Opening
up
the
web


The
past,
present
and
future
of
the

               web

INTRODUCTION

James
Broad

•    Yahoo!
is
my
home?

•    Web
Developer

•    Finance.yahoo.com
is
what
I
work
on

•    Carbonsilk.com
–
...
How
lucky
are
we?

•  Technological
advances

  –  Satellite
NavigaJon

  –  Mobile
Phones

•  Finding
a
new
home

•  Shar...
THE
WEB
OVER
10
YEARS
AGO

Yahoo!
1994
Homepage

The
web
back
then
was…

•    Mostly
‘read
only’

•    In
1996
there
were
~45
million
global
users

•    Focused
on
company...
ADVANCES
OVER
THE
YEARS

My,
the
advances!

•    JavaScript

•    PHP,
ASP,
JSP,
Django

•    XML,
RSS,
JSON

•    Web
Services

•    CommuniJes

•...
The
web
in
2008

•  The
‘Read
&
Write’
web

•  Around
1.46
billion
global
users

•  Open
focus

  –  OpenSocial

  –  Open...
OPENING
UP
THE
WEB

How
do
we
exploit
the
web

•    Web
Services

•    API’s
–
YQL

•    Accessibility
Standards
‐
WAI
ARIA

•    Microformats...
THE
WEB
FOR
TOMORROW

The
future
of
the
web

•    3
billion
users?

•    Focused
on
the
user

•    SemanJc
InformaJon

•    Device
independent

...
James
Broad

Carbonsilk.com

Developer.yahoo.com


THANKS!

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Outline of how the web started off, how it has progressed and some speculation on how the web will be in years to come. Theme of the journey is how the web needs to embrace open and standards

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Opening up the web

  1. 1. Opening
up
the
web
 The
past,
present
and
future
of
the
 web

  2. 2. INTRODUCTION

  3. 3. James
Broad
 •  Yahoo!
is
my
home?
 •  Web
Developer
 •  Finance.yahoo.com
is
what
I
work
on
 •  Carbonsilk.com
–
my
blog

  4. 4. How
lucky
are
we?
 •  Technological
advances
 –  Satellite
NavigaJon
 –  Mobile
Phones
 •  Finding
a
new
home
 •  Share
photos
with
family
on
other
side
of
the
 world
–
instantly
 •  The
Internet
and
its
open
standards…

  5. 5. THE
WEB
OVER
10
YEARS
AGO

  6. 6. Yahoo!
1994
Homepage

  7. 7. The
web
back
then
was…
 •  Mostly
‘read
only’
 •  In
1996
there
were
~45
million
global
users
 •  Focused
on
company
websites
 •  Homepages
 •  Portals
 •  Basic
web
forms
 •  Netscape
&
IE

  8. 8. ADVANCES
OVER
THE
YEARS

  9. 9. My,
the
advances!
 •  JavaScript
 •  PHP,
ASP,
JSP,
Django
 •  XML,
RSS,
JSON
 •  Web
Services
 •  CommuniJes
 •  Tagging
&
Meta
data
 •  Web
applicaJons
 •  The
web
of
today

  10. 10. The
web
in
2008
 •  The
‘Read
&
Write’
web
 •  Around
1.46
billion
global
users
 •  Open
focus
 –  OpenSocial
 –  OpenId
&
OpenAuth
 •  AdverJsing
–
contextual
&
relevant
 •  Online
Video
 •  Maps

  11. 11. OPENING
UP
THE
WEB

  12. 12. How
do
we
exploit
the
web
 •  Web
Services
 •  API’s
–
YQL
 •  Accessibility
Standards
‐
WAI
ARIA
 •  Microformats
 •  Cloud
compuJng
 •  Open
Source

  13. 13. THE
WEB
FOR
TOMORROW

  14. 14. The
future
of
the
web
 •  3
billion
users?
 •  Focused
on
the
user
 •  SemanJc
InformaJon
 •  Device
independent
 •  Many
more
devices
connected
to
the
web
 •  Cloud
compuJng
 •  More
sensors
to
the
web

  15. 15. James
Broad
 Carbonsilk.com
 Developer.yahoo.com
 THANKS!

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