Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University College Of Engineering, Pune A Seminar report on Web 2.0 By SRIJAN BOSE B-Tech Computer-II Semester- VII Roll No: 48 Under the Guidance of: Prof. Sachin Wakurdekar DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING B.V.D.U. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PUNE 2011-2012
The world wide webThe world wide web( abbreviated as WWW or W3commonly known as the Web) a system ofhyperlinked documents accessed via the Internet. Itwas introduced to allow collaborators in remotesites to share their ideas and knowledge. WWW invented by Tim Berners- Lee The Webs historic logo was designed by Robert Cailliau
New technologies are transforming the waypeople use the world wide web
WIKI Podcast Rich User experienceBlogs Web 2.0 API’s Social networks Feeds AJAX Tags User generated content
Origin of Web 2.0 A phrase coined in 2004 by O’Reilly Media Group; refers to a perceived or proposed second generation of Internet-based services such as Social Networking sites, Wikis etc - that emphasize Online Collaboration & sharing among usersTim O’Reilly
Web 2.0 called Read/Write WebWeb Browser based ApplicationSocial Networking-Connecting, Sharing, CollaboratingParticipatory media. Creatingcontent :Uploading photos, Music, Videos,Tagging, commenting, Blogging
Netscape compared with Google"•Their flagship product was the web browser, adesktop application, and their strategy was to usetheir dominance in the browser market to establisha market for high-priced server products. Controlover standards for displaying content andapplications in the browser would, in theory, giveNetscape the kind of market power enjoyed byMicrosoft in the PC market.•Netscape promoted a "WebTop" to replace thedesktop, and planned to populate that WebTopwith information updates and applets pushed tothe WebTop by information providers who wouldpurchase Netscape servers.
•In short, Netscape focused on creating software,updating it on occasion, and distributing it to the endusers. OReilly contrasted this with Google, acompany which did not at the time focus onproducing software, such as a browser, but insteadfocused on providing a service based on data such asthe links Web page between sites.•Google exploits this user-generated content to offerWeb search based on reputation through its "PageRank" algorithm.
A similar difference can be seen between the Encyclopedia Britannica Online and Wikipedia•The Britannica relies upon experts to createarticles and releases them periodically inpublications•Wikipedia relies on trust in anonymous users toconstantly and quickly build content. Wikipedia isnot based on expertise but rather an adaptation ofthe open source and it produces and updates articlesconstantly.
Web 2.0 is the common term that is usedto differentiate today’s internet. Creation of Web 2.0
New media and tools for a Web 2.0 worldBlogs : An easy to edit website created within a browserWiki : A web site that anyone can edit. Collaborativedocument creationPodcast : An Internet radio show. Subscribe, Listen & watchwhenever required. Social Bookmarking: Managebookmark online, tag content, network, discoverRSS : really simple syndication – a way of tracking Blogs,wikis, news sites etc.A “Feed Reader”is used to track all of the content.Social Media : Facebook, Myspace, Twitter etc.
Web 2.0 websites include the following featuresSearchFinding information through keyword search.LinksConnects information together into a meaningful information ecosystemusing the model of the Web.AuthoringThe ability to create and update content leads to the collaborative work ofmany rather than just a few web authors. Tags Categorization of content by users adding "tags"—short, usually one-word descriptions—to facilitate searching
Most Popular Site Yahoo! Orkut.com Google Google India Myspace Rediff.com Microsoft Network (MSN) Naukri.com EBay Rapidshare.com YouTube WikiPedia Amazon.com Craigslist.org facebook Windows Live Blogger.com
What does it look like ?? Personal Homepage and social Networking
Adobe FlexAdobe Flex is a software developmentkit (SDK) released by Adobe Systems for thedevelopment and deployment of cross-platform rich Internet applications based onthe Adobe Flash platform. Flex applicationscan be written using Adobe Flash Builder orby using the freely available Flex compilerfrom Adobe.
ConceptsWeb 2.0 can be described in 3 parts Rich Internet Application (RIA) Service Oriented Architecture(SOA) Social Web
Web 2.0 applications are giving programmers access to theirinformation data stores and basic functions through simpleprogramming interfaces (API’s) based on service orientedarchitecture principles. A program’s content and functions can beexposed to other programs running on the web by “wrapping” themwith these API’s. There are really two common API standards 1. SOAP (simple object access protocol) 2. REST (representational state transfer).
Creating “Mashups” or “Remixes” that combine 3rd party data and information in innovative ways using the Web 2.0 technologiyHousingmaps.com for finding homes that are for sale or rent in37different countries in US
MarketingA growing number of marketers areusing Web 2.0 tools to collaborate withconsumers on product Development,service enhancement and promotion.Company employees have createdwikis – that allows Users to add, delete,and edit content.
Web 2.0 is about write Ones and read ManyAs more and more number of users uses it ,it keeps on getting better and better. Tim O’Reilly on web 2.0 from O’Reilly Media
More advancement in the Web 2.0 technology Communication between different devices or different appliances Presence of Web will be More Visibility of web will be Less Interaction Will be present in everyday appliances
CriticismTim Berners-Lee the inventor of www inan interview described the term “Web2.0” as a “piece of jargon”. Does not represents a newer version of“www” but continues to use web 1.0concepts and technologies. AJAX did not replace HTTP protocol
Peek into the future – Web 3.0• Being defined as the "Semantic Web"• Personalization is the new buzzword• A.I. + Profiling + Search + Rich metadata = high degree of Personalization