A System to Support Publishing, Editing, and Creating Web Content for Various Devices

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Abstract

One of the main goals of the Internet is to disseminate information, which grows fast and the need to maintain it up-to-date is fundamental. The advent of mobile devices and the growth of resources for these devices, as a way to access the Internet, are re-directing software companies to design multi-device user interfaces to disseminate information. There is a challenge in this situation: how to update information on the Internet in an easy and fast manner, and also that can be accessed through various devices? This research consists in developing a system to support the publication and edition of content for the web, which includes a flow of activities that makes it possible to create this content to various devices

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Content Management Design Patterns User Interface Design 

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  1. 1.University of FortalezaFortalezaBrazil

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