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2012 14th IEEE International Symposium on Web Systems Evolution (WSE) (2012)
Trento, Italy Italy
Sept. 28, 2012 to Sept. 28, 2012
ISSN: 2160-6153
ISBN: 978-1-4673-3057-2
pp: 91-95
Roberto Rodriguez-Echeverria , Quercus Software Engineering Group, University of Extremadura, Spain
Jose M. Conejero , Quercus Software Engineering Group, University of Extremadura, Spain
Pedro J. Clemente , Quercus Software Engineering Group, University of Extremadura, Spain
Maria D. Villalobos , Quercus Software Engineering Group, University of Extremadura, Spain
Fernando Sanchez-Figueroa , Quercus Software Engineering Group, University of Extremadura, Spain
ABSTRACT
In the last years one of the main concerns of the software industry has been to reengineer their legacy Web Applications (WAs) to take advantage of the benefits introduced by Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). In this context, Model Driven (MD) Web Engineering approaches have been extended with new modeling primitives to obtain the benefits provided by RIA features. However, during the last decade, widespread language-specific Web frameworks have supported actual Web system development. In this paper we present a MD reverse engineering process to obtain a conceptual representation of the navigational concern of a legacy Web application (LWA), as an initial step within a LWA-to-RIA modernization process. WebML is selected as the target MD Web Engineering approach.
INDEX TERMS
Navigation, Internet, Java, Reverse engineering, Biological system modeling, Data models, Software, Model-driven Web Engineering, Reverse Engineering, Rich Internet Applications
CITATION

R. Rodriguez-Echeverria, J. M. Conejero, P. J. Clemente, M. D. Villalobos and F. Sanchez-Figueroa, "Generation of WebML hypertext models from legacy Web Applications," 2012 14th IEEE International Symposium on Web Systems Evolution (WSE), Trento, Italy Italy, 2012, pp. 91-95.
doi:10.1109/WSE.2012.6320538
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