Chapter 7. Step-by-Step: A Tour through a Sample Mashup

To this point, I have discussed the importance of analyzing the specific programming entities that can be combined in a mashup along with the corresponding issues and solutions for each. This has been presented as three high-level categories of items—user interface artifacts (presentation), data (resources), and/or application functionality (processes). UI artifacts include such entities as HTML snippets, on-demand JavaScript, web service APIs, RSS feeds, and/or other sundry pieces of data. The implementation style, techniques, and technologies used for each category of mashup items present certain constraints and subtleties.

In this chapter I discuss the concepts presented thus far as ...

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