Web 2.0

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Web 2.0 (also commonly refered to as the collaborative web or user-generated web) is a marketing term coined by Tim O'Reilly of O'Reilly press[1], a publishing company famous for its technology-related textbooks, articles and tutorials.

The concept was used to generate renewed interest in web-related technologies, in the wake of the post-Web bubble-burst of 2000-2001.


Enabling Technologies

Web 2.0: Enabling people to more easily publish, interact with, and collaborate around information accessible online by providing rich internet applications powered by databases and web servers, and beginning to expose/share databases via Web Services
  1. Search Engines
  2. Keyword Search
  3. Mobile Web (browser)
  4. Metadata
  5. Tags & Tag Clouds
  6. Widget
  7. SQL data manipulation language, JSON and XML data formats & RDBMS relational storage
  8. Schema
  9. Rich Internet Applications (AJAX, FLEX & RIA)
  10. Web Services (SOAP & RESTful APIs)
  11. SOA, ESBs & Mashups
  12. i18n & L10N
  13. Blogs, Forums & User-Generated Content
  14. Online Video & Videoconferencing
  15. E-Business




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References

  1. O'Reilly Media: http://oreilly.com/


See Also

Web | Web 2.0 | Web 3.0 | Web 4.0