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E-Commerce: Chapter 2 by Mind Map: E-Commerce: Chapter 2
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E-Commerce: Chapter 2

History of the internet

1960: Dept. of Defense developed the internet

1969: ARPANet

1972: Email

1974: TCP/IP

1979: Usenet

This is email for groups

1980: NSF

New node

1993: CBC Peter Mansbridge

1995: Privatized

History of the Web

1945: Vannevar Bush - Memex

1960's: Ted Nelson - Hypertext

first person to create hypertext

1987: Ted Nelson - xanadu

1989: Tim Berners-Lee - WWW

1993: Marc Andreesen - Mosaic

The first web browser

1994: Andreesen & Clark - Netscape

Enhanced version of mosaic, soon to become firefox

2004: Web 2.0

ex. Facebook, youtube, myspace etc.  The differentiation between web1.0 and web2.0 is that web1.0 is passively consuming content, whereas web2.0 is actively producing content. eg, messages on facebook Web 2.0 allows us to not only look over the contents of the internet but contribute to the contents of the internet.

Future: Moving towards web 3.0

Web Languages

SGML

First standards est. in 1986

DHTML

XML

XHTML

HTML

CSS

cascading styles sheets

Scripting and Programming

java

Perl

PHP

Python

Javascript, Ajax, Client Side, Server Side

VBScript

Tutorials

Web Software

webservers

webservers can be anything from computers to PDAs. Run by linux

Apache

IIS

HFS

Server to go

EasyPHP

XAMPP

Web Clients

Internet Explorer

Mozilla Firefox

Opera

Flock

Network Connectivity

Public

Internet

MAN/WAN

Private

Intranet

Extranet

VPN

Bandwidth

Phone Line, POTS, ISDN

Broadband, Cable, DSL

Leased Line, t1/t3, ATM/OC3

Wireless, iRDA, Bluetooth, Wi Fi, Cellular, Satelitte

Network Technologies

Hardware

routers

hubs

switches

gateway

access point

modems, cable modem, POTS modem, DSL modem

Internet Protocols

these are all applications on the internet.

internet, tcp, ip, 192.168.1.x, 127.0.0.1, domain names, telnet, Voice over internet protocol (VOIP)

e-mail, SMTP, POP3, IMAP, Webmail

newsgroups, NNTP

files, FTP, SFTP

world wide web (web), HTTP, HTTPS

Future of the internet

Internet 2

Semantic Web