Chapter 5. Enterprise Mashup Patterns

Mashup design and implementation share many of the same development issues as traditional software engineering. Therefore, many of the same techniques and methodologies that provide successful results to traditional software paradigms work equally as well with mashup development. Software patterns are one of the most widely used methodologies in traditional software engineering and are also strongly suggested as a mechanism for addressing mashup design and development scenarios.

This chapter discusses some patterns that can be applied to a mashup development environment to aid in finding common solutions to typical mashup problems. All the patterns discussed were created by Michael Ogrinz in his book Mashup ...

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