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Welcome to the WebML site :.

Modeling the Web:.
The Web Modeling Language is a visual notation for specifying the content, composition, and navigation features of hypertext applications, building on ER, BPMN and UML.
WebML becomes IFML :.
WebML is now converging into IFML (Interaction Flow Modeling Language), the new standard adopted by OMG (the Object Management Group) for UI modeling. Find out more about this story here.
Tool Support :.
WebML is accompanied by the development platform WebRatio, which automatically generates fully functional applications from WebML models.
WebRatio is free for teaching and research activities. Free trial version available too.
Teaching Resources :.
Tutorials, slides, solved exercises, and many other is available for professionals, teachers and students for building a complete training program on all the aspects of Web development. 
WebRatio BPM :.  

WebRatio BPM integrates BPMN 2.0 and WebML modeling with model transformation and quick prototyping. WebRatio BPM: BPMN + WebML. Download the free BPMN editor and prototype generator!

WebML materials in Polish :.

A new section of this site containing Polish descriptions and materials of WebML is a now available here thanks to the collaboration of Lublin University of Technology

Last update: April 2013

visitors since Mar 2nd, 2002

Latest News :.
DetailsPaper on Success Story of WebML and WebRatio published by Elsevier Journal
DetailsAddressing Business Process Management: slides and experiences on BPM and WebML
DetailsNew Category on Web 2.0 and Rich Internet Applications
DetailsNew section on WebML modeling with UML
DetailsNew version of the WebML metamodel for MagicDraw©
DetailsNew Categories on Model Driven Functional Size Estimation and Model Driven Testing
DetailsWebML team succesfully partecipated to SWS Challenge 2006
DetailsNew Category on Semantic Web Applications
DetailsNew Category on Recent ACM Transactions on WebML
DetailsNew Category on Adaptive Web Applications
The WebML Book :.
"Designing Data-Intensive Web Applications": resources and tour

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