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Microsoft Popfly

Known as: Popfly 
Microsoft Popfly (internally codenamed Springfield) was a Web site that allowed users to create web pages, program snippets, and mashups using the… 
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2017
2017
Mashups are agile applications that aggregate RESTful services, developed by third parties, whose functions are exposed as Web… 
2012
2012
Mashup is a new application development pattern that integrates different resources such as data, service or api to construct… 
2009
2009
We discuss the application of Web 2.0 to support scientific research (e‐Science) and related ‘e‐more or less anything… 
2009
2009
Currently, WWW, large enterprises, and desktop users suffer from an inability to efficiently access and manage differently… 
2009
2009
The Internet contains thousands of Frequently Updated, Timestamped, Structured (FUTS) data sources. This type of information… 
2008
2008
Mashups are big; everybody and their dog are creating new and interesting ways of combining information on the Web. But if all… 
2008
2008
Microsoft Popfly is a web site comprising a social network (the Popfly Space), a tool (the Popfly Creator), and an optional… 
2008
2008
The concept of a mashup is gaining popularity as a rapid-development, reuse-oriented programming model to replace monolithic… 
2008
2008
With the prevalence of Web Services technology, more and more information in the web are provided through Web Services. In… 
2008
2008
Bioinformatics is dominated by on-line databases and sophisticated web-accessible tools. As such, it is ideally placed to benefit…