Wednesday, December 3, 2008

About Me

Here is Devanshu M Bhatnagar owner of Dee Company a nothing but rising star my imagination. This Dee Company is nothing related with Daud Ibrahim or any other Don it is my imagination, nor it is a Company its all about my imagination and my thinking.

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Web 2.0 - The Face of New Web Document

1) What is Web 2.0?

Web 2.0 is either a collaborative web where the content is created by the users (this aspect is often called the social layer of Web 2.0), or a web where the network is the platform or web that uses funky technologies such as Ajax or Ruby on Rails (this one is called the technical layer of Web 2.0).

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2) How Web2.0 came into existence?

To understand why web2.0 came into existence we have to find out the main deformity in existing Web 1.0.
  • The Web seemed to have reached a stage where its growth would slowly start declining. On the technical side, there seemed to be very few exciting perspectives in developing HTML web pages used by web browsers strongly dominated by Internet Explorer after Microsoft announced that their browser wouldn't be developed further.
  • Socially, the Web 1.0 had become a read-only medium where most of the content was published and broadcast pretty much like in conventional media. In other words, the Web was in danger of become boring for both users and developers.

  • So these main flaws were replaced by web2.0 by providing significance to its layered architecture –
  • Social Layer - The social layer of Web 2.0 is about making the Web a read/write web again.
  • Architectural Layer - The architectural layer of Web 2.0 is the ability of using the Web as a platform. This layer is a consequence of the social layer: if you want to give write access to all your users you can't rely on anything that isn't installed (or installable) on any platform they might be using.
  • Technical Layer - The technical layer is also a consequence of the social and architectural layers: the ability to write on the Web that has been limited by the growing complexity of the web technology can only be given back to web users by using more technology.
  • In other words, the flurry of Ajax, JavaScript, and XML technologies that characterize most of Web 2.0 applications are needed to lower the barrier to entry in the circle of web publisher that Web 2.0 applications try to enlarge.

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