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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Chapter Summary

  • Design is where the abstraction of the business takes its first step into the reality of software.

  • Design starts with the analysis model and architecture as the major inputs.

  • Design activities revolve around the class and interaction diagrams.

  • The design model is something that can be mapped directly into code.

  • The component view expresses the physical modules and executable that will be distributed as the system.

  • Component diagrams visualize components, interfaces, and their interelationships.

  • Mapping Web application–specific components, such as pages, to plain-vanilla UML is difficult.

  • An extension to UML is an ordered way to add new semantics to UML notation.

  • The UML extension mechanism defines stereotypes, tagged values, and constraints ...

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