Web 2.0 and Introduction to Web 3.0

According to Wikipedia web 2.0 “refers to a perceived second generation of web development and design , that facilitates communication , secure information sharing, interoperability , and collaboration on World Wide web .” Digital text can be easily remixed and updated to a large variety of audience. However classical text editing is harder to perceive after it have been written. Web 2.0 provides a lot of tools which emphasize frontier of the web.

Web 2.0

Google Map , Flicker and delicious delicious are an example of web service that provide “search engines, portals, APIs (application programming interfaces, which provide hooks to data”

Six Characteristic of Web 2.0

  1. Writing semantic markup (transition to XML)
  2. Providing Web services (moving away from place)
  3. Remixing content (about when and what, not who or why)
  4. Emergent navigation and relevance (users are in control)
  5. Adding metadata over time (communities building social information)
  6. Shift to programming (separation of structure and style)

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Six Characteristic of Web 2.0

Finally “The effects of Web 2.0 are far-reaching. Like all paradigm shifts, it affects the people who use it socially, culturally, and even politically”

Introduction to web 3.0

We describe how Web 2.0 has revolutionized the web platform that provided different way to built application. As technology advance so as the web. Web 3.0 will combine of small applications which can run on any device such as personal computer of mobile phone. These applications will be very quick can customizable, and further more the application will be distributed virtually through collaboration such as e-mail, and other social networking tools.

How Web 3.0 Works

The Graphic shows the Development of the web from Web 1.0 to Web 3.0