WWW 30 Years Old Today: Google celebrates invention with a doodle

WWW 30 Years Old Today: Google celebrates invention with a doodle

The WWW is the primary tool billions of individuals today use to interface on the Internet

Google on Tuesday celebrated 30 years of World Wide Web (WWW) with a doodle. English researcher Tim Berners-Lee invented the WWW in 1989 and wrote the first web browser in 1990.

Working at CERN, Switzerland, Berners-Lee spread out the essential ideas of the WWW in a proposition which included ideas like HTML, URL and HTTP.

In a document titled “Information management: a proposal”, he imagined the utilization of hypertext to link documents.

The WWW, generally known as the Web, is a data space where documents and other web assets are identified by Uniform Resource Locators (URLs).

The first web browser was discharged in 1991 – first to the research institutions and afterward to the general public on the Internet in the same year.

The WWW is the primary tool billions of individuals today use to interact on the Internet.

Notwithstanding text, website pages may contain pictures, video, audio and software components that are rendered in the user’s web browser as coherent pages of multimedia content.

Prior to the WWW, remote computers communicated directly for the first time in 1969 and in 1983, TCP/IP standard was adopted.

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