The MDWE'2011 workshop aims at providing a discussion forum for researchers and practitioners on model-driven development of Web applications. The workshop will be the ideal venue for meeting, disseminating and exchanging ideas and problems, identifying the key issues and exploring together the possible solutions and future research directions.
Accordingly, we invite submissions from both academia and industry about topics that comprise Model-Driven Architecture (MDA) and other model-driven approaches (e.g., Software Factories, Product Line Engineering, Aspect-Oriented Development, etc.) for the development of Web systems, use of metamodels, model transformations, UML profiles, domain specific modeling languages, semantic Web and design patterns in the development of Web applications. Further topics of interest are the interoperability models for Web applications and resources (Web pages, Web services, mockups, portlets, distributed components, etc.) and the use of tools and frameworks for supporting model-driven Web development. Finally, we also welcome contributions that foster discussions on the analysis of advantages, problems and limitations of such MDSD in the Web Engineering domain, maintenance, evolution, management of model-driven generated Web systems and model-driven analysis of Web applications, such as quality, performance or reliability analysis.