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Title: A flash-based web builder
Authors: Leung, Vicker Chi Yiu (梁之耀)
Department: Department of Computer Science
Issue Date: 2006
Course: CS4512
Programme: BSCS/BSCCS
Supervisor: Dr. Andy Chun. First Reader: Dr. Helena Wong. Second Reader: Ms. Florence Mong
Subjects: Web site design
Web site authoring programs
Notes: Nominated as OAPS (Outstanding Academic Papers by Students) paper by Department in 2006-07.
Abstract: Internet, personal web sites and online communities are very common nowadays. More people have their own web spaces to build their paradise. They want to put Flash contents in their web due to its excellent performance in providing attractive web multimedia experience. However it is not easy to build Flash, and there are nearly no handy tools to assist. That is why the idea of a Flashbased web builder emerged. The builder is a Rich Internet Application (RIA) with the features that most users will be used in web building. The ultimate goal of the builder is to allow everyone able to build their own Flashbased website in an interactive interface with fun, and most importantly with good usability and easy to maintain. To ensure the idea worth, several ways are analyzed which includes accessibility, usability, performance, resource consumption and most importantly the user experience. At last the future scope of the application can be drawn based on the analysis.
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