Integrating the common variability language with multilanguage annotations for web engineering

@article{Horcas2018IntegratingTC,
  title={Integrating the common variability language with multilanguage annotations for web engineering},
  author={Jose Miguel Horcas and Alejandro Corti{\~n}as and Lidia Fuentes and Miguel R. Luaces},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/2001.05254}
}
  • Jose Miguel Horcas, Alejandro Cortiñas, +1 author Miguel R. Luaces
  • Published in SPLC '18 2018
  • Computer Science
  • Web applications development involves managing a high diversity of files and resources like code, pages or style sheets, implemented in different languages. To deal with the automatic generation of custom-made configurations of web applications, industry usually adopts annotation-based approaches even though the majority of studies encourage the use of composition-based approaches to implement Software Product Lines. Recent work tries to combine both approaches to get the complementary benefits… CONTINUE READING

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