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ROSSI, Gustavo et al. 25 Years of Model-Driven Web Engineering. What we achieved, What is missing. CLEIej [online]. 2016, vol.19, n.3, pp.5-57. ISSN 0717-5000.

Model-Driven Web Engineering (MDWE) approaches aim to improve the Web applications development process by focusing on modeling instead of coding, and deriving the running application by transformations from conceptual models to code. The emergence of the Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML) has been an important milestone in the evolution of Web modeling languages, indicating not only the maturity of the field but also a final convergence of languages. In this paper we explain the evolution of modeling and design approaches since the early years (the 90’s) detailing the forces which drove that evolution and discussing the strengths and weaknesses of some of those approaches. A brief presentation of IFML is accompanied with a thorough analysis of the most important achievements of the MDWE community as well as the problems and obstacles that hinder the dissemination of model-driven techniques in the Web engineering field.

Palavras-chave : Model-Driven Web Engineering; approaches; Model-Driven Engineering; modelling..

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