If Web 1.0 is about static pages and retrieving information, Web 2.0 is about dynamic pages and sharing information. Widespread computer illiteracy and slow internet connections added to the restrictions of the internet, which characterized Web 1.0. The shift from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 is a direct result of the change in behavior of those who use the World Wide Web.
While a Web 1.0 site mainly contains ‘read-only’ material, a Web 2.0 website allows its users to interact with other users or to change website content, in contrast to non-interactive websites where users are limited to the passive viewing of information supplied to them.
Rich user experience, user participation, dynamic content, metadata, web standards and scalability are some of the features of Web 2.0 Designing. Some of the key Web 2.0 website development include:
There are five specific business objectives of most communication - to listen, to talk, to energize, to support, and to embrace. Individuals and companies are using Web 2.0 development services to communicate with their customers, business partners, employees and their industry groups. Blogging and social networking are two of the more widely adopted Web 2.0 technologies.
Redix is highly aware of the power wielded by the Web 2.0 - that is - using the Web as a platform for building the software applications as opposed to the desktop applications. Redix uses the latest technologies like Ajax and Flash to build Rich Internet Applications (RIA) and interactive sites.
As more and more people are interacting through the blogs and social networking sites, it really pays to tap this unexplored customer base. Our Web 2.0 development service involves Social Networking Application Development, RIA Development, Blog Development, Forum Development and Ruby on Rails Development.