By Gottfried Vossen

The emergence of internet 2.0 is frightening difficult questions for builders: What services and products can our corporation supply to consumers and staff utilizing wealthy net functions, mash-ups, net feeds or Ajax? Which company types are applicable and the way will we enforce them? What are most sensible practices and the way can we follow them?

If you wish solutions to those and comparable questions, you would like this book—a entire and trustworthy source that courses you into the rising and unstructured panorama that's net 2.0.

Gottfried Vossen is a professor of knowledge structures and laptop technological know-how on the college of Muenster in Germany. he's the ecu Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier’s details Systems—An foreign magazine. Stephan Hagemann is a PhD. scholar in Gottfried’s learn crew interested by internet technologies.

* offers a whole view of net 2.0 together with prone and technologies
* Discusses capability new services and the know-how and programming skill had to discover them
* bargains ‘how to’ fundamentals providing improvement frameworks and most sensible practices
* Compares and contrasts net 2.0 with the Semantic net

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As they describe in Olim et al. (1999), their personal account of the company, it was started in the basement of their parents’ home; Jason became the president and CEO and Matthew the Principal Software Engineer. The company was incorporated in Pennsylvania in 1994 and originally specialized in selling hard-to-find CDs. It went public in February 24 C HA PT ER 1 | A B RIE F HI S TORY OF TH E W E B 1998, and after financial difficulties eventually merged with Bertelsmann, the big German media company, in 2000.

Initially, when the Web started and HTML became available as a markup language for Web pages, people composed their HTML code in a text editor, a way that still works today. A few years later, tools became available for designing Web pages and for setting up Web sites more and more easily. Some of these simply allowed for design of HTML documents and to include links, graphics, maybe even audio and video in a WYSIWYG fashion, others allowed for an easy management of entire Web sites comprised of multiple pages.

12 shows a typical scenario, here using X-CART, another provider of e-commerce store software, and PayPal as an example. PayPal allows payments and money transfers to be made over the Web, actually to anybody with an e-mail address, and it performs payment processing for online vendors, auction sites, and other corporate users, for which it charges a fee. Private users need to register and set up a profile which, for example, includes a reference to a bank account or to a credit card. 12 Secure payments through a third party.

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