Using XML for User Interface Documentation and Differential Evaluation

Provided by: Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology
Topic: Enterprise Software
Format: PDF
In any software product, the user interface is one of the most important parts that defines the communication between the user and the system. One of the challenges in user interfaces is in the ability to save its state at any time as in many cases, especially in problems such as power interruptions; there is a need to save the last "Good" state. In some other cases, there is a need to see if the user interface state is changed or to compare the current state with a previous one. This is required for several possible cases such as: evaluation, and changes in requirements, design and implementation.

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