WEB 2.0

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What is Web 2.0 and why is it important?
Web 2.0 is the term given to describe a second generation of the World Wide Web. that is focused on the ability for people to collaborate and share information online. It basically refers to the transition from static HTML web pages to a more dynamic user interfaced Web that is more organized and is based on serving Web application to end users.  Ajax is very important in the building of Web 2.0, which is a set of key technologies used to build Web 2.0 applications designed to build rich user experiences which all your website to work in any browser.

Your website must have a language with Web Services Support and is a key part of Web 2.0.  This language makes it very easy to leverage those services.

The first part of Web 2.0 is R/A, which stands for Rich Internet Application.  R/A allows the web to bring the experiences from the desktop publishing to the browser.

The second piece of Web 2.0 is SOA, which stands for Service Oriented Architectures.  This is one of the key pieces of Web 2.0 which includes buzz words such as Feeds, RSS, Web Services, and Mash-Ups (Mash-Up - a Web page or application that uses and combines data, presentation or functionality from two or more sources to create new services.) Web 2.0 exposes the functionalities so that other applications can leverage and integrate the functionalities providing a much richer set of applications.

The third piece of Web 2.0 is the Social Media Web which tend to interact much more with the end user.  The end user is also a participant in the application.  An example would be a person who uploaded a picture to Facebook and tagging one of their friends in the photo (tagging content). Another example would the the Wikipedia Dictionary where users can share their definitions and insight of certain words.  This would also include Podcast and Blogging.




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