- Tapa blanda: 496 páginas
- Editor: Addison Wesley; Edición: 2nd edition (3 de octubre de 2002)
- Colección: The Addison-Wesley Object-Technology Series
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0201730383
- ISBN-13: 978-0201730388
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Building Web Applications with UML (The Addison-Wesley Object-Technology Series) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 3 oct 2002
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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.
This is a new edition of the widely acclaimed Building Web Applications with UML. Based on the author's extensive experience as a Web developer, it incorporates helpful reader feedback, identifies and addresses modeling problems unique to page-based Web applications, and offers practical advice and straightforward solutions.
This thoroughly revised Second Edition reflects the latest techniques and issues surrounding the development of software and systems for the Web. You will find:
- Updated, expanded examples and diagrams
- Enhanced coverage of the latest Web application security concerns
- Detailed coverage of proven object technology concepts as applied to the development of Web applications
Robust, scalable, and feature-rich Web applications are attainable. Using the industry-standard Unified Modeling Language (UML) to create designs allows Web application developers to easily integrate them with other systems modeled in UML.
Written for project managers, architects, analysts, designers, and implementers,Building Web Applications with UML, Second Edition , demystifies the challenging aspects of modeling with the Web Application Extension (WAE) for the Unified Modeling Language. Because UML has been widely accepted as the standard language for modeling software systems, it is without question the best option for modeling Web application designs. The WAE extends the UML notation with semantics and constructs that empower you to model Web-specific architectural elements using the Rational Unified Process or an alternative methodology. Furthermore, using UML allows the modeling of Web applications as a part of the complete system and the integration of the business logic that must be reflected in each application.
With this book as your guide, you will be able to gain a clear understanding of how to address the unique problems of modeling the design of page-based Web applications, and more important, how to take your model directly into working code.
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Two of the four appendices are very useful. One summarizes the extensions. Another provides all of the UML diagrams and even code outlines for a small sample project.
The book is heavier on the Microsoft technologies than Java, and it's too bad that the book predates .NET. The concepts are still useful and with some thought can be extended to the richer environment presented by .NET.
Since many projects start with an inflexible constraint that says the user interface will be a browser connecting to an Internet server, someone working on such a project might as well was have his UML reference in a Web flavor. I am aware of only one other book with this specific purpose, and it is for Java and out of date.
Some new concepts, good writing, lots of UML diagrams, and lots of code shells give it four stars.
The appendices are even helpful. Appendix A is a visual directory for the Web Application Extension for UML. Appendix B is a sample use case which reader will find very useful as a template for future projects. Ditto for Appendix C, a sample model for a Glossary Appllcation using ASP.
Do not be mistaken. By itself, this book will not likely make you an expert in UML. Fortunately, it also manages to avoid any heavy-handed favoritism between technology products mentioned, including products from Rational Corporation. Refreshing!
As a web development project architect who is on the steep part of the learning curve, I will doubtlessly be able to add some rigor to my firm's process, beginning with initial client discovery and leading through delivery of a killer pre-development site design documentat -- one in which developers, graphic designers, managers and most importantly, clients, will appreciate. Additionally, the superior documentation which this process affords will, no doubt, significantly improve software, which is what it's all about.
That said... bring on the next mega-project. I think I feel a home run coming on!