L.079.05718: Web En­gi­nee­ring (WS 2015/2016)

Welcome to Web Engineering

Web Engineering is a subdiscipline of Software Engineering. It deals with concepts, languages, methods and tools to develop Web-based software systems. During the lecture, advanced concepts for developing those systems are studied. These comprise, e.g., concepts to describe service-oriented architectures (SOA), Web services (WSDL, REST), their retrieval (UDDI), their composition (BPEL) as well as underlying concepts to model web applications (UWE) and to realize web applications. Furthermore, technologies to realize web applications are presented (HTML5, JavaScript, JSP, …). In addition, current trends in the field of the "Semantic Web" will be adressed by introducing concepts (Semantic Web Layer cake), technologies (RDF, OWL) and application areas (semantic search). It will be shown how these foundations can be related to novel software development approaches as Model-Driven Architecture (MDA). The course will be rounded up by recent research results on describing and realizing Web service-based applications.

2004: SWT&IS Modul III.1.2+III.1.5+III.1.6
2009: SWT&IS Modul III.1.1+III.1.3+III.1.6


2015-11-01There is not going to be a lecture on November 10, 2015 because of the 30 year anniversary of the C-LAB.
2015-05-19Homepage is online. More information on the lecture will be available at the beginning of the semester.


Lectures und Exercises
V2Lecture:Tuesday (in english)Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels14:00 - 16:00D2
Ü1Exercises:Friday (even weeks) (in english) starting on October 30thDennis Wolters11:15 - 12:45D1.312
Ü1Exercises:Tuesday (odd weeks) (in english) starting on November 3rdDennis Wolters11:15 - 12:45D1.312



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