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Monday, June 2, 2008

Introduction to Web Design

The History of the Web

* The web was initially conceived and created by Tim Berners-Lee, a computer specialist from the European Particle Physics Laboratory (CERN) in 1989.

* In his words, there was "a need for a collaborative knowledge-sharing tool" to support scientific work in an international context.

* He and his partner Robert Cailliau created a prototype web for CERN and released it to the Internet community for testing and comments.

The web is not synonymous with the internet, though some people may think so. Actually, the web is one way to utilize the infrastructure of the internet. In other words, the web is a subset of the internet.

* Since then it has grown into the web we know today under the guidance of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that is a volunteer organization based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with the responsibility for developing and maintaining common standards.

* Perhaps the single most important technological development in the history of the web, besides the creation of the web itself, was the development of graphical browsers in the early 90s. Beginning with NCSA's Mosaic and its evolution into Netscape's Navigator and Microsoft's Internet Explorer, these programs allowed users to browse the resources on the web in an extremely user friendly environment. This made the web a "fun" place and marked the beginning of the true web revolution.

CyeWeb One Channel 2.1.8.3

CyeWeb One Channel is a 1-channel free version of CyeWeb, which is IP/CCTV video surveillance software with hybrid video/audio source support to IP camera (Axis, Panasonic, Toshiba, Arecont), PCI/PCI-E based capture card, hardware video compression card, USB-webcam, and Windows Media Streams. It has network functions such as email notification and Windows Media Broadcast. It also has a tagging system to automatically insert tags into triggered events, and offers you a rich playback interface for video searching and management.

In addition, CyeWeb supports mega-pixels camera, with frame rate from 5fps to 60fps, and pixel formats YV12 to RGB32. CyeWeb also has functions such as e-Map, timeline Playback, instant Playback, PTZ, scheduler, motion detection, de-interlace filter, mask filter, and storage recycle. Version 2.1.8.3 has bug fixed and enhancement.


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