The workshop should provide examples how to create bridges from the theory to the practice, showing problems in knowledge transfer as well as lessons learned. It should provide important feedback for improving Web Engineering techniques, methods and approaches.
We will invite submissions from both academia and industry about any of the following topics of interest, but not limited to:
- Industrial experiences of Model-driven and Agile Web development
- Problems or limitations of Web Engineering techniques
- Web applications examples developed with a domain specific modelling language
- Use of patterns in the design and implementation Web applications
- Web software architecture modeling examples
- Requirements engineering approaches for the Web in the practice
- Quantitative and qualitative evaluation of the impact of techniques and methods in the Web development (efficiency, effectiveness, productivity, understandability, etc)
- Usability and satisfaction of use of tools in Web Engineering, model-driven reverse engineering and re-engineering of Web applications
- Modeling and executability of secure Web applications
- Testing automation, methods, and tools for the development of Web applications
- User experience design methods and techniques for the development of Web applications
All submitted papers must be formatted in accordance to the information for Springer LNCS authors and submitted in PDF. Accepted contributions will be included into the ICWE 2019 Springer LNCS proceedings (max 12 pages).