Towards the web of applications: incorporating end user programming into the web 2.0 communities

Navid Ahmadi, Mehdi Jazayeri, Francesco Lelli, Alexander Repenning

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Abstract

The Web is evolving from the Web of documents to the Web of applications. Web 2.0 communities need end-user programming tools to create interactive applications according to their skills and domain of interest. However, due to the different domains of programming in different communities, providing a generic EUP tool to all communities is not possible. We aim at encapsulating development of domain-oriented EUP tools as a community-based effort-taking place at two layers: (i) among different communities, and (ii) inside a particular community. Accordingly, we suggest a domain-independent model and its respective Web-based infrastructure to supports different online communities to create and appropriate end user development tools for building interactive artifacts collaboratively.
Original languageEnglish
Pages9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Eventthe 2nd international workshop - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Duration: 24 Aug 200924 Aug 2009

Conference

Conferencethe 2nd international workshop
Period24/08/0924/08/09

Keywords

  • Web 2.0
  • end user programming
  • Web application
  • APIs
  • Internet of Things
  • Monitoring

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Ahmadi, N., Jazayeri, M., Lelli, F., & Repenning, A. (2009). Towards the web of applications: incorporating end user programming into the web 2.0 communities. 9. Paper presented at the 2nd international workshop, . https://doi.org/10.1145/1595836.1595839
Ahmadi, Navid ; Jazayeri, Mehdi ; Lelli, Francesco ; Repenning, Alexander. / Towards the web of applications : incorporating end user programming into the web 2.0 communities. Paper presented at the 2nd international workshop, .
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Ahmadi N, Jazayeri M, Lelli F, Repenning A. Towards the web of applications: incorporating end user programming into the web 2.0 communities. 2009. Paper presented at the 2nd international workshop, . https://doi.org/10.1145/1595836.1595839