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An XHTML 2.0 Implementation [chapter]

Mikko Pohja, Mikko Honkala, Petri Vuorimaa
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes the XHTML 2.0 specification and an XML user agent implementation for it.  ...  It adds a lot of features to the most used content language of the Web. The most notable change is the addition of XForms, the next generation WWW forms language.  ...  Introduction HyperText Markup Language (HTML) [1] is one of the greatest factors to the success of the World Wide Web (WWW). It provides an easy way for authors to create content to WWW.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27834-4_50 fatcat:3hdoqairw5cj7fuxvpxyhoxssi

Web 2.0: Servicios

Mosaic
2007 Mosaic  
Implicaciones Sociales: AJAX API. a) Videoblogs: Archivos de video que se distribuyen mediante suscripción a c) XHTML (eXtensible Hypertext Markup Language, Lenguaje Extensible los usuarios.  ...  -XHTML: Acrónimo inglés de eXtensible Hypertext Markup Language (lenguaje extensible de marcado de hipertexto), es el lenguaje de marcado pensado para sustituir a HTML como estándar para las páginas web  ...  HTTP: Acrónimo ingles de HyperText Transfer Protocol. Se trata del protocolo principal dentro de la web.  ... 
doi:10.7238/m.n60.0732 fatcat:nx44iimqkbaarimn5t4nuvdzme

Toward 2W, beyond web 2.0

T. V. Raman
2009 Communications of the ACM  
A simple markup language for communicating hypertext content. 8 Together, they constitute the global hypertext system.  ...  HTML 3.2 was in turn followed by HTML4 28 as a baseline markup language for the Web.  ...  Conclusion The Web has evolved from global hypertext system to distributed platform for end-user interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1461928.1461945 fatcat:u4ou6eff7rgilnzmmlpemtnrwu

Declarative Web 2.0

Erik Wilde
2007 2007 IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration  
markup rather than imperative code.  ...  We show a path how today's imperative Web 2.0 applications can be regarded as a testbed as well as a first implementation for a revised version of Web 2.0 technologies, which will be based on declarative  ...  Web's foundation, the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).  ... 
doi:10.1109/iri.2007.4296688 dblp:conf/iri/Wilde07 fatcat:x4gavhh47vhejiqzm7wba4hr6q

Web 2.0 Applications in Medicine: Trends and Topics in the Literature

Christophe Boudry
2015 Medicine 2.0  
Articles related to Web 2.0 were downloaded in Extensible Markup Language (XML) and were processed through developed hypertext preprocessor (PHP) scripts, then imported to Microsoft Excel 2010 for data  ...  (Med 2.0 2015;4(1):e2)  ...  Data downloaded from PubMed in Extensible Markup Language (XML) were processed through developed hypertext preprocessor language (PHP) scripts, then were imported to Microsoft Excel 2010.  ... 
doi:10.2196/med20.3628 pmid:25842175 pmcid:PMC5823613 fatcat:7nzqh65zunbxposxlkndrtghri

Functional Analysis of Enterprise 2.0 Tools: A Services Catalog [chapter]

Thomas Büchner, Florian Matthes, Christian Neubert
2011 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
We examined the following commercial and open source Enterprise 2.0 tools in detail: Alfresco Share, Atlassian Confluence, Group-Swim, Jive SBS, Liferay Social Office, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server  ...  If HTML is used as the underlying markup language, the system has to take measures to prevent Cross-Site-Scripting (XSS) attacks.  ...  Nevertheless, power users sometimes prefer being able to edit the underlying markup manually. For this reason, an advanced view is provided to enable modifications of the markup language directly.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-19032-2_26 fatcat:gdumysj7abbxllda73iwxw6hqm

CLOUD COMPUTING: ENTERPRISE 2.0

2014 Issues in Information Systems  
Enterprise 2.0 is a new concept for building a corporate computing infrastructure using cloud computing and Web 2.0 technologies.  ...  This paper aims to provide a universally applicable conceptual framework for the Enterprise 2.0 platform by exploring the strategic implications for businesses using the acronym SLATES (Search, Links,  ...  XML (eXtensible Markup Language) is for specifying how data are described while HTML5 is the basic backbone of web pages for reading content.  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2014_110-115 fatcat:lvjunpdfqfhrpimn3ajjb7s424

Enabling an accessible web 2.0

Becky Gibson
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 international cross-disciplinary conference on Web accessibility (W4A) - W4A '07  
In addition, toolkits and testing tools are making it easier to reach the nirvana of accessibility by default in Web 2.0 projects.  ...  The initial implementation provided for transferring data via eXtended Markup Language (XML) but other forms of data are now common.  ...  The main idea behind ARIA is to add the necessary semantic data into the HTML and XHTML markup.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1243441.1243442 dblp:conf/w4a/Gibson07 fatcat:p757h3zfwncmpnp25lev42h5ge

Bringing simulation to engineers in the field: a Web 2.0 approach

R. Haines, K. Khan, J. Brooke
2009 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
We describe how we created DSTs to run on lightweight mobile devices by using the Web 2.0 technique known as Software as a Service.  ...  Appropriate views of the data are generated dynamically from the predownloaded extensible hypertext markup language and cascading style sheets code by processing the XML responses from the server.  ...  Our own method uses a document-based approach whereby all communication between client and simulation is via messages encoded in extensible markup language (XML) and transmitted by the hypertext transfer  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2009.0047 pmid:19487200 fatcat:chbov5ibq5h5neynaccftbhnwe

The Role Of Knowledge Management In Enterprise 2.0

Zeljko Panian
2011 Zenodo  
E2.0 parallels and builds on another term commonly being used in the industry – Web 2.0. E2.0 represents also new packaging for strategic collaboration and Knowledge Management (KM).  ...  The term Enterprise 2.0 (E2.0) describes a collection of organizational and IT practices that help organizations establish flexible work models, visible knowledge-sharing practices, and higher levels of  ...  In the consumer market, certain technologies (e.g., Ajax, mashups), coupled with data centralization and adoption of social software tools (e.g., blogs, wikis, social bookmarks, Extensible Markup Language  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1327721 fatcat:zt2jo4gegjg4vnjm5bptlkimp4

Introducing Web 2.0: wikis for health librarians

2007 Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association  
While using wikis in health is now well established, their gradual rise is similar to other Web 2.0 tools such as blogs and RSS feeds.  ...  Ironically, owing to the prominence of Wikipedia, which paved the way for the broader acceptance of Web 2.0 technologies, wikis are moving beyond the collaborative writing of encyclopedia entries.  ...  Taking this idea one step further, participants can use wikis to share and exchange ideas without the need for elaborate coding languages such as hypertext markup (HTML).  ... 
doi:10.5596/c07-036 fatcat:syhyoaiubzhvrkvm6ndtq3kkv4

HCLS 2.0/3.0: Health care and life sciences data mashup using Web 2.0/3.0

Kei-Hoi Cheung, Kevin Y. Yip, Jeffrey P. Townsend, Matthew Scotch
2008 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
After providing an overview of Web 2.0, we demonstrate two scenarios of data mashup, facilitated by the following Web 2.0 tools and sites: Yahoo! Pipes, Dapper, Google Maps and GeoCommons.  ...  Web 2.0 consists of a variety of applications implemented using diverse technologies.  ...  For example, if some geo-ontologies are integrated into Keyhole Markup Language (KML) (http://code.google.com/apis/kml/), geographic mashup by Google Maps/Earth may be performed in a fully semantic manner  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2008.04.001 pmid:18487092 pmcid:PMC2933816 fatcat:s7xyuohnv5bm7kzg36dgwy5jpq

miRNEST 2.0: a database of plant and animal microRNAs

Michał W. Szcześniak, Izabela Makałowska
2013 Nucleic Acids Research  
In its updated version, named miRNEST 2.0, the database is complemented with our extensive miRNA predictions from deep sequencing libraries, data from plant degradome analyses, results of pre-miRNA classification  ...  The database was constructed using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), PHP 5.2.11 (http://www.php.net/) and MySQL 4.0.31 (http:// www.mysql.com/). pre-miRNA secondary structures  ...  Here we present miRNEST 2.0, an updated version of the database.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nar/gkt1156 pmid:24243848 pmcid:PMC3965105 fatcat:cv2vtzwoovb5bigiaikccslxoq

Anticipating SMIL 2.0: the developing cooperative infrastructure for multimedia on the Web

Lloyd Rutledge, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Lynda Hardman, Dick C.A Bulterman
1999 Computer Networks  
Potential new constructs with additional features for SMIL 2.0 are presented. Other W3C efforts and their potential relationship with SMIL 2.0 are discussed.  ...  Work is expected to be soon underway for preparing the next version of SMIL, version 2.0.  ...  can be represented in the syntax of SMIL 2.0 and related formats.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1389-1286(99)00026-2 fatcat:tlir4pzfkndgfgzgseqdqsqnha

The sociology of web 2.0

SAIDA KHEIRA BENAMMAR
2015 International Journal of Social Sciences  
Web 2.0 starts from people to people, a user is the producer of digital content and he is the consumer of it interchangeably with other users and it is not necessarily for all users to be producers, some  ...  that they display online in social networking profiles, blogs..Etc, most of these application are built in such way that each participant has his/her own space that he/she creates and maintains. in web 2.0  ...  Individuals with programming expertise in hypertext markup language (HTML) could post content, but web 1.0 accommodated only modest individual knowledge creation and sharing, mostly through primarily text_based  ... 
doi:10.20472/ss2015.4.4.001 fatcat:lzofzqwyhffkla7fgq3jr7v7de
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