The gradual classification
With increasingly market-oriented markets, it is essential that technology be user-friendly. In the current scenario, the client also called the end user who the king crowned. The end user interestingly deals with technology management. In the foreseeable future, the end user, who definitely dictates the formulation of products and services. In such a context, organizations are becoming more and more urgent to understand what the user needs and needs. The meaningful participation and active contribution of the end-user helps to prevent ice. Organizations that take a proactive approach to this aspect of customer-centric business are highly regulated by the shelters. The traditional ways of pursuing business and the pursuit of fragile market forces by its own fundamentals no longer serve the purpose.
For over a decade, the web has been an active platform for linking business communities and end-users. Dynamic organizations that strive to move forward will want to understand each process well in the eyes of the users. This starts with raising the user's thinking generated in the mind. Entrepreneurial falcons would like to perceive this idea and imagine it as a product and service before the idea that has competed among competitors and is aging or redundant in the process. So the creative idea is the generation of magic. Quickly catch the potential business.
In order to capture the idea and potential business, it requires the customization of software and existing Internet technology. Customers are increasingly personalized to understand their needs, desires, and needs.
Existing advanced web technology is currently being used to facilitate end-users who have potential customers and are promoted as Web 2.0. This is achieved by using the weblog of
to get more and more creative ideas in end users' minds. In weblogs, the content and operation of the web site are directed to the desires of the users. Most of the weblogs are open to the public to read their ideas for reading around the world.
o Audio-video publications in the form of podcasts and RSS feeds.
o Submitting articles to directories where inventive articles can be uploaded to end-users for anyone and everyone to read.
o Wikis, such as the wikipedia, which is fresh and searchable for anyone with access.
o Web 2.0 Web sites are based on Ajax framework programs that are based on highly interactive and user-friendly interfaces. Websites will not be the monologues or business statements of a webmaster but are governed by concepts and features transmitted by the end user. Here the momentum will be on social networks.
o Ajax-based web applications have helped increase the web page between multiple server speeds, functionality, usability, and interactivity between the server and the client.
o Dynamic content management, message board and community building are moving towards social networks. The content and functionality that end users share and share.
o Using an XML-based format that has the ability to convert a format from one format to the next, is a further feature of Web 2.0 technology.
The above-described Web 2.0 services are based on the guidelines set by W3C and agree with global web service providers.