The World Wide Web (WWW or Web), refers to the system of interlinked hypertext documents accessed via the Internet using a browser. The web was created by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989 and has since become the most widely used way of accessing information on the internet. The World Wide Web made it possible for the first time to provide and share multimedia content interactively and internationally. It is used for a variety of purposes, including exchanging information, conducting business, entertainment and communication. Websites are usually accessed through a web browser, e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Apple Safari.
The web has changed the way businesses operate. It has opened up new avenues for marketing, sales and customer loyalty. With an online presence, businesses can reach a global audience and showcase their products or services. The web enables seamless e-commerce transactions, allowing customers to shop from the comfort of their own homes. In addition, companies can use the power of the web to gain valuable insights through analytics to improve their decision-making processes.
Web services refer to the standardised way of communicating from application to application over the internet. They enable different software systems to communicate with each other via the internet using open standards such as HTTP and XML. Web services can be either SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) web services, which are based on XML, or REST (Representational State Transfer) web services, which use HTTP and can return data in various formats such as XML, JSON and plain text.
Some common examples of web services are weather APIs that provide current weather data, currency conversion APIs that allow you to convert one currency to another, and geolocation APIs that provide information about a specific location. Web services are used in a wide variety of applications, from e-commerce websites to mobile apps and everything in between. Web services allow different applications to share data and functionality and work together, even if they were developed by different organisations or at different times.
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