Specification of web applications design in CASE using UML and its mapping to an implementation environment

Authors: M. Bieliková and P. Blšták.

Reference: In Proc. of ISIM 2005: 8th International Conference on Information Systems Implementation and Modelling, J. Zendulka (Ed.), April 2005, Hradec nad Moravicí, Czech Republic, pp.135-142.

Abstract: Software systems design requires constantly prompter and more systematic approach. Therefore, new ways of software systems design specification are being searched for and support tools are being developed. In this paper we discuss an issue of effective web applications design using UML. Further, we elaborate an issue of transition from the applications design to its implementation via code generation. We describe the design specification, which is based on domain object-orientated design realized using class diagrams by which the application and database tier are modeled. A part of design specification is a dynamic model of the web application presentation layer, which uses state diagrams. For simplifying the application code generation and for increasing the ratio of generated code we have developed target framework called TF framework. Based on the presented design specification, we have designed, implemented and evaluated the application code generator for the TF framework using the CASE tool Poseidon for UML.

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