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Revision as of 19:48, 30 October 2009

Presentation Modeling Framework aims at simplifying UI development using a model driven approach. UI development can be split up into three stages:

  1. Functional specification where the UI concepts are independent of any UI technology
  2. Translation from the functional specification to a technical widget set and platform
  3. Layout and styling

In current practice these are mostly taken in a single step using a single technology. We plan to provide the right tooling support for each step using models at different levels.

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