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Collaborative Modeling:
Domain Storytelling as a catalyst
for product backlogs

2020-08-03T11:29:44+02:0031. July 2020|

Almost every new project starts with unique challenges caused by people meeting for the first time. This article discusses how to guide different stakeholders and how to establish a specific product backlog as a foundation for the future software implementation. The approach is based on Domain Storytelling. Finally, the user stories can be derived from the diagrams directly with less effort to the initial product backlog.

Distilling the Essence of
Collaborative Modelling

2020-07-03T08:19:39+02:0029. May 2020|

In addition to terms like "agile" and "DDD", we still need techniques to quickly and easily achieve and retain the technical understanding among the people being involved. On the state of domain-oriented modelling after a decade and a half of DDD, Dr. Stefan Hofer, Henning Schwentner and Prof. Heinz Züllighoven compare the current approaches of collaborative modelling.

Angular @ WPS Part 4: Avoid Component Class Inheritance

2019-09-09T12:10:31+02:0017. April 2019|

Part 4 of our “Angular Pattern Library” deals with avoiding component class inheritance. When looking at a component, one has to be aware that it consists of a class AND a template. And these two are rather tightly coupled to each other.

Angular @ WPS part 2: Making Components Look Good Anywhere

2019-09-09T12:09:09+02:0014. January 2019|

Using web frameworks has become an extremely popular choice for developing applications. Since last year at WPS we find ourselves developing web applications for our customers using Angular. But its benefits don't come for free. Without a good architecture and appropriate development techniques you may and up in a mess.

Angular @ WPS: Best Practices for Not Getting Lost When Building Real-World Applications

2019-09-09T12:07:52+02:007. December 2018|

Using web frameworks has become an extremely popular choice for developing applications. Since last year at WPS we find ourselves developing web applications for our customers using Angular. But its benefits don't come for free. Without a good architecture and appropriate development techniques you may and up in a mess.

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