Data binding for standard-based web applications

  title={Data binding for standard-based web applications},
  author={Matthias Heinrich and Martin Gaedke},
Development frameworks have proven to drive developer productivity and flourish in a variety of different application domains. For example, data binding frameworks supporting the process of associating User Interface (UI) elements and data objects can reduce implementation efforts significantly. Even so desktop application developers have access to a myriad of data binding frameworks (e.g. Eclipse JFace); Web development still lacks decent data binding framework support. Therefore, we devised… CONTINUE READING
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