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#1 2011-08-05 20:18:37

atang1
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Webpages is graphics for browsers ? Can one webpage do the job of ten

Internet is cloud computing?

Webpages are internet information technology.

Text browsers can read mobile webpages. then you have to add marker language for touch screen or mouse clicking. Webpage resolution and colors define the protocol you can use. Adobe flash player made webpage usage universal. If you don't use Adobe flash then you need special webpage for each browser version.

The war of browsers, is how you display different webpage from many websites. If you fail to display all webpages then your browser lost the war. The war of video protocols.

Today, people could use voip and ipTV, and its video protocol is mpeg4/h.264. You can add active-x directory to make webpages. You could add html4, but html5 is going to be the new protocol. So, you choose Adobe flash player to standardize video protocol among all the browsers and old and new operating system too.

We have to standardize webpage protocol, so that one browser can display and function any SAAS(software as a service on ajax) webpages to avoid bugs galore.

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#2 2011-08-06 20:32:46

atang1
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Re: Webpages is graphics for browsers ? Can one webpage do the job of ten

For software programmers to see how webpage can be software as a service is not very hard. Anyone doing online banking or credit card management knows what had been done over the years. Its free to attract people to go paperless to save postage and printing data on paper.

Ebay and paypal are services by webpages.

Cloud computing is just these examples. They make money by charging a fee.

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