Fifty years ago, the WorldWideWeb was a concept completely unheard of. Over the course of a few decades, the world of the Web has undergone rapid changes.
The journey started from text-based information in the Web 1.0 era, evolving into something more integrated and richly varied. While Web 1.0 was read-only, Web 2.0 allowed people to read and write information on the web and on applications. Web 3.0 is the future, where users can not only read and write, but also interact with content. The user-centric feature of Web 3.0 is its main perk.
What is Web 3.0?
Tim Berners-Lee originally envisioned Web 3.0 as the connected or Semantic Web. The Semantic Web organizes data in a way that makes it understandable by computers instead of people. Even though the "three pillars" of Web 3.0 have been identified as the Semantic Web, AI, and NLP, characteristics like accessibility, connectivity, 3-D graphics, and edge computing are also some of its defining features.
The semantic capabilities of Web 3.0, alongside Natural Language Processing (NLP) allow computers to grasp and decipher data at the intelligence level of a human. Therefore, it can adapt smart thinking in order to better meet user demands. Facilitated by NLP, computers can better interpret human language and present solutions of high accuracy and relevance.
How Will Web 3.0 Affect Businesses?
One of the key questions we should ask as software developers is: how will Web 3.0 and its rise impact businesses?
The integration of real-time data in Web 3.0 enables a more precise understanding of online interactions. As a result, business owners can define and structure their business models and marketing strategies better in order to give their customers a more personalized and profound experience online.
Web 3.0 prioritizes users and that’s what makes it the future of sharing information online. With the rapid development of technology, accessing information has become easier than it had ever been. Users are looking for an all-integrated online experience, where information can be accessed quickly and conveniently. Mobile-first helps businesses create better connections with their consumers.
Decentralization is one of the key features that define the Internet of Things. Due to this unrestricted and decentralized nature, users are given more control of its functions. Web 3.0 content can be accessed using multiple devices and multiple applications. Users would not be restricted to their PCs and mobile phones anymore, because Web 3.0 interconnects appliances, sensors, vehicles, and more.
Moving to Web 3.0
With a special focus on Blockchain technology, Web 3.0 decentralizes networks and transforms the static browsing experience on Web 1.0 and the relatively less interactive one on Web 2.0 into a much more immersive experience.
Fcode Labs is staying on top of the changes that are happening in the world of the Web. Our one goal is to help businesses to thrive in the new era of Web 3.0, by providing integrated AI-based software and web development services. The process of development is conducted with the end user in mind. In a future with Web 3.0 at the center of information-sharing, businesses that will utilize immersive and user-oriented technologies will flourish.
To make them happen is what Fcode Labs is for.