Towards end-user development of graphical user interfaces for internet of things

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title = "Towards end-user development of graphical user interfaces for internet of things",
abstract = "Graphical user interface (GUI) development is generally complicated, time-consuming, and requires programming knowledge. In the context of the internet of things, this work focuses on producing an efficient development approach that also supports non-experts. We introduce a novel {"}inverted{"} development approach that does not require program code to be written - a step towards supporting end-user development in the given context. The approach is realized as a language for describing GUIs, interpreters for rendering GUIs, and a graphical tool for creating and editing GUIs. The work is evaluated in a number of research projects in the domain of e-health; we conclude that the GUI language is practically viable for building professional-grade GUIs. Furthermore, the presented editor is compared directly to a market leading product in a controlled experiment. From this, we conclude that the editor is accessible to new users, and that it can be more efficient to use than the commercial alternative.",
keywords = "Development tools, E-health, End-user development, Graphical user interfaces, Internet of things, Middleware",
author = "Johnsson, {Bj{\"o}rn A.} and Boris Magnusson",
year = "2020",
month = jun,
doi = "10.1016/j.future.2017.09.068",
language = "English",
volume = "107",
pages = "670--680",
journal = "Future Generations Computer Systems",
issn = "0167-739X",
publisher = "Elsevier",

}