- The world wide web (www) is a collection of
hyper-text (html) documents (web pages),
made available on the internet.
These documents can contain text, images, animations
and hyper-links to other documents.
The www was devised c1989 by Tim Berners-Lee as a more
user-friendly development of other information-sharing
protocols such as file transfer protocol (ftp).
- html hyper-text markup language
an interpreted programming language embedded in some html pages.
- Java -
a general purpose programming language, but one that is
often used to create small applications,
"applets", e.g., animations,
embedded in html pages.