Web & Software Development

A Legal Guide
Author: Stephen Fishman
Publisher: NOLO
ISBN: 1413300871
Category: Computers
Page: 560
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For people in the Web or software industries, failure to understand the tangle of rules governing development and protection can cost thousands of dollars. This book covers everything they need to know about copyrights and trademarks, trade secrets and patent protections, contractors and employees, permission and linking agreements, as well as publishing, employment and consulting agreements. Step-by-step instructions and forms needed to register a software copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office. All contracts, agreements and legal forms are provided on a dual platform CD-ROM.

Legal Guide to Web & Software Development

Author: Stephen Fishman J.D
Publisher: Nolo
ISBN: 141331516X
Category: Computers
Page: 544
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Protect your rights, and your hard work! The laws covering website and software development are complex and confusing, but if you don't untangle them, it could cost you thousands of dollars in attorneys' fees and lawsuits. Fortunately, Legal Guide to Web & Software Development decodes this complex area of the law, thoroughly and in reader-friendly English. It also provides contracts, agreements and legal forms on CD-ROM, with step-by-step instructions for filling them out, so you can protect your software and website without paying a lawyer's ransom. Use Legal Guide to Web & Software Development to learn: what kind of legal protection you need the strengths and limitations of each type of protection how to avoid infringement which provisions you need when drafting an agreement how to obtain permission to use other people's materials You'll find complete, step-by-step instructions to draft: employment agreements contractor and consultant agreements development agreements license agreements The 5th edition of Legal Guide to Web & Software Development is completely updated to provide the latest case law and statutory revisions.

Adaptive Web Services for Modular and Reusable Software Development: Tactics and Solutions

Tactics and Solutions
Author: Ortiz, Guadalupe
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466620900
Category: Computers
Page: 415
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Web services provide systems with great flexibility and easier maintenance which result in better ways to communicate and distribute applications. There are good procedures in place for the design, development, and management of Web services; however, there are areas in which Web service adaptation is required. To preserve the loosely coupled approach of Web services, service adaptations should be implemented appropriately. Adaptive Web Services for Modular and Reusable Software Development: Tactics and Solutions includes current research on the area of Web service adaptation while embarking upon the different aspects related to Web services. This collection provides an overview of existing solutions for service adaption in different development scopes as well as covers a wide variety of challenges which emerge. It aims to keep industry professionals as well as academic researchers up to date with the latest research results.

Web Engineering

Author: Emilia Mendes,Nile Mosley
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540282181
Category: Computers
Page: 440
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Since its original inception back in 1989 the Web has changed into an environment where Web applications range from small-scale information dissemination applications, often developed by non-IT professionals, to large-scale, commercial, enterprise-planning and scheduling applications, developed by multidisciplinary teams of people with diverse skills and backgrounds and using cutting-edge, diverse technologies. As an engineering discipline, Web engineering must provide principles, methodologies and frameworks to help Web professionals and researchers develop applications and manage projects effectively. Mendes and Mosley have selected experts from numerous areas in Web engineering, who contribute chapters where important concepts are presented and then detailed using real industrial case studies. After an introduction into the discipline itself and its intricacies, the contributions range from Web effort estimation, productivity benchmarking and conceptual and model-based application development methodologies, to other important principles such as usability, reliability, testing, process improvement and quality measurement. This is the first book that looks at Web engineering from a measurement perspective. The result is a self-containing, comprehensive overview detailing the role of measurement and metrics within the context of Web engineering. This book is ideal for professionals and researchers who want to know how to use sound principles for the effective management of Web projects, as well as for courses at an advanced undergraduate or graduate level.

GUI Bloopers

Don'ts and Do's for Software Developers and Web Designers
Author: Jeff Johnson
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
ISBN: 9781558605824
Category: Computers
Page: 559
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GUI Bloopers looks at user interface design bloopers from commercial software, Web sites, and information appliances, explaining how intelligent, well-intentioned professionals made these dreadful mistakes--and how you can avoid them. While equipping you with all the theory needed to learn from these examples, GUI expert Jeff Johnson also presents the reality of interface design in an entertaining, anecdotal, and instructive way. This is an excellent, well-illustrated resource for anyone whose work touches on usability issues, including software engineers, Web site designers, managers of development processes, QA professionals, and usability professionals. Hear Jeff Johnson's interview podcast on software and website usability at the University of Canterbury (25 min.) * Takes a learn-by-example approach that teaches you to avoid common errors by asking the appropriate questions of your own interface designs. * Includes two complete war stories, drawn from the author's personal experience, that describe in detail the challenges faced by UI engineers. * Covers bloopers in a wide range of categories: GUI components, layout and appearance, text messages, interaction strategies, Web site design, responsiveness issues, management decision-making, and even more at www.GUI-bloopers.com. * Organized and formatted based on the results of its own usability testing--so you can quickly find the information you need, packaged in easily digested pieces. *Announcing the sequel: Web Bloopers. Totally devoted to the Web. Go to www.web-bloopers.com.

Advances in Software Engineering

International Conference, ASEA 2008, and Its Special Sessions, Sanya, Hainan Island, China, December 13-15, 2008. Revised Selected Papers
Author: Changhoon Lee
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642102417
Category: Computers
Page: 241
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As software engineering (SE) becomes specialized and fragmented, it is easy to lose sight that many topics in SE have common threads and because of this, advances in one sub-discipline may transmit to another. The presentation of results between diff- ent sub-disciplines of SE encourages this interchange for the advancement of SE as a whole. Of particular interest is the hybrid approach of combining ideas from one d- cipline with those of another to achieve a result that is more significant than the sum of the individual parts. Through this hybrid philosophy, a new or common principle can be discovered which has the propensity to propagate throughout this multifaceted discipline. This volume comprises the selection of extended versions of papers that were p- sented in their shortened form at the 2008 International Conference on Advanced Software Engineering and Its Applications (http://www.sersc.org/ASEA2008/) and 2009 Advanced Science and Technology (http://www.sersc.org/AST2009/). We would like to acknowledge the great effort of all in the ASEA 2008 and AST 2009 International Advisory Board and members of the International Program Committee, as well as all the organizations and individuals who supported the idea of publishing these advances in software engineering, including SERSC (http://www.sersc.org/) and Springer. We would like to give special thanks to Rosslin John Robles, Maricel O. Balitanas, Farkhod Alisherov Alisherovish, Feruza Sattarova Yusfovna. These graduate school students of Hannam University attended to the editing process of this volume with great passion.

Careers in E-commerce Software Development

Author: Jason T. Roff,Kimberly A. Roff
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780823934218
Category: Computers
Page: 64
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Describes types of software delvelopment and discusses the education and training needed to get started in a variety of programming jobs.

Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications

Author: Roger Lee
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 331961388X
Category: Computers
Page: 215
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This book gathers 12 of the most promising papers presented at the 15th International Conference on Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence Research, Management and Applications (SERA 2017) held on June 7–9, 2017 at the University of Greenwich, London, UK. The aim of this conference was to bring together researchers and scientists, businessmen and entrepreneurs, teachers, engineers, computer users, and students to discuss the numerous fields of computer science, to share their experiences and to exchange new ideas and information in a meaningful way. The book also presents research findings regarding all aspects (theory, applications and tools) of computer and information science, and discusses the practical challenges encountered along the way and the solutions adopted to solve them.

How to Break Web Software

Functional and Security Testing of Web Applications and Web Services
Author: Mike Andrews,James A. Whittaker
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
ISBN: 9780321657510
Category: Computers
Page: 240
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Rigorously test and improve the security of all your Web software! It’s as certain as death and taxes: hackers will mercilessly attack your Web sites, applications, and services. If you’re vulnerable, you’d better discover these attacks yourself, before the black hats do. Now, there’s a definitive, hands-on guide to security-testing any Web-based software: How to Break Web Software. In this book, two renowned experts address every category of Web software exploit: attacks on clients, servers, state, user inputs, and more. You’ll master powerful attack tools and techniques as you uncover dozens of crucial, widely exploited flaws in Web architecture and coding. The authors reveal where to look for potential threats and attack vectors, how to rigorously test for each of them, and how to mitigate the problems you find. Coverage includes · Client vulnerabilities, including attacks on client-side validation · State-based attacks: hidden fields, CGI parameters, cookie poisoning, URL jumping, and session hijacking · Attacks on user-supplied inputs: cross-site scripting, SQL injection, and directory traversal · Language- and technology-based attacks: buffer overflows, canonicalization, and NULL string attacks · Server attacks: SQL Injection with stored procedures, command injection, and server fingerprinting · Cryptography, privacy, and attacks on Web services Your Web software is mission-critical–it can’t be compromised. Whether you’re a developer, tester, QA specialist, or IT manager, this book will help you protect that software–systematically.

Software Development

Building Reliable Systems
Author: Marc Hamilton
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional
ISBN: 9780130812469
Category: Computers
Page: 357
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Software Development is the most thorough, realistic guide to "what works" in software development - and how to make it happen in your organization. Leading consultant Marc Hamilton tackles all three key elements of successful development: people, processes, and technology. From streamlining infrastructures to retraining programmers, choosing tools to implementing service level agreements, Hamilton unifies all of today's best practices - in management, architecture, and software engineering.

Functional Web Development with Elixir, OTP, and Phoenix

Rethink the Modern Web App
Author: Lance Halvorsen
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
ISBN: 1680505440
Category: Computers
Page: 220
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Elixir and Phoenix are generating tremendous excitement as an unbeatable platform for building modern web applications. For decades OTP has helped developers create incredibly robust, scalable applications with unparalleled uptime. Make the most of them as you build a stateful web app with Elixir, OTP, and Phoenix. Model domain entities without an ORM or a database. Manage server state and keep your code clean with OTP Behaviours. Layer on a Phoenix web interface without coupling it to the business logic. Open doors to powerful new techniques that will get you thinking about web development in fundamentally new ways. Elixir and OTP provide exceptional tools to build rock-solid back-end applications that scale. In this book, you'll build a web application in a radically different way, with a back end that holds application state. You'll use persistent Phoenix Channel connections instead of HTTP's request-response, and create the full application in distinct, decoupled layers. In Part 1, start by building the business logic as a separate application, without Phoenix. Model the application domain with Elixir functions and simple data structures. By keeping state in memory instead of a database, you can reduce latency and simplify your code. In Part 2, add in the GenServer Behaviour to make managing in-memory state a breeze. Create a supervision tree to boost fault tolerance while separating error handling from business logic. Phoenix is a modern web framework you can layer on top of business logic while keeping the two completely decoupled. In Part 3, you'll do exactly that as you build a web interface with Phoenix. Bring in the application from Part 2 as a dependency to a new Phoenix project. Then use ultra-scalable Phoenix Channels to establish persistent connections between the stateful server and a stateful front-end client. You're going to love this way of building web apps! What You Need: You'll need a computer that can run Elixir version 1.5 or higher and Phoenix 1.3 or higher. Some familiarity with Elixir and Phoenix is recommended.

Web Intelligence: Research and Development

First Asia-Pacific Conference, WI 2001, Maebashi City, Japan, October 23-26, 2001, Proceedings
Author: Ning Zhong,Yiyu Yao,Jiming Liu,Setsuo Ohsuga
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540427309
Category: Computers
Page: 620
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Reasoning Web. Semantic Technologies for Software Engineering

6th International Summer School 2010, Dresden, Germany, August 30 - September 3, 2010. Tutorial Lectures
Author: Uwe Aßmann,Andreas Bartho,Christian Wende
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642155421
Category: Computers
Page: 183
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Welcome to the proceedings of Reasoning Web 2010 which was held in Dresden. Reasoning Web is a summer school series on theoretical foundations,contemporary approaches, and practical solutions for reasoning in a Web of Semantics. It has est- lished itself as a meeting point for experts from research institutes and industry, as well as students undertakingtheir PhDs in related ?elds. This volume contains tutorial notes of the sixth school in the series, held from August 30 to September 3, 2010. This year, the school focused on applications of semantic technologies in software engineeringandthereasoningtechnologiesappropriateforsuchanendeavor. Asit turns out, semantic technologies in software engineering are not so easily applied, and s- eral issues mustbe resolvedbeforesoftware modelingcanbene?t fromreasoning. First, reasoning has to be fast and scalable, since models and programscan be quite large and voluminous. SincemanyreasoninglanguagesareexponentialorNP-complete,appro- mation, incrementalization,and other optimizationtechniques are extremelyimportant. Second, software engineering needs to model software systems, in contrast to mod- ing domains of the world. Thus, the modeling techniques are prescriptive rather than descriptive [1], which in?uences the way models are reasoned about. When a software system is modeled, its behavior is prescribed by the model, that is, “the truth is in the model”[2]; when a domainof the world is described,its behaviorcannotbe prescribed, only described by the model (“the truth is in the world”). Therefore, reasoning has to distinguish between prescriptiveness and descriptiveness, leading to different assu- tions about the closeness or openness of the world (closed-world assumption, CWA vs. open-world assumption, OWA).

Advances in Software Engineering

International Conference, ASEA 2010, Held as Part of the Future Generation Information Technology Conference, FGIT 2010, Jeju Island, Korea, December 13-15, 2010. Proceedings
Author: Haeng-kon Kim,Muhammad Khurram Khan,Akingbehin Kiumi,Wai-chi Fang,Dominik Ślȩzak
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3642175783
Category: Computers
Page: 340
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Welcome to the Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Advanced Software Engineering and Its Applications (ASEA 2010) – one of the partnering events of the Second International Mega-Conference on Future Generation Information Technology (FGIT 2010). ASEA brings together researchers from academia and industry as well as practitioners to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of software engineering, including its links to computational sciences, mathematics and information technology. In total, 1,630 papers were submitted to FGIT 2010 from 30 countries, which includes 175 papers submitted to ASEA 2010. The submitted papers went through a rigorous reviewing process: 395 of the 1,630 papers were accepted for FGIT 2010, while 40 papers were accepted for ASEA 2010. Of the 640 papers were selected for the special FGIT 2010 volume published by Springer in the LNCS series. 32 papers are published in this volume, and 2 papers were withdrawn due to technical reasons. We would like to acknowledge the great effort of the ASEA 2010 International Advisory Board and members of the International Program Committee, as well as all the organizations and individuals who supported the idea of publishing this volume of proceedings, including SERSC and Springer. Also, the success of the conference would not have been possible without the huge support from our sponsors and the work of the Chairs and Organizing Committee.

Engineering Web Applications

Author: Sven Casteleyn,Florian Daniel,Peter Dolog,Maristella Matera
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540922016
Category: Computers
Page: 349
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Nowadays, Web applications are almost omnipresent. The Web has become a platform not only for information delivery, but also for eCommerce systems, social networks, mobile services, and distributed learning environments. Engineering Web applications involves many intrinsic challenges due to their distributed nature, content orientation, and the requirement to make them available to a wide spectrum of users who are unknown in advance. The authors discuss these challenges in the context of well-established engineering processes, covering the whole product lifecycle from requirements engineering through design and implementation to deployment and maintenance. They stress the importance of models in Web application development, and they compare well-known Web-specific development processes like WebML, WSDM and OOHDM to traditional software development approaches like the waterfall model and the spiral model. .

Pro Website Development and Operations

Streamlining DevOps for large-scale websites
Author: Matthew Sacks
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1430239700
Category: Computers
Page: 124
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Pro Website Development and Operations gives you the experience you need to create and operate a large-scale production website. Large-scale websites have their own unique set of problems regarding their design—problems that can get worse when agile methodologies are adopted for rapid results. Managing large-scale websites, deploying applications, and ensuring they are performing well often requires a full scale team involving the development and operations sides of the company—two departments that don't always see eye to eye. When departments struggle with each other, it adds unnecessary complexity to the work, and that result shows in the customer experience. Pro Website Development and Operations shows you how to streamline the work of web development and operations - incorporating the latest insights and methodologies of DevOps - so that your large-scale website is up and running quickly, with little friction and extreme efficiency between divisions. This book provides critical knowledge for any developer engaged in delivering the business and software engineering goals required to create and operate a large-scale production website. It addresses how developers can collaborate effectively with business and engineering teams to ensure applications are smoothly transitioned from product inception to implementation, and are properly deployed and managed. Pro Website Development and Operations provides unique insights into how systems, code, and process can all work together to make large-scale website development and operations ultra-efficient.

Semantic Web and Model-Driven Engineering

Author: Fernando S. Parreiras
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118004175
Category: Computers
Page: 264
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The next enterprise computing era will rely on the synergy between both technologies: semantic web and model–driven software development (MDSD). The semantic web organizes system knowledge in conceptual domains according to its meaning. It addresses various enterprise computing needs by identifying, abstracting and rationalizing commonalities, and checking for inconsistencies across system specifications. On the other side, model–driven software development is closing the gap among business requirements, designs and executables by using domain–specific languages with custom–built syntax and semantics. It focuses on using modeling languages as programming languages. Among many areas of application, we highlight the area of configuration management. Consider the example of a telecommunication company, where managing the multiple configurations of network devices (routers, hubs, modems, etc.) is crucial. Enterprise systems identify and document the functional and physical characteristics of network devices, and control changes to those characteristics. Applying the integration of semantic web and model–driven software development allows for (1) explicitly specifying configurations of network devices with tailor–made languages, (2) for checking the consistency of these specifications (3) for defining a vocabulary to share device specifications across enterprise systems. By managing configurations with consistent and explicit concepts, we reduce cost and risk, and enhance agility in response to new requirements in the telecommunication area. This book examines the synergy between semantic web and model–driven software development. It brings together advances from disciplines like ontologies, description logics, domain–specific modeling, model transformation and ontology engineering to take enterprise computing to the next level.