Who are we? Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit
Open Alliance on Service Front-Ends Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit A common vision on the technologies and architecture associated to Service Front Ends in the future Internet of Services Open specifications and open source reference implementations of components of the envisioned architecture
Our Vision End-user Empowerment Let users use the Internet of Services the way they want, by picking and assembling web building blocks (e.g. gadgets) available on the Internet and creating their own applications (Mashups) Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit
Our Vision Sharing and exchanging of knowledge Users know what they need, they are the ones that drive innovation. Allow them to create Gadgets and Mashups and share their knowledge in a highly social environment Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit
Our Vision Seamless adaptation to context at any time Users change roles and situations, front-ends and applications should follow automatically. Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit
Our Vision Front-end access to a sustainable business marketplace of services. Enable services from different providers to be combined together freely and with the necessary trading infrastructure in place Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit
Status and Achievements EzWeb Pioneering the concept of Front-End, Web Application Mashups. Production-quality reference implementation of a Front-End Mashup Platform, available as FOSS The most powerful, fully web, mashup visualization runtime A new concept of user-oriented wiring of components Rich Social Catalogue Advanced Mashup sharing functionalities, within or outside the platform Flexible integration of any web application as gadget, only declarative information and minimal API use Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit http://www.zaragoza.es/ciudad/servicios/easyzaragoza.htm
Status and Achievements FAST Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit User-oriented gadget development based on a novel screen-flow paradigm Drag-and-drop screens to create gadgets Drag-and-drop services and UI elements to create screens Semantic search of components Post/pre conditions automatically determine flow The result can be standalone or exported to any Mashup platform Fully functional prototype already available
Status and Achievements MyMobileWeb Pioneered the declarative development approach for Web UIs (IDEAL language) Contributions to W3C standards ( Mobile Web and Web Applications Best Practices, DDR Simple API, Delivery Context Ontology, DDR Core Vocabulary) Production quality development tool with many success stories (20 applications, 40 developers certified in Spain, 10700 downloads, 1000 visitors per month) Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit
Challenge #1- Putting it Everything Together Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Projects, Open Alliances, NESSI, Future Internet Initiative/PPP
Future Research Topics Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Mashup as a Service Put together Mashup+XaaS technologies and concepts. Go beyond SaaS and PaaS. Allow end users to create their own applications in the cloud just by using existing building blocks Marketplace capabilities that will allow the creation of rich ecosystem of SFE components for cloud applications on top of a Cloud stack (IaaS + Paas + MaaS+ SaaS) PaaS IaaS SaaS MaaS
Future Research Topics Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit New Web Runtimes for Cloud Environments New breed of Cloud Front-End that combine Mashups, Web Desktops and Thin OS runtimes properties ¿Full support of Web Standards and technologies required? ¿Web Browser or Web OS-based?
Future Research Topics Valencia, 12 and 13 April 2010NESSI Projects Summit Automatic Mashups – Users may create gadgets and application mashups by “clipping” and “dragging” portions of legacy or new semantically enriched web apps. – Alternative to dev tools like FAST that could help populate Mashup platforms and drive their mainstream adoption. Community-driven Collaborative Front-Ends – Leverage knowledge, relations and patterns of use inside static communities and mashup environments in order to create opportunistic (a.k.a. situational) communities of users/machines/services that are created dynamically in response to a particular problem that one (or more) user has (consumer) and others can help (provider) – Real-time collaboration through front-end dynamic mashups.
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