Declarative Web Site Management with Tiramisu

@inproceedings{Anderson1999DeclarativeWS,
  title={Declarative Web Site Management with Tiramisu},
  author={Corin R. Anderson and Alon Y. Halevy and Daniel S. Weld},
  booktitle={WebDB},
  year={1999}
}
Early research in declarative web-site management identi ed a key principle: the separation of data management, site structure, and page presentation. This separation was made through the introduction of a logical representation, the site graph, de ned as a view over underlying data. While the separation of these three tasks provides many bene ts, existing systems require that the user implement the web site with the same system they use to design it, and this restriction is problematic for… CONTINUE READING

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