XFormsDB: an extensible web application framework built upon declarative W3C standards

  title={XFormsDB: an extensible web application framework built upon declarative W3C standards},
  author={Markku Laine and Denis Shestakov and Petri Vuorimaa},
Most Web applications are based on a conventional three-tier architecture, in which the presentation, application logic, and data management are developed and maintained in separate tiers. The main disadvantage of this architecture is that it requires expertise in multiple programming languages, programming paradigms, and data models used in each tier. A single expert rarely masters all the technologies and concepts involved. In this paper, we introduce a tier-expanding architectural approach… CONTINUE READING


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