Web 2.0 Programming
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In this article the term Web 2.0 programming is defined as well as the difference between Web 2.0 programming and Web 1.0 programming.The advantages and disadvantages of Web 2.0 programming are explained. Finally an opinion on Web 2.0 programming is given.
The term Web 2.0 was coined by O'Reilly Media back in 2004 to mean a network to span across all network devices. It delivers software on a continually updating basis, where unique users can go in and post information on the fly and it is updated automatically to the web.
The following list is a general comparison of between Web 2.0 and Web 1.0 this will be broken down into specific comparisons.Web 2.0 and Web 1.0
The first comparison will be with Double Click and Google Adsense.
Double Click was the pioneer of the Internet ad service, where the users profile was created by their activity on the web. Consequently banner ads where generated this way as well. A major disadvantage was that Double click required the use to have a former sales contact with the company which limited this technology to larger companies. Overture and Google saw a need and improved upon an existing product thus Overture and Adsense was born. It was a format in which virtually any site could be catered to in terms of having a banner ad on it, which in turn offered consumer friendly text advertising.
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