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Interaction Flow Modeling Language by Piero Fraternali, Marco Brambilla

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Chapter 10

Implementation of applications specified with IFML

Abstract

This chapter delves into the discussion on how to map the platform-independent IFML models into specific technological platforms. Ideally, the mapping to the implementation layer could be illustrated for any software architecture that supports user’s interactivity. For space reasons, this chapter restricts the illustration to four main categories of platforms that represent a good sample of the current status of the practice: pure HTML with a template based approach (specifically, on so-called LAMP environments comprising Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP), pure HTML with a presentation a framework (namely, Spring, one of the most popular web presentation frameworks based on the Model-View-Controller ...

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