Web 2.0 Checkpoint - Jennifer ONeal XBIS 219 Web 2.0 Check...

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Jennifer O’Neal XBIS 219 Web 2.0 Check Point Web 2.0 is a collection of information technologies and applications. The websites that use them enrich user experiences by encouraging user interaction and social interaction. Web 2.0 site are not places to visit online, but is often referred to as the “Live Web” or the “Next Web.” Information technologies and Applications which are used by Web 2.0 include XML, RSS, AJAX, podcasting, video-casting, tagging, blogs, and wikis. Ajax is a web development technique that allows portions of a web site to refresh fresh data without having to refresh the entire page. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, allows users to receive information, when they want it without the user having to surf through thousands of web sites. A wiki is a site in which anyone is able to post and edit material. There is an edit link on each page that allows anyone the opportunity to add, edit, change, or delete material. Podcasting and Video-casting are very similar to each
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