As you all aware with the familiar word “Web 2.0”, coming to the point, many have a little idea on what actually comprises Web 2.0? am I right?
Before they digest the same, a talk on Web 3.0 is ON.
As you all know the latest trend is already into Web 2.0, and the way creative developers or designers are coming up with web 2.0 applications are fast and with huge in number.
When I searched for the word Web 2.0 in google it rendered me almost 594,000,000 search results and when I did the same for Web 3.0 it ended up with 295,000,000 search results , was quite wondered and confused on what to look into and what this Web 2.0 & Web 3.0 means and what it actually comprises with. But found only few articles which are useful with good information about Web 2.0 and Web 3.0.
Here follows few lines about Web 2.0 and Web 3.0.
Web 2.0, a phrase coined by O’Reilly Media in 2003 and popularized by the first Web 2.0 conference in 2004 , refers to a perceived second generation of web-based communities and hosted services — such as social-networking sites, wikis and folksonomies — which facilitate collaboration and sharing between users. O’Reilly Media titled a series of conferences around the phrase, and it has since become widely adopted.
Know more about Web 2.0 – Wikipedia.org
And when I come to the checklist for Web 2.0, everywhere I got a list with only few points. So thought to come up with my own checklist for Web 2.0.
Here is my checklist for Web 2.0:
- Decide the concept of the website you are planning to build, just be clear what you want
- Articulate or work on the simple and easy Frame Work
- Plan for the elements (like tabs, colors, etc)
- Plan for Separate Sections
- Name the website
- Colors: choose the colors for the design based on what kind/type of website
- A design with different approach by using small and simple effects or design elements like Color fade, Gradients, Big & meaning full icons, Big fonts (Readable fonts)
- Appealing Buttons, Big Input boxes (if that is a simple form with few fields, depends)
- CSS, HTML, XHTML, XML are according to the W3C Standards
- CSS (Plays a key role), try to provide Themes
- Simple Navigation
- A Complete GUI (Graphical User Interface)
- Ruby on Rails
- moo.fx or mootools
- Dojo, Prototype.js
- Thick Box, Light Box, etc
- RSS (Really Simple Syndication)
- API (Application programming interface)
- Tags or Tagging: User-generated keywords that help others identify and find content
- Cross Browser and Cross Platform
- Tab based interfaces
- Collapsible Items
- Validate – Web 2.0 Validators
- SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
- Meta tags for each and every individual page
- E-mail Subscription option for website Updates/Newsletters
- Share with a friend (Send this page via E-mail option)
- Google Sitemap
- Google Analytics
- Creative Commons license
- A Presentation or help document which explains briefly about the services you are providing
- Release the site in BETA stage
- Test your application/web perfectly and collect the things which your visitors/users are really looking for and Implement the same ASAP
- Social Community Networks
A Huge list of Web 2.0 sites by ventureblog.com
Complete List of Web 2.0 Products and Services by Listible.com
Web 2.0 Showcase:
Complete List of Web 2.0 Applications
Still there is a considerable debate as to what the term Web 3.0 means, and what a suitable definition might be. Web 3.0 is a term that has been coined with different meanings to describe the evolution of Web usage and interaction among several separate paths. These include transforming the Web into a database, a move towards making content accessible by multiple non-browser applications, the leveraging of artificial intelligence technologies, the Semantic web, or the Geospatial Web.
Here are the few links or sites to know more about what Web 3.0 could be!
What to expect from Web 3.0 by ZDNet
Web 3.0: When Web Sites Become Web Services
Web 2.0 isn’t dead, but Web 3.0 is bubbling up by ZDNet
Microsoft to Invest in ‘Web 3.0′
Web 3.0: When Web Sites Become Web Services
Check out these articles for more on Web 2.0 & Web 3.0, examples & References:
7 Tips for Naming Your Web 2.0 Startup by folksonomy.org
Web 2.0 Design Style Guide by webdesignfromscratch.com
Web 2.0 Backpack: Web Apps for Students
Defining Web 2.0 by ReadWriteWeb.com
Web 2.0 Companies, Books by squidoo.com
Web 2.0 for Designers by Digital-Web.com
Web 2.0 List News and Articles by web2list.com
Web 2.0 Reference by web2reference.com
Web 2.0 Companies I Couldn’t Live Without by techcrunch.com
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