users vs. Developers Visually Source code editing Web surfing Professional development 3
    • Problem Statement Visually Source code editing 4
    • Our approach•  Component-based •  XIDE•  Familiar technology •  XFormsDB•  Unified technology 5
    • XFormsDB•  XForms•  Markup-based•  Unified 6
    • XIDE 7
    • XIDE 8
    • XIDE 9
    • XIDE 10
    • User studies•  9 users•  10 tasks•  Opportunistic approach•  Code reading•  Copy-paste 11
    • Conclusions Visually Source code editing 12
    • Thank you!Questions?13
    • Our approach:•  Edit the source code Web application•  Existing knowledge <title> Component N1 </title> Component N1•  Component-based•  Familiar technology•  Simple architecture Component N2 14
    • Agenda•  End-user Web development•  Problem statement•  Our proposal•  Evaluation•  Conclusions 15