Overview of Strudel - A Web-Site Management System

  title={Overview of Strudel - A Web-Site Management System},
  author={Mary F. Fern{\'a}ndez and Daniela Florescu and Jaewoo Kang and Alon Y. Halevy and Dan Suciu},
  journal={Networking and Information Systems},
The Strudel system applies concepts from database management systems to the process of building Web sites. Strudel’s key idea is separating the management of the site’s data, the creation and management of the site’s structure, and the visual presentation of the site’s pages. First, the site builder creates a uniform model of all data available at the site. Second, the builder uses this model to declaratively define the Web site’s structure by applying a “sitedefinition query” to the underlying… CONTINUE READING
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