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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Description

This extension to the UML defines a set of stereotypes, tagged values, and constraints that enable us to model Web applications. The stereotypes and constraints are applied to certain components that are particular to Web applications, allowing us to represent them in the same model and on the same diagrams that describe the rest of the system.

The principal element specific to Web applications is the Web page. Several stereotypes can be applied to a Web page, and additional stereotypes are assigned to other HTML elements that represent architecturally significant components of the system, such as frames, targets, and forms.

Many of the tagged values mentioned in this extension may be considered presentational rather than structural. ...

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