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Building Web Applications with UML (2nd Edition) (Addison-Wesley Object-Technology Series)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Building Web Applications with UML (2nd Edition) (Addison-Wesley Object-Technology Series).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Jim Conallen(Author)

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The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the standard modeling language for software systems. Using UML to model web application design allows designers to easily integrate web applications with other systems modeled in UML. Building Web Applications with UML, Second Edition presents an extension to UML suitable for web application design. Based on the author's own experience developing UML web applications, and incorporating helpful reader feedback from the first edition, the book identifies and addresses modeling problems unique to page based web applications, and offers a clear and straightforward solution. The reader is left with a clear understanding how to deal with the unique problems of modeling the design of page-based web applications, and how to take the model directly into working code.

The Universal Modelling Language (UML) is a flexible and comprehensive way to design and diagram any software development project. Building Web Applications with UML covers the Web Application Extension (WAE) for UML and includes enough background information about Web applications to ease traditional software analysts and designers into the world of the Web.

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  • PDF | 496 pages
  • Jim Conallen(Author)
  • AddisonWesley Professional; 2 edition (3 Oct. 2002)
  • English
  • 9
  • Computing & Internet

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  • By on 2 January 2001

    The book is in two parts. The first gives a good general round-up of existing technologies and applications. Part two gives a thorough and for me, enjoyable run-through of the most important aspects of UML, namely "Use cases" and "Sequence diagrams". I thought particularly good, the examples and the extensions for modelling client side. Client side modelling is difficult with all the different components, but this has helped me a lot.There is a foreword by Grady Booch on p.xvii

  • By MR M R B WHEAVER on 15 January 2001

    I haven't finished the book yet but it (my copy at least) does have a forward by Grady Booch. The first 5 chapters set the scene, reviewing web technologies and their significance from a model(l)ing point of view. Not everyone who might be called upon to model some aspect of a web site (or learn how) is an expert on every technology. This is less than a third of the book, anyway. The book then covers process issues, which I'm finding useful and relevant. Finally, the unique selling point: the Web Application Extension for UML - the vital connection between the standard modeling language and one of its most important applications. I find Conallen's style readable and the book well-structured.

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