0, encompassing data aggregation, the ability to manage projections of data from content repositories and the ability to create cross-products or mash-ups. The article's title connotes this ambitious direction, and the author delivers with some excellent insights as well. The article concludes with the section, the User-Oriented Web: A Total Perspective section that discusses how aggregation, projection and mashups will impact users, the author ties together the progression of technological developments from a technological and process standpoint effectively. The significance of the article is both as a refresher of key concepts but also of explanations of how to web gadgets are going to revolutionize Web application development as well.
This is an excellent article for refreshing ones' knowledge of the core building blocks of Web software development, in addition to defining how best to interpret and put into context the rapidly growing popularity of AJAX in the context of Web gadgets. There are also excellent overviews of how, through both creative and chaotic maturation of standards, Web application development was able to attain application-level independence of data on Web-based applications. The use of aggregations, projections and mashups all also underscore how Web development is going to progress for the next few years. In addition to all these...
He also raises questions as to the extensibility of CSS style sheets and the accomplishment of data-level independence on the part of Web-based applications overall. He also specifically questions the transition of interactive applications that require a browser to be opened to use vs. The use of web gadgets to accomplish comparable design objectives. The author also looks into the future of and sees a series of gadgets that allow for Web users to personalize their news and information sources, tailoring them to their unique interests. Finally, the author raises the question of how aggregations, projections and mashups will be able to produce a unified experience for users when there is variation in data and application integration standards. This is the most pivotal aspect of the author's future vision.
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0 is "…a broad name used for a number of different experiments that are being done in the research community" (Reddy & Goodman, 2002, p. 12). The emphasis here is in 'experiment' as Web 2.0 is a platform for the testing of new applications and innovation, as well as being an area for research and development in education and science. The differences in the way that Web 2.0 functions can be
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Web 3.0: The New Web Everyone knows that technology is advancing rapidly. What that entails is the restructuring of what we once knew into something better. That is exactly what is happening now with the slow movement into Web 3.0, an Internet that is layered and more tailored to a mobile and interactive user. Web 3.0 takes the internet to a whole new level. According to the research, this will be the