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[Mashups] What are presentation-oriented, data-oriented, process-oriented?

Hong Anderson
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Could you please to explain in short? What are they all about?


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Jeffrey Hanson
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Presentation-oriented mashups are concerned with mashing together existing UI artifacts such as on-demand JavaScript, HTML snippets, widgets, etc. to create new user interfaces. Process-oriented mashups are concerned with mashing together existing processes and services to form new processes and services. Process-oriented mashups typically deal with formal programming languages and methodologies. Data-oriented mashups are concerned with mashing together data retrieved from multiple data sources. Semantically-rich data formats such as RDF, RSS, XML, etc. are typically used in the process of mashing together data in a data-oriented mashup. Transformation/augmentation frameworks such as those employed by ESBs are great candidates for transformation/augmentation tasks.
Hong Anderson
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Many thanks for the detailed reply.
 
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