Web 2.0 - Open Source Perspective
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Web 2.0 - Open Source Perspective

on

  • 2,999 views

Web 2.0 And You, an open source perspective to web.

Web 2.0 And You, an open source perspective to web.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
2,999
Views on SlideShare
2,985
Embed Views
14

Actions

Likes
4
Downloads
160
Comments
0

4 Embeds 14

http://khmerwebdeveloper.wordpress.com 6
http://www.slideshare.net 5
http://khmerwebdeveloper.pcriot.com 2
http://localhost 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Web 2.0 - Open Source Perspective Web 2.0 - Open Source Perspective Presentation Transcript

  • Web 2.0 and You Moving Ahead With The Technology
  • Who are we ?
    • We are Linux Academy , an open source technology training company
    • A partner to Eulogik , a software outsourcing company
    • Running successfully for more than 5 years
    • Have developed OpenLX Linux, India’s 1 st operating system
  • What is WEB 2.0 ?
  • Web 2.0 ?
    • The term Web 2.0 is just a phrase or a concept.
    • Used as second generation of the web.
    • Or, the second version of the web.
  • What’s the big deal ?
    • The web has been changed recently.
    • There are new age ventures and projects which are more interactive.
    • More collaborative.
    • More Socialized.
    • More Open.
    • More performance oriented.
    • And there is more human technology .
  • What it contains ?
    • Two/multi way communications.
    • Social web applications.
    • Simple Interfaces.
    • Powerful and robust inside.
    • Ease of desktop applications.
    • Open minded and friendly applications.
    • Usability and Design.
    • Evolution and NOT revolution.
  • Web 1.0 Vs Web 2.0
    • Static websites.
    • Emails.
    • Forums.
    • Basic search engines.
    • Groups.
    • Newsletters.
    • HTML.
    • JavaScript for validations etc.
    • Blogs.
    • Wikis.
    • Audio/Video Sharing.
    • Social Software.
    • RSS/XML/Atom feeds.
    • Webcasts/ Podcasts.
    • Open APIs.
    • Mobility.
    • CSS Designs.
    • Visual dynamic effects.
    • Ajax
    • Advanced JavaScript for effects.
  • Examples 2.0
    • Google Maps. http://maps.google.com
    • Flickr. http:// www.flickr.com
    • Orkut. http://www.orkut.com
    • Meebo. http://www.meebo.com
    • Digg. http://www.digg.com
    • Odeo http:// www.odeo.com
  • Examples 2.0
    • Google Maps. http://maps.google.com
    Visual Maps Mash Up
  • More Examples 2.0
    • Flickr. http:// www.flickr.com
    Photo Publishing and Sharing Site
  • More . . .
    • Orkut. http:// www.orkut.com
    Social Networking Site
  • And More . . .
    • Meebo. http:// www.meebo.com
    Web based messenger client
  • And More . . .
    • Digg. http:// www.digg.com
    Social news book marking and sharing site
  • And More . . .
    • Odeo http:// www.odeo.com
    An Audio Sharing Site
  • And More . . .
    • Delicious. http:// del.icio.us
    A Social Book Marking Site
  • And More . . .
    • Wikipedia. http:// www.wikipedia.org
    A Wiki Encyclopedia
  • And More . . .
    • Linked In. http:// www.linkedin.com
    A Business Networking Site
  • And More . . .
    • YouTube. http:// www.youtube.com
    A Video Sharing Site
  • And More . . .
    • Blogger. http:// www.blogger.com
    A Popular Blogging Tool
  • And More . . .
    • MySpace. http://www.myspace.com
    A Social Networking & Media Sharing Site
  • And More . . .
    • Google Calendar. http://calendar.google.com
    A Event Scheduling/ Time Tracking Application
  • And More . . .
    • Zoho Office. http://www.zoho.com
    A Virtual Web Office Suite
  • More Examples 2.0
    • Delicious. http:// del.icio.us
    • Wikipedia. http:// www.wikipedia.org
    • Linked In. http:// www.linkedin.com
    • YouTube. http:// www.youtube.com
    • Blogger. http:// www.blogger.com
    • MySpace. http://www.myspace.com
  • Technology 2.0
    • AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript And XML).
    • CSS (Cascading Style Sheets).
    • XHTML.
    • Open Source Developments.
    • Lightweight Apps.
    • Differential Data Transfer.
    • Server side programming.
    • DOM Scripting.
    • RSS/XML/ATOM Feeds.
  • Ajax
  • Ajax ?
    • The biggest ever evolution in the Web technologies.
    • Asynchronous JavaScript And XML.
    • Differential Data Transfer.
    • Fast Processing and low bandwidth consumption.
    • Sleek and more handy interface.
    • Open Source technology.
    • Growing and spreading rapidly.
    • Desktop like easy interface.
    • 1 st famous Ajax enabled apps are :
        • Google Maps
        • Google Suggest
        • Gmail
  • Technically Ajax
    • Fetching Server Side processed data through Client Side JavaScript.
    • XMLHttpRequest (XHR) object.
  • Ajax Examples
    • Live. http://www.live.com
    • A9. http://www.a9.com
    • AskX. http://www.askx.com
    • Wikimapia. http://www.wikimapia.org
    • Meebo. http://www.meebo.com
    • Google Maps. http://maps.google.com
  • CSS
    • Cascading Style Sheets.
    • Used for defining the styling rules of a webpage.
  • XHTML ?
    • Stands for eXtensible HyperText Markup Language
    • Aimed to replace HTML
    • Almost identical to HTML 4.01
    • Stricter and cleaner version of HTML
    • HTML defined as an XML application
    • XHTML is a W3C Recommendation
  • Why Ajax is growing so fast ?
    • Because, its Open Source like Linux, PHP, MySql, Open Office etc.
  • So ?
    • Open Source Technologies are developed and spread like anything.
    • Because, Anyone can develop, improve and redistribute them.
    • These are self motivated and community powered.
    • Every single developer can use his/her creativity and strengths to develop the application/technology.
    • There are no limits and all the freedom.
  • What are Open Source software licenses ?
    • Any developer/licensor can draft an agreement that conforms to the OSD, though most licensors use existing agreements like:
          • • GNU Public License (“GPL”)
          • • Lesser/Library GNU Public License (“LGPL”)
          • • Mozilla Public License
          • • Berkeley Software Distribution license (“BSD”)
          • • Apache Software License
          • • See complete list at www.opensource.org/licenses
  • Open Source Examples
    • Linux (operating system kernel – substitutes for proprietary UNIX)
    • Apache Web Server (web server for UNIX systems)
    • MySQL (Structured Query Language – competes with Oracle)
    • Cloudscape, Eclipse (IBM contributions)
    • OpenOffice (open source implementation of Sun’s StarOffice)
  • Biggest Players in Open Source
    • IBM
    • HP
    • SUN
    • RedHat
    • Apache Software Foundation
    • Mozilla Foundation
    • Linus Torvalds
    Corporate Non-Profit Organizations Individuals
  • Why Companies are moving towards it ?
    • Cost savings
    • Stability
    • No forced upgrades
    • Access and broad rights to source code
    • Access to skilled community of developers
    • Ability to define and expedite new development
  • Back to W2, Career Prospects
  • THANK YOU
    • For Your Passionate Listening
  • LINUX ACADEMY
    • 27, Noble Plaza,
    • Zone – II, M.P. Nagar
    • Bhopal, India
    • +91 755-4270644
    • [email_address]
    • http://www.academylinux.com