Downloading, registering, and activating WebRatio Platform involves several decisions that are not easy to take without proper knowledge. Attend this lesson to understand all the steps and to find some help if something goes wrong.

 

The purpose of this technical document is to provide instruction on installing, configuring and using the WebRatio License Server. The WebRatio License Server manages the distribution of WebRatio licenses in use and checks the limit on the maximum number of concurrent users. A user can work only if...

 

The Internet is a telecommunication infrastructure that enables many of today’s most prominent technologies and applications. Familiarizing with the main notions, keywords, and acronyms used in this context is important in order to better understand the role of WebRatio and the structure of the appl...

 

When you get to a new town it is likely that you want to look at a map of the town. In the same manner we start with providing an overview of the main parts of WebRatio. WebRatio is built on Eclipse. Even though you could be familiar with Eclipse it is worth watching this brief tutorial to master th...

 

WebRatio Projects Read this article and get points!

by Mario Bruno
1,302 Views Updated Oct 24, 2011

Web applications are usually structured according to the MVC Pattern. The MVC Pattern logically splits the application in three tiers: Model, View and Controller. WebRatio brings the MVC pattern to its full power, both as design and architectural pattern, by splitting the application in three diffe...

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Walking through the creation of a very simple application is the most natural way of getting started with a new tool. WebRatio is no exception: with its large offer of options and features, the newbie may not be immediately able to find his/her way through the required steps to accomplish this task....

 

When starting WebRatio, the first thing the user must do is to choose the workspace. Knowing the workspace and which options are available is useful when organizing the projects stored on the local drive. Effectively organizing projects in workspaces helps save time. Additional real-world p...

 

IFML General Overview
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IFML Modeling with WebRatio
427 Views Updated Nov 29, 2013 | Time 6 min

Developing the front-end of a user application is a costly and inefficient process for a number of reasons. WebRatio has solved the User Interface modeling challenge by developing an interaction Flow Modeling Language, or IFML, which covers the existing gap in front-end application development. IF...

 

IFML Quick Reference Card is the new one page document to print and keep on you desk when you want to learn the new OMG standard IFML (Interaction Flow Modeling Language), the modeling language for the User Interaction definition.

 

This specification defines the Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML). The objective of IFML is to provide system architects, software engineers, and software developers with tools for the definition of Interaction Flow Models that describe the principal dimensions of an application front-end: th...

 

This is the case study used during the WebRatio Platform Modeler Classroom Training Course. You need to download this file in order to have the set of requirements used during the training course as reference. You can also try do model this case study by yourself in order to test your knowledge in W...

 

The web model is where you use the IFML Web Extensions to build the user interface of your Web Application, and where you specify the business logic for each IFML action using a set of predefined operations. In this lesson we introduce the view containers you can use to organize your Web Applicatio...

 

In order to publish content or to introduce interface elements for data entry in your Web Application, we must use View Components. IFML defines a view component as an element of the interface that displays content or accepts input. Let's see how a generic view component works in WebRatio and which ...

 

The ability to show a list of elements and the details of each listed element is one of the most common patterns in Web Applications, the so-called "Master and Details" pattern. This lesson shows you how to build several variants of this pattern in WebRatio, and illustrates related basic "IFML" conc...

 

How to Model the Alphabetical Index Read this article and get points!

by Piero Fraternali
218 Views Updated Apr 09, 2014

In many applications, such as corporate intranets or CRM, the user may need to access the archive of all registered people, and that archive may be very large. One way to support this requirement is by offering a search form, which however assumes that the user knows at least some information abou...

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