Web 2.0: Building Enterprise Portals

Publisher:
Prague University
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
16th International Conference Systems Integration 2008 Proceedings, 2008, pp. 270 - 279
Issue Date:
2008-01
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Various types of Web resources are being made available programmatically using APIs and through data feeds, facilitating the development of highly interactive applications with rich media content - the so called Web 2.0 applications. Most current Web 2.0 applications are simple mashups that combine information from multiple sources and provide a Windows-like user interface. More sophisticated Web programming techniques based on portable and reusable application components are becoming available and enable the construction ofhighly innovative applications that deliver real business value to organizations. In this paper we discuss the challenges of developing Web 2.0 applications and describe the design of an advanced mashup application, the Lenovo Olympic Podium, that illustrates the potential of Web 2.0.
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