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Mashups: A Literature Review and Classification Framework
Business School, University of Colorado, Denver, CO, USA
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Received: 19 October 2009; in revised form: 15 December 2009 / Accepted: 16 December 2009 / Published: 22 December 2009
Abstract: The evolution of the Web over the past few years has fostered the growth of a handful of new technologies (e.g. Blogs, Wiki’s, Web Services). Recently web mashups have emerged as the newest Web technology and have gained lots of momentum and attention from both academic and industry communities. Current mashup literature focuses on a wide array of issues, which can be partially explained by how new the topic is. However, to date, mashup literature lacks an articulation of the different subtopics of web mashup research. This study presents a broad review of mashup literature to help frame the 1subtopics in mashup research.
Keywords: web mashups; end-user programming; data integration; mashup agents; enterprise mashups
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Beemer, B.; Gregg, D. Mashups: A Literature Review and Classification Framework. Future Internet 2009, 1, 59-87.
Beemer B, Gregg D. Mashups: A Literature Review and Classification Framework. Future Internet. 2009; 1(1):59-87.
Beemer, Brandon; Gregg, Dawn. 2009. "Mashups: A Literature Review and Classification Framework." Future Internet 1, no. 1: 59-87.