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Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 An Architect’s View of the Web

    1. Looking for Web 2.0

    2. Capturing Web 2.0 Knowledge with Patterns and Architecture

  2. Chapter 2 A Different View of the Internet

    1. Best Practices for Forensic Architecture

    2. Internet Aspects

  3. Chapter 3 Dissecting Web 2.0 Examples

    1. DoubleClick and Google AdSense

    2. Ofoto and Flickr

    3. Akamai and BitTorrent

    4. MP3.com and Napster

    5. Britannica Online and Wikipedia

    6. Personal Websites and Blogs

    7. Screen Scraping and Web Services

    8. Content Management Systems and Wikis

    9. Directories (Taxonomy) and Tagging (Folksonomy)

    10. More Hints for Defining Web 2.0

  4. Chapter 4 Modeling Web 2.0

    1. A New Client/Server Model for Web 2.0

    2. Time Magazine’s Person of the Year: You (and Web 2.0)

  5. Chapter 5 A Reference Architecture for Developers

    1. About Reference Architectures

    2. The Web 2.0 Reference Architecture

    3. Architectural Models That Span Tiers

    4. Consistent Object and Event Models

  6. Chapter 6 From Models to Patterns

    1. A Metamodel for Architectural Patterns

    2. The Pattern Presentation Template

  7. Chapter 7 Specific Patterns of Web 2.0

    1. The Service-Oriented Architecture Pattern

    2. The Software as a Service (SaaS) Pattern

    3. The Participation-Collaboration Pattern

    4. The Asynchronous Particle Update Pattern

    5. The Mashup Pattern

    6. The Rich User Experience Pattern

    7. The Synchronized Web Pattern

    8. The Collaborative Tagging Pattern

    9. The Declarative Living and Tag Gardening Pattern

    10. The Semantic Web Grounding Pattern

    11. The Persistent Rights Management (PRM) Pattern

    12. The Structured Information Pattern

    13. Summary

  8. Chapter 8 Where Are We Going from Here?

    1. Web 2.0 Offshoots

    2. A Timeless Way to Build Software 2.0

    3. The Timeless Way of Building Software: Inspiration for the Next Generation of Web Software

    4. Creating Open Services That Last (and That Anyone Can Use)

    5. Web 2.0 into the Uncertain Future

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