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TRENDS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ARCHITECTURE SOLUTIONS FOR WEB PUBLISHING SYSTEMS

Plamen Milev ()

Business Management, 2019, issue 2 Year 2019, 16-30

Abstract: This article deals with issues related to uploading contents on the Internet. Within this context, the specific attributes of information systems for web publishing and solutions for their architecture are reviewed. The paper analyses some conceptual problems related to those systems in terms of the opportunities provided to users to create, publish, share or comment on the content on the world wide web. It also presents the typical architecture of web publishing systems. Based on the conducted research, the paper presents findings and hypotheses about trends in the development of architecture solutions for web publishing systems. The focus of the paper is on the growing significance of social networks nowadays, and especially of social networks with interactive content. The conclusion summarizes the advantages of applying existing trends in the development of architecture solutions for web publishing systems to the design of software solutions in the sphere.

Keywords: software architecture; information system; web publishing; Internet content (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D83 L86 O33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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