Web 2.0 Basics
Web 2.0 Design
Web 2.0 XML
Web 2.0 XSL
Web 2.0 XHTML
Web 2.0 CSS
Web 2.0 php
Web 2.0 mySQL
Web 2.0 phpMyAdmin
Web 2.0 AJAX
Web 2.0 Mashups
Web 2.0 Web Services
Web 3.0 The Future
Web X.0 Final Destination
Introduction to Web 2.0
Web 2.0 is a better way of using the web. Web 2.0
is a way of developing web pages made popular in the first O'Reily
Media Web 2.0 conference in 2004.
What You Need
Nothing new. Web 2.0 is based on existing
What is Web 2.0?
- Web 2.0 is not a new programming language, but a new way of
using existing standards
- Web 2.0 allows you to create powerful web sites
that have excellent economic potential.
- Web 2.0 distinguishes itself as the new way of
creating web sites as opposed to Web 1.0, which is the old way of
- Web 2.0 views the Internet as the platform.
- Web 2.0 allows user interaction to influence the content
of the site.
- Web 2.0 introduces the concept of mashups which
are ways of presenting data from various data sources in new and
- Web 2.0 encourages the use of web services as an
integral part of the web site.
- Web 2.0 is not owned by anybody and uses all open
- Web 2.0 encourages the sharing of content as opposed to the
protection of content.
- Web 2.0 is a knowledge-oriented environment where human
interactions generate content that is published, managed and used in a
Web 2.0 is about Better Web Sites
Web 2.0 treats content as the driving force of a website, where
presentation becomes the servant of functionality and functionality the
servant for presenting content. Compare this to the old Web
1.0 method where presentation was the first part of web development,
generally done with web or HTML editors which emphasized
presentation. Hence in Web1.0, presentation, not content,
became the important aspect of web site development.
Web 2.0 is Based on Existing Standards
Web 2.0 is based on the existing standards of:
- Web Services
You can start using Web 2.0 Today
If you already know the above technologies then you can start creating
Web 2.0 sites or modifying an existing one today.
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Web 2.0 Examples
Amazon Web Services
Microsoft Web Services
W3C Web Services
Sun Web Services
Apache Web Services
The Five Minute Web Site