Nothing But Web

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1.0 (1 Reviews)
About Nothing But Web
Nothing But Web is a website design and development agency that prides itself on building customised websites that facilitate exceptional user experience. Our Australian-based team have assisted thousands of businesses to convert traffic into valuable leads and sales through...
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$25 - $49/hr
10 - 49
2003
Australia
Nothing But Web
Delivered On Time & Within Budget
1.0 (1 Reviews)
1 Review
Client Reviews
Michael TaboneReviewed on 18/3/18
Stay Clear
Role: Managing Director- Australia at Dogtainers Animal Transport
Reviewed on 18/3/18 by Michael Tabone
Role: Managing Director- Australia at Dogtainers Animal Transport
Stay Clear
Commissioned to do our website, ran 6 months over due, they added charges that had not be agreed too, They did not complete the site as requested, but at least it was finished in the end. If i had a choice i would not use thease guys for anything.

What do you like most about the company?

Nothing

What they should improve on?

everything they do.

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Services:
Web Development
Project Budget:
$0 to $10000
Project Duration:
47 Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
Services

Mobile App Development, Web Development, Custom Software Development, UI/UX Design, Ecommerce Development, Digital Marketing

 

Focus
Service Focus
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  • Web
  • Web Hosting
  • Amazon web services
2 Answers
 Web 3.0 is the third generation of internet services for websites and applications.  The new generation internet is matured enough to consume and distributing the data or content better than its predecessor. The Netscape opened the door to the world of the internet, while Google gave the reason to embrace it. Throughout this period, the efficiency of the web to absorb the information has doubled, and adoption for the supporting technologies is greatly improved.   Companies like IBM, Google, and Apple have been investing heavily in Web 3.0 technologies. For example, Google Inc. over the past decade has made several acquisitions of companies in the Semantic Web area, such as applied semantics, and meta web technologies, Inc, among others. The semantic web is referred to as an extension of the World Wide Web and is set to upgrade the current internet technology. It means the Web 3.0 will empower machines to decode and catalog data in a manner humans do. It will refine the world wide data warehouse where any format of data can be shared and comprehend by any device over any network.The internet has skyrocketed with its evolution, and Web 3.0 is impressive, encompassing millions of users. In the last couple of years, the worldwide web has been annotated in versions.( Image source: blockgeeks)To understand what web 3.0 deliver, here we will see how it has transformed over the years.Web 1.0 It was all about driving online commerce and trying to find “anything” in the online network. In web 1.0, there was limited interaction between sites and web users. Web 1.0 was an information portal where users passively receive information without being given the opportunity to post reviews, comments, and feedback.  The key areas of interest during Web 1.0 were protocols such as HTTP, Internet access through ISPs, open standard markup languages such as HTML and XML, the first Web browsers, Web development platforms and tools, languages such as Java and Javascript, and so on. Web 1.0 is only the readable version of WWW.Web 2.0 It has been a relative niche phenomenon, with hundreds and thousands of tiny companies primarily focused on social networking through online communities. MySpace, Facebook, Instagram,etc. Web 2.0 is a readable and writable form with a connection to data.Web 3.0 It will organize itself around two different elements: context and the user. Web3.0 enables computers to interpret information, generate and distribute meaningful content to the users real fast.  It promises to give more power to users over data confidentiality. The blockchain technology blossoming on the verge of web 3.0 is paving its path for the new internet. It is about converting a streaming channel into a web that protects individual property and privacy through a range of peer-to-peer technologies.  Web 3.0 is a read, write, and executable format of WWW. It can read the data just like humans and could also distribute or tailor the useful content to the end-users.Web 3.0 core features,1) Semantic WebThe next wave of the semantic web brings along with them advanced web technologies in order to generate, share and connect content through search and analysis based on the ability to understand the meaning of words rather than keywords or numbers. Artificial intelligence and voice recognition. 2) Artificial IntelligenceThe new web will be referred to as the “ Intelligent Web.”  The computer has sharpened their skills to understand information like humans in order to provide faster and more relevant results. They become more intelligent with natural language processing and artificial intelligence to satisfy the needs of users. 3) 3D GraphicsThe three-dimensional design will reflect more on websites and services in Web 3.0. The games, ecommerce website, geospatial contexts, etc. have already started inculcating them in their structure.4) High ConnectivityThe network exhibits high connectivity and spans among millions of users worldwide. It has become fast, robust, and reliable. The information is better connected to semantic data.  5) Service accessible anywhere and everywhereThe idea is to connect everyone and everywhere. No matter what device the users are using, they should be able to connect to the web. The web should be robust enough to take a load of infinite numbers of users.Unlike Web 1.0, Web 2.0 facilitates interaction between web users and sites; it enables users to interact freely with each other. Web 2.0 encourages participation, collaboration, and information sharing. Examples of Web 2.0 applications are Youtube, Flickr, Wiki, Facebook, and so on. Web 3.0 is a semantic web that actually is referring to the future. \It will take time for the transition of web 1.0 to web 2.0, and similarly, it will take time to move from web 2.0 to 3.0.Instead of Dropbox or Google Drive, users may switch to Storj, Filecoin, Siacoin, or IPFS technology to distribute and store filesInstead of Skype, users may use Experty. io.Instead of using operating systems such as Android and iOS, users may prefer frameworks such as Essentia .one and EOSAkasha or Steemit may challenge FacebookInstead of Chrome user may prefer the Brave browserEthlance can take over from Upwork.
 Web 3.0 is the third generation of internet services for websites and applications.  The new generation internet is matured enough to consume and distributing the data or content better than its predecessor. The Netscape opened the door to the world of the internet, while Google gave the reason to embrace it. Throughout this period, the efficiency of the web to absorb the information has doubled, and adoption for the supporting technologies is greatly improved.   Companies like IBM, Google, and Apple have been investing heavily in Web 3.0 technologies. For example, Google Inc. over the past decade has made several acquisitions of companies in the Semantic Web area, such as applied semantics, and meta web technologies, Inc, among others. The semantic web is referred to as an extension of the World Wide Web and is set to upgrade the current internet technology. It means the Web 3.0 will empower machines to decode and catalog data in a manner humans do. It will refine the world wide data warehouse where any format of data can be shared and comprehend by any device over any network.The internet has skyrocketed with its evolution, and Web 3.0 is impressive, encompassing millions of users. In the last couple of years, the worldwide web has been annotated in versions.( Image source: blockgeeks)To understand what web 3.0 deliver, here we will see how it has transformed over the years.Web 1.0 It was all about driving online commerce and trying to find “anything” in the online network. In web 1.0, there was limited interaction between sites and web users. Web 1.0 was an information portal where users passively receive information without being given the opportunity to post reviews, comments, and feedback.  The key areas of interest during Web 1.0 were protocols such as HTTP, Internet access through ISPs, open standard markup languages such as HTML and XML, the first Web browsers, Web development platforms and tools, languages such as Java and Javascript, and so on. Web 1.0 is only the readable version of WWW.Web 2.0 It has been a relative niche phenomenon, with hundreds and thousands of tiny companies primarily focused on social networking through online communities. MySpace, Facebook, Instagram,etc. Web 2.0 is a readable and writable form with a connection to data.Web 3.0 It will organize itself around two different elements: context and the user. Web3.0 enables computers to interpret information, generate and distribute meaningful content to the users real fast.  It promises to give more power to users over data confidentiality. The blockchain technology blossoming on the verge of web 3.0 is paving its path for the new internet. It is about converting a streaming channel into a web that protects individual property and privacy through a range of peer-to-peer technologies.  Web 3.0 is a read, write, and executable format of WWW. It can read the data just like humans and could also distribute or tailor the useful content to the end-users.Web 3.0 core features,1) Semantic WebThe next wave of the semantic web brings along with them advanced web technologies in order to generate, share and connect content through search and analysis based on the ability to understand the meaning of words rather than keywords or numbers. Artificial intelligence and voice recognition. 2) Artificial IntelligenceThe new web will be referred to as the “ Intelligent Web.”  The computer has sharpened their skills to understand information like humans in order to provide faster and more relevant results. They become more intelligent with natural language processing and artificial intelligence to satisfy the needs of users. 3) 3D GraphicsThe three-dimensional design will reflect more on websites and services in Web 3.0. The games, ecommerce website, geospatial contexts, etc. have already started inculcating them in their structure.4) High ConnectivityThe network exhibits high connectivity and spans among millions of users worldwide. It has become fast, robust, and reliable. The information is better connected to semantic data.  5) Service accessible anywhere and everywhereThe idea is to connect everyone and everywhere. No matter what device the users are using, they should be able to connect to the web. The web should be robust enough to take a load of infinite numbers of users.Unlike Web 1.0, Web 2.0 facilitates interaction between web users and sites; it enables users to interact freely with each other. Web 2.0 encourages participation, collaboration, and information sharing. Examples of Web 2.0 applications are Youtube, Flickr, Wiki, Facebook, and so on. Web 3.0 is a semantic web that actually is referring to the future. \It will take time for the transition of web 1.0 to web 2.0, and similarly, it will take time to move from web 2.0 to 3.0.Instead of Dropbox or Google Drive, users may switch to Storj, Filecoin, Siacoin, or IPFS technology to distribute and store filesInstead of Skype, users may use Experty. io.Instead of using operating systems such as Android and iOS, users may prefer frameworks such as Essentia .one and EOSAkasha or Steemit may challenge FacebookInstead of Chrome user may prefer the Brave browserEthlance can take over from Upwork.

 

Web 3.0 is the third generation of internet services for websites and applications.  The new generation internet is matured enough to consume and distributing the data or content better than its predecessor. The Netscape opened the door to the world of the internet, while Google gave the reason to embrace it. Throughout this period, the efficiency of the web to absorb the information has doubled, and adoption for the supporting technologies is greatly improved.   

Companies like IBM, Google, and Apple have been investing heavily in Web 3.0 technologies. For example, Google Inc. over the past decade has made several acquisitions of companies in the Semantic Web area, such as applied semantics, and meta web technologies, Inc, among others. The semantic web is referred to as an extension of the World Wide Web and is set to upgrade the current internet technology. 

It means the Web 3.0 will empower machines to decode and catalog data in a manner humans do. It will refine the world wide data warehouse where any format of data can be shared and comprehend by any device over any network.

The internet has skyrocketed with its evolution, and Web 3.0 is impressive, encompassing millions of users. In the last couple of years, the worldwide web has been annotated in versions.

( Image source: blockgeeks)

To understand what web 3.0 deliver, here we will see how it has transformed over the years.

  • Web 1.0 

It was all about driving online commerce and trying to find “anything” in the online network. In web 1.0, there was limited interaction between sites and web users. Web 1.0 was an information portal where users passively receive information without being given the opportunity to post reviews, comments, and feedback.  The key areas of interest during Web 1.0 were protocols such as HTTP, Internet access through ISPs, open standard markup languages such as HTML and XML, the first Web browsers, Web development platforms and tools, languages such as Java and Javascript, and so on. Web 1.0 is only the readable version of WWW.

  • Web 2.0 

It has been a relative niche phenomenon, with hundreds and thousands of tiny companies primarily focused on social networking through online communities. MySpace, Facebook, Instagram,etc. Web 2.0 is a readable and writable form with a connection to data.

  • Web 3.0 

It will organize itself around two different elements: context and the user. Web3.0 enables computers to interpret information, generate and distribute meaningful content to the users real fast.  It promises to give more power to users over data confidentiality. The blockchain technology blossoming on the verge of web 3.0 is paving its path for the new internet. It is about converting a streaming channel into a web that protects individual property and privacy through a range of peer-to-peer technologies.  Web 3.0 is a read, write, and executable format of WWW. It can read the data just like humans and could also distribute or tailor the useful content to the end-users.

Web 3.0 core features,

1) Semantic Web

The next wave of the semantic web brings along with them advanced web technologies in order to generate, share and connect content through search and analysis based on the ability to understand the meaning of words rather than keywords or numbers. Artificial intelligence and voice recognition. 

2) Artificial Intelligence

The new web will be referred to as the “ Intelligent Web.”  The computer has sharpened their skills to understand information like humans in order to provide faster and more relevant results. They become more intelligent with natural language processing and artificial intelligence to satisfy the needs of users. 

3) 3D Graphics

The three-dimensional design will reflect more on websites and services in Web 3.0. The games, ecommerce website, geospatial contexts, etc. have already started inculcating them in their structure.

4) High Connectivity

The network exhibits high connectivity and spans among millions of users worldwide. It has become fast, robust, and reliable. The information is better connected to semantic data.  

5) Service accessible anywhere and everywhere

The idea is to connect everyone and everywhere. No matter what device the users are using, they should be able to connect to the web. The web should be robust enough to take a load of infinite numbers of users.

Unlike Web 1.0, Web 2.0 facilitates interaction between web users and sites; it enables users to interact freely with each other. Web 2.0 encourages participation, collaboration, and information sharing. Examples of Web 2.0 applications are Youtube, Flickr, Wiki, Facebook, and so on. Web 3.0 is a semantic web that actually is referring to the future. \

It will take time for the transition of web 1.0 to web 2.0, and similarly, it will take time to move from web 2.0 to 3.0.

  • Instead of Dropbox or Google Drive, users may switch to Storj, Filecoin, Siacoin, or IPFS technology to distribute and store files
  • Instead of Skype, users may use Experty. io.
  • Instead of using operating systems such as Android and iOS, users may prefer frameworks such as Essentia .one and EOS
  • Akasha or Steemit may challenge Facebook
  • Instead of Chrome user may prefer the Brave browser
  • Ethlance can take over from Upwork.
Contact information
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Nothing But Web
Level 10, 505 Little Collins Street,, Melbourne, Victoria VIC 3000
Australia
1300847908