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20 Things by Mind Map: 20 Things

1. 1) What Is The Internet? www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/guides/what-is-the-internet

1.1. TCP/IP

1.1.1. Stands for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. They are communication protocols that interconnect network devices on the internet.

1.2. Packets

1.2.1. Broken down chunks from data and information that could be sent more efficiently.

1.3. Bandwidth

1.3.1. A measure referring to the amount of data that can be sent over the internet per second. It is a way of showing the efficiency of your internet connection.

2. 2) Cloud Computing https://www.ibm.com/cloud/learn/what-is-cloud-computing

2.1. The online way of storing data and information to keep it secure. Any occurance to our computers (viruses, physical damages) would not affect the files that are stored online in services such as Google Drive.

3. 3) Web Apps What is a Web Application?

3.1. Definition

3.1.1. App is short for the word application. There are different apps in the web that perform different tasks. Examples are entertainment apps (Subway Surfers), Social media apps (Instagram, Snapchat), and general daily life apps (Google Maps)

3.2. Virtues of Web Appiness

3.2.1. 1. Data is accessible anywhere

3.2.2. 2. The latest version of any app is always available

3.2.3. 3. Apps work on every device with a web browser

3.2.4. 4. Web Apps are safer

4. 4) HTML, JAVASCRIPT, CSS AND MORE https://www.codecademy.com/courses/html-javascript-css/0/1

4.1. HTML

4.1.1. A programming language for the web. This language tells the browsers how the content should be structured and presented on a web page

4.2. JavaScript

4.2.1. The programming language used to to support browsers in an effort to create web interactions.

4.3. CSS

4.3.1. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. This program is a great opportunity for coders that want to enhance and style their page with design elements.

5. 5) HTML5 HTML5: what is it?

5.1. Definition

5.1.1. HTML5 is a set of capabilities that developers and web designers use for the next generation online applications

6. 6) 3D IN THE BROWSER 3D in the Browser

6.1. Creating a compelling experience

6.1.1. The requirements for a compelling experience is a whole load of data, which is used to display different textures and shapes.

6.2. Modern Broadband

6.2.1. Modern broadband is a huge difference in broadband speeds compared to the broadband speeds over 10 years prior, which basically makes it possible for people to send large chunks of data over the internet.

6.3. Importance

6.3.1. 3D, along with HTML5 and JavaScript are used in developing the next generation apps.

7. 7) A BROWSER MADRIGAL https://www.whatismybrowser.com/guides/.../why-should-i-update-my-web-browser

7.1. Importance of upgrading to a modern browser,

7.1.1. 1. Old web browsers are more prone to being attacked, with the required updates for protection not being available

7.1.2. 2. Some features would not work on an old web browser since the web is constantly evolving.

7.1.3. 3. Older web browsers slow down the ideas of the new generation

8. 8) PLUG-INS etc.usf.edu/techease/mac/internet/what-is-a-plugin-how-do-i-install-it/

8.1. Definition

8.1.1. A plug-in is software specializing in a particular type of content. (eg. Adobe Flash Player)

8.2. Plug-ins need to be up to date to avoid any attacks. Out of date plug-ins don't contain the required security fixes to prevent possible viruses

9. 9) BROWSER EXTENSIONS What are Browser Extensions and How they Affect your Privacy?

9.1. Languages Used

9.1.1. HTML, JavaScript, CSS

9.2. Features

9.2.1. Browser extensions can work independently. An example is when a new email arrives, the extension notifies the user about the email.

10. 10) SYNCHRONIZING THE BROWSER sync Definition from PC Magazine EncyclopediaPCMagLogo.2016Arrow_Path

10.1. Synchronization

10.1.1. "Sync" for short, is to save your browser settings online, so that any physical impact that damages the computer doesn't stop it from being saved online.

10.2. Advantages Of Sync

10.2.1. Sync is great if using multiple computers, as you wouldn't have to constantly change browser settings or add the same bookmarks over and over again.

11. 11) BROWSER COOKIES https://us.norton.com/internetsecurity-how-to-what-are-cookies.html

11.1. Cookie

11.1.1. A cookie is a small piece of text that a website sends to your browser. It is used to store information about your visit to the website, including the settings that you use for the site to remember.

11.2. Cookies can be found all over the internet.. An example is an online shopping cart. It stores the information that it needs so that while you are looking for something else to purchase, your items in the online cart are still intact.

12. 12) BROWSERS AND PRIVACY www.20thingsilearned.com/browser-privacy

12.1. Browsing

12.1.1. Browser security basically helps prevent your computer form getting online attacks

12.2. Privacy

12.2.1. Privacy features in a browser give you control over the browsing data locally (on your computer) or specific data sent by websites to browsers

13. 13) MALWARE, PHISHING, AND SECURITY RISKS https://us.norton.com/internetsecurity-how-to-what-are-cookies.html

13.1. Malware

13.1.1. Malware is the software that is installed in your machine without your knowledge that is malicious. An example could be a virus just pretending to be an antivirus.

13.2. Phishing

13.2.1. Phishing is basically the act of tricking online users into giving their information. It can be in the from of a fake website.

14. 14) HOW MODERN BROWSERS HELP PROTECT YOU FROM MALWARE AND PHISHING Browse Happy

14.1. Three types of security risks when your online

14.1.1. 1. How often you are close to an online attacker.

14.1.2. 2. The vulnerability of your computer when under attack online

14.1.3. 3. The amount of damage that is done when vulnerable

15. 15) USING WEB ADDRESSES TO STAY SAFE 4.Using Web Addresses to stay safe.

15.1. Scheme

15.1.1. A scheme is the first part of a URL. It starts with "HTTP", which stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol

15.2. Host

15.2.1. The middle part of the URL

15.3. Path

15.3.1. The path is the third part of the URL. It is not necessary to use a path in your URL, but it can lead you straight to a part of a website that you are looking for.

16. 16) IP ADDRESSES AND DNS IP Address. What is common between DNS and IP address?

16.1. IP address

16.1.1. An IP address is a bunch of numbers that is used to locate the device you are using on the internet network.

16.2. DNS

16.2.1. Stands for Domain Name System. DNS is used to look up different IP addresses on the internet by converting plain text into numbers.

17. 17) VALIDATING IDENTITIES ONLINE https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118763520.ch19/summary

17.1. Extended Validation Certificate

17.1.1. This basically makes sure to make you aware when it senses a fake website to prevent you from giving it your information.

18. 18) EVOLVING TO A FASTER WEB www.evolutionoftheweb.com/

18.1. Statistics

18.1.1. Over 35 hours of video content is uploaded to YouTube every minute of the day, totaling an astonishing 50400 hours of video content uploaded to YouTube each day.

18.1.2. 65% of the information on a web page is made up from images and photos.

18.1.3. JavaScript has over a several hundred kilobytes of source code

19. 19) OPEN SOURCE AND BROWSERS What is open source?

19.1. Open Source

19.1.1. Source code of a software is available to all

19.2. Browsers

19.2.1. Everyone would get to have a better experience with better browsers, as it allows the latest features.

20. 20) 19 THINGS LATER...

20.1. Final Takeaways

20.1.1. 1. Use a modern browser

20.1.2. 2. The web will always evolve

20.1.3. 3. Experiment online by trying new things