||Prototypes for Open Mesh Services and User Interface Technologies
||Rose, Michael (Image Analysis and Computer Graphics, Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modeling, Technical University of Denmark, DTU, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark)
||Technical University of Denmark, DTU, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
||The world has been changed significantly by web technology and service that help people to
be better connected and more efficiently communicated. Today, web service is migrating to
the road map of technology convergence which means a variety of technologies will be
utilized together in order to maximize user experiences.
Since the concept of "Web 2.0" has come to the reality, the web is becoming open and social.
Instead of simply displaying their content to passing visitors, they become data centers—feeding information to other applications on the web so that the information is not only
shared but also enriched. Meanwhile, based on rapid UI technologies development, many
web applications have also presented excellent performance and bright future in modern
Following with web 2.0, Open Mesh, which has promising future, began its life in recent few
years. This master thesis aims to provide an overall picture of prototypes of Open Mesh
services from high level, particularly three critical aspects: 1) Web development and Service
Evolution – they were detailed represented from web1.0 to web2.0 then towards web3.0; 2)
Open Mesh and the prototype of services –the concept and module of Open Mesh and was
introduced and the Services prototype was designed and illustrated 3) UI technologies for
developing Web Services – Three mainstream UI technologies, AJAX, Flash and Silverlight,
were compared and discussed.
At last, Open Mesh will become an essential component in our daily life in near future, and
our digital life in Web world will be much easier and richer with the help of the prototype of
Open Mesh services. As a future trend, Open Mesh is striving to make it happens in Web
Creation date: 2009-08-19
Update date: 2009-08-19