Title: AcceleratorsTalking Points: With an increase in Web sites and Web-based services that can perform interesting tasks, users are more likely to want to take action on information they find on a particular page. However, whether finding directions, posting blog entries, or performing other tasks, users often find themselves copying information from one Web page, pasting it into another, viewing the results, and then returning to the previous Web page to pick up where they left off—a cumbersome and time-consuming process.Internet Explorer 8 includes a number of useful Accelerators that include search, mapping, word definitions, translation, blogging, and e-mail. Users have full control over which Accelerators are enabled and which service providers are associated with an Accelerator, so they can easily get definitions from one site, view maps from a second site, and search with a third. Accelerators for Microsoft services are included with Internet Explorer 8, but users can easily use Accelerators from other providers.[CLICK] With such services integrated directly into the browser, the user can simply select some text and then right-click to select an Accelerator, upon which they are immediately presented with the results. Some Accelerators can even provide the requested information in place, in a little fly-out window that appears over the page. For these, the user merely hovers over the Accelerator in the list and the fly-out will appear. Clicking on the Accelerator takes the user directly to the Accelerator’s Web site for additional information.Transition: Web Slices enable rich, real-time integration of the online services and content all without navigating away from the current page.
Title: Web SlicesTalking Points: Users frequently visit the same Web sites several times a day to check for updates to email, weather reports, sports scores, stock quotes, auction item status, and so on. In the past this was a manual process, where users had to go to those sites to check for changes or new information.Web Slices in Internet Explorer 8 build on RSS functionality to provide a way for users to get relevant information more easily. Let’s look at an example of a Web Slice-enabled search on eBay.We begin by entering a search term – in this case, we are looking for a new mountain bike.[CLICK] At first glance, the results of the search may not look much different than what you’d likely see on eBay using IE7.[CLICK] However, hovering over an item causes the Web Slice icon to appear.[CLICK] Clicking on that presents a confirmation to subscribe to that Web Slice.[CLICK] Using Web Slices, we can monitor the status of sites, viewing whether changes have been made directly on the Favorites Bar and previewing the new information in place before deciding whether a return visit to the site is warranted. Web Slices use the same underlying technology as RSS, in that users subscribe to a Web Slice and browser polls the site periodically to see if anything is new. The primary differences are that a Web Slice enables a site to mark up a “slice” of a page for subscription, and the slice can include visual elements from the page. When new information from a Web Slice is available, the Favorites Bar title becomes bold and may change—for example, a Web Slice to monitor the temperature in Barcelona might display the temperature in the title. [CLICK] When we click on the Web Slice in the Favorites Bar, the Web Slice is displayed as a preview image. For this eBay auction, the image contains a picture of the item and the latest price. For weather, the preview could contain a picture of a storm cloud along with the latest conditions. Clicking on the preview takes the user directly to the site for more information.[CLICK] Multiple Web Slices can be maintained and monitored in the same browser window.Transition: Let’s talk about the new search features in Internet Explorer 8.
Title: Improved SearchTalking Points: Internet Explorer 7 has a built-in search box to the right of the address bar. When a user enters a search term, that term is passed from the Search Box to the user’s preferred search engine and the user is taken to search results page from that provider. The Search Box in Internet Explorer 8 looks similar, but it’s more helpful.As users type a search term, they will see real-time search suggestions from their chosen search provider, recommending common searches related to the text that is typed. Users can click on a suggestion at any time to immediately execute the search without having to type the entire word or phrase. Not only does this save time, but it increases the odds that the search results will be relevant.[CLICK] You can choose from a number of popular search providers such as Live Search, Google, and Yahoo and add them to your list of providers. You could also specify your own search provider such as Wikipedia.[CLICK] When you add a new search provider, the confirmation dialog box allows you to specify it as your default search provider if you wish.[CLICK] Now, when entering a word or phrase in the search box, you can click the icon representing the search provider of your choice if you wanted to search on a provider other than your default.[CLICK] Internet Explorer 8 also enables search providers to deliver direct results and “visual search” images that provide users with immediate answers. For example, if the user enters a stock ticker symbol, the search provider could provide a stock quote and corresponding a chart directly in the search box list, whereas a travel location may reveal a gallery of related destinations. Internet Explorer 8 provides the enabling technology, but the choice of what to show is made by the search provider.Transition: Internet Explorer 8 is significantly faster than Internet Explorer 7.
Title: Internet Explorer GalleryTalking Points: Internet Explorer is now launching the Internet Explorer Gallery. This is intended to generate excitement, drive adoption of Internet Explorer 8 and provide an enhanced customer experience. Another goal of the gallery is to increase partner incentive.
Microsoft i Web Tomislav Tipurić TechnologySpecialist, Microsoft Hrvatska firstname.lastname@example.org http://tipuric.net
Što kaže otac weba? “People keep asking me what I think of it now that it's done. Hence my protest: The Web is not done!” – Tim Berners-Lee Founder, World Wide Web
Što je Web 2.0? Alerts, AnalyticsandReaders (eg. RSS) Blogging, Microblogs (eg. Twitter) SocialNetworks (eg. Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn) SocialBookmarkingandContentSharing (eg. Digg) Video (eg. MSN Video, You Tube) PhotoSharing (eg. Flicker) Wiki Podcasting Web conferencing
The Microsoft Web Platform www.iis.net IIS.net Community www.asp.net ASP.net Community Web App Gallery Web Platform Installer
InPrivate browsing ifiltriranjeomogućuje korisniku kontrolu nad informacijama
Izolacija “oštećenog” taba smanjuje mogućnost “rušenja” preglednika
Ugrađena zaštita protiv scripting & phishing napada
Izrađen po mjeri
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Usklađenost sa standardima Usklađenost s CSS 2.1 DOM poboljšanja HTML poboljšanja Usklađenost s Acid2 CSS 2.1 HTML ACID 2
Akceleratori Izuzetno brz pristup često korištenim web servisima: Email Blog Shop Map Share Translate Find Define
Web Slices Bogata, real-time integracija web sadržaja Zune
Poboljšano pretraživanje Brz odabir željenog pretraživača Vizualno pretraživanje dohvaća slike i detalje Sugestije s rezultatima od prije Dodajte više pretraživača
Brzina je više nego brzina učitavanja web stranice Accelerators: 7 klikovapostaju 2 ili 3 Web Slices: Uštedite 10 sec na svakodnevnim stvarima Visual Search: Traži pametnije bez napuštanja stranice
Internet Explorer Galerija Centralno mjesto za preuzimanje svih dodataka za IE8 Marketinška podrška partnerskim stranicama koje su izdradile dodatke za Internet Explorer 8