A contribution-based framework for the creation of semantically-enabled web applications
|A contribution-based framework for the creation of semantically-enabled web applications|
|Author(s)||Rico M., Camacho D., Corcho O.|
|Published in||Information Sciences|
|Keyword(s)||Contributely-collaborative systems, Semantic web applications, Semantic web technologies, Wiki-based applications (Extra: Application developers, Collaborative systems, Plug-ins, Semantic data, Semantic web applications, Semantic web technologies, Semantic Web technology, WEB application, Web-based applications, Semantics, World Wide Web, Semantic Web)|
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A contribution-based framework for the creation of semantically-enabled web applications is a 2010 journal article written in English by Rico M., Camacho D., Corcho O. and published in Information Sciences.
We present Fortunata, a wiki-based framework designed to simplify the creation of semantically-enabled web applications. This framework facilitates the management and publication of semantic data in web-based applications, to the extent that application developers do not need to be skilled in client-side technologies, and promotes application reuse by fostering collaboration among developers by means of wiki plugins. We illustrate the use of this framework with two Fortunata-based applications named OMEMO and VPOET, and we evaluate it with two experiments performed with usability evaluators and application developers respectively. These experiments show a good balance between the usability of the applications created with this framework and the effort and skills required by developers. © 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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