As semantic technologies prove their value with targeted applications, there are increasing opportunities
to consider their application in social contexts for knowledge, learning, and human development.
Semantic Web and Knowledge Management has been accepted as a critical enabler aiming to in
crease knowledge-related performance by better use of intellectual assets, in addition to which many
governments are forced to increasingly deal with knowledge services that form larger parts of the global
economy and society.
When it comes to creating dynamic web sites, the open source PHP language is red-hot property: used on more than 20 million web sites today, PHP is now more popular than Microsoft’s ASP.NET technology. PHP is an ideal server-side scripting language that connects HTML-based web pages to a backend database for dynamic content. It allows you to create anything from a simple form-to-email script to a web forum application, a blogging platform, or a content management system.
Few developments in the world of computers have been embraced as quickly as mashups. The
most common mashups remain those that build on the various mapping APIs, but dynamic
combinations of data from multiple sources or in multiple formats (the basic definition of a
mashup) are all over the Web. Part I of this book provides an introduction to the world
Mashups require you to know a little bit about a number of Web technologies, and that
is what you will find in Part II. Long books have been written about each of the technologies
described in the chapters of Part II, but what you...
When Microsoft created .NET, it wasn’t just dreaming about the future—it was also worrying
about the headaches and limitations of the current generation of web development technologies.
Before you get started with ASP.NET 2.0, it helps to take a step back and consider these problems.
You’ll then understand the solution that .NET offers.
In this chapter you’ll consider the history of web development leading up to ASP.NET, take a
whirlwind tour of the most significant features of .NET, and preview the core changes in ASP.NET 2.0.
If you’re new to ASP.
There are many different technologies available today for developing complex web sites and web applications,
and with so many to choose from, it’s great that there’s one technology in particular that stands
out from the crowd and is such a joy to use. ASP.NET 2.0 is a fantastic technology that enables you to
develop web sites and applications with very little hassle. Developing web applications was never this
easy, yet even though it may appear simple, there is real power and depth to this technology that enables
it to host even the most complex applications available today....
e licentiate thesis is a piece of academic work under the theme of /Participation Literacy/.
The thesis concerns the Web 2.0 concept construction. Web 2.0 is a new mindset
on the Internet. The main characteristics include ”Web as a Platform”, Collective
Intelligence, Folksonomy and interfaces build with lightweight technologies such as
Ajax. Web 2.0 is not only a technique, but also an ideology – an ideology of participation.
A Web 2.0 service is completely web based and generally draws on open access.
Whether you develop web applications or mobile apps, the OAuth 2.0 protocol will save a lot of headaches. This concise introduction shows you how OAuth provides a single authorization technology across numerous APIs on the Web, so you can securely access users’ data—such as user profiles, photos, videos, and contact lists—to improve their experience of your application.
With the latest incarnations of ASP.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005, programming dynamic data-driven websites with Microsoft technologies has become easier and much more efficient than ever before. Fewer mouse clicks and fewer lines of code can now enable more powerful features and the tools you need—Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition and SQL Server 2005 Express Edition
This contribution presents and evaluates a new learning environment model based on Web 2.0 applications. We assume that the technological change introduced by Web 2.0 tools has also caused a cultural change in terms of dealing with types of communication, knowledge and learning. The answers given by eLearning scholars who intend to use the creative options offered by Web 2.0 in institutional learning are summarised in the first part of the paper. In this theoretical overview we introduce the concepts of eLearning 2.
ASP (Active Server Pages) is a web development technology that's leapt through several
stages of evolution. It was first introduced as an easy way to add dynamic content to ordinary
web pages. Since then, it’s grown into something much more ambitious: a platformfor
creating advanced web applications, including e-commerce shops, data-driven portal sites,
and just about anything else you can find on the Internet.
ASP.NET 2.0 is the latest version of ASP, and it represents the most dramatic change yet.
PowerShell is a scripting language built into Windows Server 2008 R2 servers.
PowerShell is designed to help you perform routine and repetitive tasks in a scriptable
fashion. PowerShell helps alleviate many of the time-consuming and tedious
tasks administrators have had to do in the past. You may have used various scripting
technologies over the years to accomplish these tasks; however, in PowerShell
2.0, you have a better tool than you have ever had when working with Microsoft
environments. PowerShell 2.0 was launched with the release of Windows 7 and
Windows Server 2008 R2.
Due to the development of mobile and Web 2.0 technology, knowledge transfer, storage and retrieval have become much more rapid. In recent years, there have been more and more new and interesting findings in the research field of knowledge management. This book aims to introduce readers to the recent research topics, it is titled "New Research on Knowledge Management Applications and Lesson Learned" and includes 14 chapters.
In a highly interactive Internet environment, the research issues in knowledge
management vary based on the development of new technology and modes of
interaction in the knowledge community. Due to the development of mobile and Web
2.0 technology, knowledge transfer, storage and retrieval have become much more rapid.
The technologies and methods continue to get more and more diverse. At the same time,
the types of online communities with high levels of interaction become more and more
Social Networks, Social Software and Web 2.0, a phrase coined by O’Reilly Media in 2004, refers to a
perceived or proposed second generation of Internet-based services—such as social networking sites,
professional communities of practice, wikis, communication tools, and folksonomies—that emphasize
the creation of knowledge and intellectual capital, online collaboration and sharing among users. This
new emerging era poses critical challenges for the development of Interactive Learning Environment.
Web 3.0 or Semantic Web is known as web evolution in which web content can be expressed in natural language and in an easy form that can be understood, interpreted and used by software agents in finding, sharing and integrating information more easily and conveniently as never before. John Markoff, a journalist from the New York Times first coined this term in 2006 which later came in practice. As an effective web development and a sequel to web 2.0, web 3.0 is a third generation Internet based service that gives you an added advantage of the internet technology....
Các dịch vụ Web SOA – Service Oriented Architecture – Kiến trúc theo khuynh hướng phục vụ Web 2.0.Amazoogle (giao diện dễ cho người sử dụng)
Dịch vụ máy chủ; các chương trình như các dịch vụ (programs as services)
Nguồn mở. Tài liệu điện tử phát triển nhanh hơn tài liệu dạng in.
Rules editing is performed the same way as in Outpost Network Security Client. See the
Outpost Network Security Client User Guide for details on creating application rules.
Click OK to save the group settings after editing.
Note: Settings of the Trusted Applications and Blocked Applications groups cannot be altered.
To edit the application settings, select the application in the list and click Edit. Application
settings window will be displayed allowing you to change the matching criterion and additional
rights for this application. ...
Chapter 1 - The revolution is just beginning. After reading this chapter, you will be able to: Define e-commerce and describe how it differs from e-business, identify and describe the unique features of e-commerce technology and discuss their business significance, recognize and describe Web 2.0 applications, describe the major types of e-commerce,...
Module B - The world wide web and the internet. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Define the relationships among Web site, Web site address, domain name, Web page, and uniform resource locator (URL); explain how to interpret the parts of an address on the Web; identify the major components and features of Web browser software; define Web 2.0 and its many technologies including wikis, social networking sites, blogs, RSS feeds, and podcasting;...