difference between web 1.0 ,web 2.0 and web 3.0

Web: 
WEB means "World wide web, internet"
The World Wide Web was established with the objective of accessing the data from anywhere at any time in form of interlinked hypertext language.

Web 1.0 referred as a web of information or repository,


Web 1.0 

Web 1.0 is the first generation of web

Web 1.0 is retronym which refers to the first state / version of the World Wide Web which was basically considered as “is an information space in which the items of interest, referred to as resources, are identified by global identifiers called Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs).”

Characteristics for the Web 1.0 pages are as follows:

It includes static web pages and use basic HTML (Hypertext Markup Language).
They have read only content.
The web master is solely responsible for updating users and managing the content of website.
They do not support mass-publishing.
Webmaster manually assigns all the hyperlinks to the content of the web page. .
They use Frameset.
The Web 1.0 pages can only be understood by humans (web readers)


Web 2.0

Web 2.0 is considered as read-write web.
Web 2.0 allows managing and assembling large global crowd with common interests in social interaction.

Web 2.0 is also both platform on which innovative technologies have been built and space where users are as important as content they upload and share with others.

Web 2.0 includes social network such as MySpace, Facebook, Twiter, orkut and Ning; media sharing such as you tube, slideshare and flicker; social bookmarking, such as Delicious and CiteULike; collaborative knowledge through wikis i.e Wikipedia, codeproject, expertechange, stackoverflow etc; creative work such as podcasr, videocasts, blogs and microblogs (e.g. blogger); content aggregation and organization, such as RSS (Really Simple Syndication)

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