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The History of the Internet - Part II



In 1989 came the birth of the World Wide Web.

It was proposed by scientists meeting in CERN, Conseil Europeen pour la Recherche Nucleaire, or later known as European Laboratory for Particle Physics.

They proposed to have a system by which computing resources could be interlinked to provide a network, through which information could be exchanged by means of a Client Server model.

In modern terms, the Server, is the Web server, which serves the web page, and the Client is the Browser in the end user's computer.

The network on which this was to be accomplished later came to be known as the INTERNET.

It was the successor of ARPANET.

In 1991, Tim Berners-Lee conceived the actual World Wide Web, as we know today.

He believed in having information in hypertext form, in interconnected computers, and whenever a user clicked on the hypertexts, the information would be delivered to them, from the interconnected computer.

This required a new protocol, as TCP/IP was not adequate.

Thus was born the 'Hyper Text Transmission Protocol', or HTTP as it is popularly known today.

Tim Berners-Lee envisioned to use hypertext as a model to deliver a variety of information interlinked,  to clients through an interface known as a browser.


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He conceptualized the browser, as a tool in the end user machine, which would take the given code and data, and then display it to the user, in an human understandable form.

He formed the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), in 1994, with a center in MIT, INRIA in France and in Keio University in Japan.

The consortium was composed of physicists and academics, initially, and later by companies and organizations, which were interested in the development of the internet.

They would discuss various issues like protocols, standards, and the language modality, and then come to consensus about standards.

And thus was born the HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol), and HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language), the language of the Web.

The Hyper Text Transfer Protocol was a means by which servers (Web servers) could communicate with clients (browsers) and serve pages using the Hypertext model, termed as web pages.

The Hyper Text Markup Language, popularly known as HTML, was born as the language for designing and building web pages.

It was a language, which consisted of Tags, and the data was embedded in between the Tags.

The web pages would be stored in different machines, and the Web Server, in each of the machine, would deliver the web pages to the end user machine, which requested it.

A Web Browser, would take the HTML page, that was delivered, and interpret and render it, with the contents in a human readable and presentable form.

The W3C was the agency which set the INTERNET standards.

Every few years they would release newer versions of HTML and its accessories.


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