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Stunning milestones in the history of the web.

interesting stories in the history of the web.
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Reinhard Kussian

on 7 January 2010

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Transcript of Stunning milestones in the history of the web.

Stunning milestones in the history of the web.
Table of contents
A rising star called World Wide Web
The web browser wars
Non-compatible website-technologies
Current technologies
“I designed the web for a social effect –
to help people work together – and not as a technical toy.”
(Tim Berners-Lee)
A rising star called World Wide Web
1989 - Tim Berners-Lee invented the
World Wide Web
HTTP (“Hypertext Transfer Protocol“)
HTML (“Hypertext Markup Language“)
First web-server
World Wide Web (first web-browser; renamed to “Nexus”)
Tim Berners-Lee
The first web-server
The web browser wars
NEXUS
from Tim Berners-Lee
MOSAIC
from NCSA (Marc Andreessen and James Clark)
NAVIGATOR (NN)
from Netscape (Marc Andreessen and James Clark)
INTERNET EXPLORER (IE)
from Microsoft
FIREFOX (MF)
from the Mozilla Foundation
1991-1993
1993-1997
1994-2002
1995 until now
2002 until now
was able to show images inline
moved the web into mainstream
29 documented Mosaic-fork
number of web-users increased tremendously
th
NN-market-share (1994-2006)
another Mosaic-fork
the beginning of the first web browser war
Microsoft decided to bundle up the IE with their OS
1998: anti-trust suit against Microsoft
end 90s: IE had reached absolute market dominance
created from the Navigator-source-code
the beginning of the second web browser war
Non-compatible website-technologies
Internet Explorer
Netscape Navigator
HTML-tags
CSS-tags
JavaScript (JS)
DHTML
HTML-tags
CSS-tags
JScript (JS + Extensions)
ActiveX
DHTML
Web Accessibility
"[...] refers to the practice of making websites usable by people of all abilities and disabilities. When sites are correctly designed, developed and edited, all users can have equal access to information and functionality."
(Wikipedia)
Current technologies
Today's browser-market-shares in Europe
no tables in the first version
displayed images in new windows
IE-market-share (1994-2008)
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