Web Engineering is a specific domain in which Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) can be successfully applied. Existing model-based Web engineering approaches already provide excellent methods and tools for the design and development of most kinds of Web applications. They address different concerns using separate models (navigation, presentation, workflows, etc.) and come with model compilers that produce most of the application’s Web pages and logic based on these models. However, most of these Web Engineering proposals do not fully exploit all the potential benefits of MDE, such as complete platform independence, meta-modelling, and model transformations.
In addition, there is an increasing trend towards the incorporation of emerging technologies like the Rich Internet Applications, Mashups, Semantic Web and (Semantic) Web Rule Languages, which aim at fostering application interoperability, especially within the scope of the Web 2.0 and is related technologies and richer applications. These current trends involve new challenges both to the modelling and model-driven development domains. However, the effective integration of all these new techniques with the already existing model-based Web Engineering approaches is still unresolved.
Accordingly, we invite original, high-quality submissions for the 2010 edition of the Model-Driven Web Engineering Workshop. The aim of this workshop is to provide a forum to discuss the state-of-the-art in Model-Driven Web Engineering (MDWE), where researcher and practitioners will meet to outline a roadmap that addresses the key challenges in this area.
|Submissions:||April 21, 2010|
|Notification:||May 21, 2010|
|Event:||July 5, 2010-July 5, 2010|