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Author Ishihara, Nobuya| Funabiki, Nobuo| Kuribayashi, Minoru| Kao, Wen-Chung|
Abstract For advancements of Java programming educations, we have developed a Web-based Java Programming Learning System (JPLAS). JPLAS provides four problems with different levels, namely, element fill-inblank problem, value trace problem, statement fill-in-blank problem, and code writing problem, to cover students at different learning stages. Unfortunately, since JPLAS has been implemented by a number of students who studied in our group at different years, the code has become complex and redundant, which makes further extensions of JPLAS extremely hard. In this paper, we propose a software architecture for JPLAS to avoid redundancy. Based on the MVC model, our proposal uses Java for the model (M), HTML/CSS/JavaScript for the view (V), and JSP for the controller (C). Besides, adopting a design pattern, the marking functions of the four problems are implemented uniformly. For evaluations, after JPLAS is implemented with this architecture, the number of code files is compared with that of the previous implementation, and the number of additional files is examined for two new functions.
Keywords JPLAS Java programming education Web application MVC model Software architecture
Published Date 2017-07-27
Publication Title International Journal of Computer & Software Engineering
Volume volume2
Issue issue1
Publisher Graphy Publications
Start Page 116
ISSN 2456-4451
Content Type Journal Article
language 英語
OAI-PMH Set 岡山大学
File Version publisher
DOI 10.15344/2456-4451/2017/116
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