FAR: an end-user language to support cottage e-services

@article{Burnett2001FARAE,
  title={FAR: an end-user language to support cottage e-services},
  author={Margaret M. Burnett and Sudheer Kumar Chekka and Rajeev K. Pandey},
  journal={Proceedings IEEE Symposia on Human-Centric Computing Languages and Environments (Cat. No.01TH8587)},
  year={2001},
  pages={195-202}
}
E-commerce has begun to evolve beyond simple web pages to more sophisticated ways of conducting e-business transactions, such as through electronic advertising, negotiation, and delivery. However, to participate in these advances requires the skills of professional programmers, and end-user owners of small businesses often cannot justify this expense. In this paper, we present FAR, an end-user language to offer and deliver e-services. The novel aspects of FAR are its support of small e-services… CONTINUE READING

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