web 1.0 (although there never really has been a web 1.0 as such) was where content was posted from the administrator of a site and simply read by users... maybe with some mechanism for simple comments and discussion, but nothing more.
web 2.0 (which, in my view, still is just a pretentious marketing blurb and has no real meaning) is where content is primarily provided by users and supports and encourages user-to-user interaction - think FaceBook or LibraryThing or YouTube
mostly, the developers of these sites have just created a framework in which all content comes from the users
Many few users know the basic difference between web1.0 and 2.0 the web 1.0 is the fundamental concepts that build the initial part of the web. Static pages are common design during first generation.On the other hand web 2.0 came out with dynamic page facilitating more benefits to business. Multimedia is the general concept in web 2.0 with videos and movies sharing websites emerging in the market.
The web based community blends millions of people over a single network. But on the other side web 1.0 had the usage capacity of only low resolution GIF files.
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Web 2.0 refers to how we are using the internet today. There is no one definition of Web 2.0.With Web 2.0 we don’t just use the internet we interact with it. Keywords to describe Web 2.0 are community, collaboration and user-driven. The way we used Web 1.0 was typically very linear.
Web 2.0 sites allow users to interact not only with the site and webmaster but with other people who access the site. Some good examples of Web 2.0 sites are Facebook, MySpace, and Digg
Last edited by Pegasus : 08-28-2009 at 02:20 PM.
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