From maintenance to evolutionary development of web applications: A pragmatic approach

R. Ramler, K. Wolfmaier, E. Weippl. From maintenance to evolutionary development of web applications: A pragmatic approach. volume 3140, pages 287-299, 2004.

Autoren
  • Rudolf Ramler
  • Klaus Wolfmaier
  • Edgar Weippl
Editoren
  • N. Koch
  • P. Fraternali
  • M. Wirsing
BuchProc. 4th Int. Conf. on Web Engineering (ICWE 04)
TypIn Konferenzband
VerlagSpringer
SerieLecture Notes in Computer Science
Band3140
ISBN3-540-22511-0
Jahr2004
Seiten287-299
Abstract Development of Web applications is dynamic by its very nature. Web development processes have to facilitate a Web application's continual refinement and evolution based on feedback from end-users. Evolutionary development can easily be achieved by end-user involvement through seamless integration of feedback and issue reporting mechanisms into Web applications. This paper discusses the use of conventional methods and tools for maintenance and change management as an infrastructure for evolutionary development of Web applications. An example demonstrates the feasibility of the proposed approach. It describes our experience from integrating the open source issue tracking system Bugzilla into a Web application.