||Due to the rapid growth of mobile devices, people′s habit of using mobile devices to access the Internet is increasing day by day. However, there are still many websites that do not have suitable design such as Responsive Web Design for mobile devices, and the reason may be due to lack of funds or manpower. Furthermore, creating a mobile website needs more expertise and programming skills than creating a desktop website. Lacking mobile version for websites will make it difficult for users to operate on mobile devices, which will decrease the exposure rate and lose enterprises some commercial possibilities. Therefore, it is very important for companies or organizations to have good mobile websites.|
In this paper we propose a Mobile Web Creator tool to enable anyone who has no programming knowledge to create a mobile website quickly and simply. Webpage templates can make users to dynamically add or delete pre-defined Web Components through componentized method, which increase the diversity of webpages. Not only to say, this tool is also combined with the Web Data ETL (Extract-Transform-Load) System developed by WIDM, allows users to extract useful data from any semi-structured webpages, and connects generated API endpoint to show data in mobile webpages. Using this tool to create a mobile website, the administrators of the desktop website can extract semi-structured webpages from the original website by the Web Data ETL System, and connect the API endpoint to show data in his mobile pages. In this way, the administrator only needs to maintain the data of desktop website which can be displayed in two different versions of the website synchronously.
|| Y.-A, Chou, C.-H, Chang (2018), “Web Data ETL System with Unsupervised Extraction”, 中央大學碩士論文.|
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