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Building Web Applications with UML (Addison-Wesley Object Technology) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Januar 2000


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  • Taschenbuch: 300 Seiten
  • Verlag: Addison Wesley (Januar 2000)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0201615770
  • ISBN-13: 978-0201615777
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,9 x 19 x 23,5 cm
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The Universal Modeling 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.

Author Jim Conallen divides the text into two logical parts: the first is dedicated to explaining the various Web application architectures out there, the second to the process of modeling such systems with UML. The first chapter concisely explains the basics of the standard elements of the Web such as HTML, HTTP, forms, frames, and session management. Subsequent chapters provide an excellent overview to server-side and client-side functionality, delving into key technologies such as Active Server Pages (ASP), Java applets, and XML.

The remainder of the book is devoted to defining the requirements, architecture, and design elements of Web applications using UML. The reader will learn about Use Cases, apply analysis, and represent Web applications with the distinctive graphical elements of UML. A sample ASP application is used to illustrate the concepts. This material may be a level of abstraction above the working coder but is excellent for project managers and system architects. --Stephen W. Plain

Topics covered: Browser/Server interactions, Web page design elements, session management, dynamic client and server languages, Web security, model design, use cases, requirement specifications, analysis, sequence diagrams, and class diagrams.

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Building Web Applications with UML is a guide to building robust, scalable, and feature-rich web applications using proven object-oriented techniques. Written for the project manager, architect, analyst, designer, and programmer of web applications, this book examines the unique aspects of modeling web applications with the Web Application Extension (WAE) for the Unified Modeling Language (UML). The UML has been widely accepted as the standard modeling language for software systems, and as a result is often the best option for modeling web application designs. The WAE extends the UML notation with semantics and constraints enabling developers to model web-specific architectural elements using the Rational Unified Process or an alternative methodology. Using UML allows developers to model their web applications as a part of the complete system and the business logic that must be reflected in the application. Readers will gain not only an understanding of the modeling process, but also the ability to map models directly into code.

Key topics include: *A basic introduction to web servers, browsers, HTTP, and HTML *Gathering requirements and defining the system's use cases *Transforming requirements into a model and then a design that maps directly into components of the system *Defining the architecture of a web application with an examination of three architectural patterns describing architectures for thin web client, thick web client, and web delivery designs *Modeling, at the appropriate level of abstraction and detail, the appropriate artifacts, including web application pages, page relationships, navigate routes, client-side scripts, and server-side generation *Creating code from UML models using ASP and VBScript *Client-side scripting using DHTML, Java Script, VBScript, Applets, ActiveX controls, and DOM *Using client/server protocols including DCOM, CORBA/IIOP, and Java's RMI *Securing a web application with SET, SSL, PGP, Certificates, and Certificate Authorities 0201615770B04062001

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Format: Taschenbuch
It is a tribute to the versatility of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and a compliment to its authors that it can be used to model web applications. Given the origins of the UML as a tool to model projects using Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), it is easy to believe that that is the only place where it can be used. Web programming is largely done in JavaScript and VBScript, where the first is only somewhat object-oriented and latter nowhere close.
In this book, the author introduces some new notation that can be used to model the construction of web applications, and given the topics of recent journal articles, it is somewhat overdue. I have read some articles recently where the topic is the planning of a company web site. The consensus is that one should plan for several months before the official launch. Translated into real terms, this amount of planning can be summed up in a single phrase, "model it."
The real significance of this book is the introduction of the concept of modeling with regard to web applications and that is what makes it valuable. Without the appropriate terms, it is not possible to properly describe a course of action, and the author introduces the necessary terms. The core of the book details the steps in a typical project:

1) The Process
2) Defining the Architecture
3) Requirements and Use Cases
4) Analysis
5) Design
6) Implementation

applied to the goal of designing, building and maintaining a substantial web presence. With the emphasis on the modeling, very little in the way of HTML and scripting skills are needed and very little code is presented.
If you are in the process of planning a web application, either a replacement or a new one, then it is worth your while to examine this book. For many businesses, a quality web presence is now an absolute necessity for survival. This book will help you achieve that.
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Format: Taschenbuch
It is a tribute to the versatility of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and a compliment to the authors that it can be used to model web applications. Given the origins as a tool to model projects using Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), it is easy to believe that that is the only place where it can be used. Web programming is largely done in JavaScript and VBScript, where the first is only somewhat object-oriented and latter nowhere close.
In this book the author introduces some new notation that can be used to model the construction of web applications, and given the topics of some recent journal articles, it is somewhat overdue. I have read some articles recently where the topic is the planning of a company web site. The consensus is that one should plan for several months before the official launch. Translated into real terms, this amount of planning can be summed up in a single phrase, "model it."
The real significance of this book is the introduction of the concept of modeling with regard to web applications and that is what makes it valuable. Without the appropriate terms, it is not possible to properly describe a course of action, and the author introduces the necessary terms.
If you are in the process of planning a web application, either a replacement or a new one, then it is worth your while to examine this book. For many businesses, a quality web presence is now an absolute necessity for survival. This book will help you achieve that.
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This book brings a measure of structure to an otherwise unstructured development arena, and is a harbinger of things to come in computer book publishing. I would expect similar books from Wrox and the other major developer presses. Don't wait for the knock offs. Buy this one and get a jump start on the rest of the world.
Jim's examples are great. Laying out a collection of documents that model his approach to web application modeling was very effective.
I would suggest that future editions assume more in terms of the reader's baseline knowledge (the first part of the book is a great synopsis of web technologies, but is major repeat for most I would think... although perhaps the average Addison Wesley reader is less informed in this regard...?)
Jim should write a book that surveys major process models (UP, MSF, ICONIX, etc.) and applies his proposed discipline of web app modeling in each process model for projects of various sizes. It is clear how one would apply this approach on long projects... I am very keen on seeing an approach that scales down to 3 week to 3 month projects while not completely sacrificing the modeling discpline. As it stands I don't see UP scaling this far down! ICONIX is close... MSF is the closest, bust lacks much in detailed modeling process.
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Looking at some of the reviews, I might have thought that this book was really hokey, but I bought a copy and read it. I'm glad I did.

Most of the people in my organization are having a tough time getting their requirements together for our next application. Most of them are seasoned domain experts, but this is their first Internet startup. They "get" the web, but have little understanding of how it works or how the engineering department is making their application happen. I *like* this book because it is small enough that I can hand it to a domain expert, tell him or her to read it, and expect afterwards that while the person might be a bit overwhelmed, that they will have more of a clue about how to work with engineering in the future. And for the part of our engineering team, we have been together now for a total of three weeks. I expect that this book will be an easy read to both set the expectations of all the team members of each other; both higher for those with no experience in UML or good OOD, and as an "expectation baseline" for those that do have more formal design experience.

I'm back here to buy a copy for everyone on the team, actually!
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