Introduction To Web-The Future of the Web

 Introduction To Web-The Future of the Web

Introduction To Web-The Future of the Web


Very simply explained as the next generation rave, the web 3.0 will 
make the task of searching for a number of things at any given time, 
easier and faster with the least amount of effort put in on the part of 
the user. 
An example of which is as follows; if the user is making arrangements 
to watch a movie and to have a meal out, the browsing exercise will 
commence where the user will key in the request to view all movies 
available for the desired time frame.

The basics


Then the user would want to access information on the movies
identified as suitable for the time requested. Once this is successfully
done, the user would then have to browse the web for the suitable
eating arrangements to be identified and the relevant reservations to
be made.
All this is time consuming and required the user to open several
websites in order to finally narrow down the information needed to
the complete outing endeavor.
The web 3.0 is a convenient application that helps the user eliminate
a lot of the steps involved, and gets the information needed in the
fraction of the time needed for the more conventional style of
browsing.
All the user would have to do would be to key in a request of all the
elements needed in one sentence and the web 3.0 will do the rest. The
eventual results will present the user with the complete options, with
the application doing all the work.

Simply described as applications that are built one on top of the other
with better feature included as it evolves these applications are fast
becoming a interesting addition abet rather confusing for some.
However with the introduction of newer elements the end user is
usually able to enjoy better quality information from the browsing
exercise.

Making The Move
 

Currently the web 2.0 is a read and write web tool that is seen to be
quite compatible to the needs of the majority of the online users. The
ability to contribute content and interact with other web users has
dramatically changes the general experience of being connected
online. Sites such as YouTube and MySpace which heavily rely on
user submissions makes the obvious potential clearly evident, as it
increasingly becomes a welcomed response to the demand of web
users who want the access to be more involved in the information
available.
When it comes to the web 3.0, there are significant improvements
which seem to guarantee the vague elements of web-versioning
nomenclature incorporated in its style. Here the mainstream
intention would be to provide the user with the ultimate experience of
being able to “read, write and execute” web presentations.
However in its abstract form this may be rather difficult to envision,
thus the need to explore it through the basis of semantic markup and
web services.
The semantic markup refers to the communication gap between the
user and the computer program applications. However it can be
rather challenging, presenting information on the web as these
applications are usually not able to provide context to the data and
therefore don’t really understand the relevance of the material and its 
merits. however work is being done to create the ideal platform for
the data to be put in a form that is not only accessible via natural
language but can also be understood and interpreted by the software
applications.

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