Embedded Platforms Web 2.0 Based Application Development for Embedded Linux Platforms
Web 2.0 Based Application Development for Embedded Linux Platforms

In the first stages of the Internet concept, there was a "Server to Client" approach. With the development of the Internet, the validity of this approach is lost and a new "client to client" model was occurred. Along with the arrival of this model now users not only reach the static content of any server, users can interact with each other via spesific computer programs. This model increased the concept of "connectivity" and this has become a big and an integral part of our lives. Nowadays our lives depending on this point and beacause of that "client to client" model limits our lives to a single personal computer. In the developing world, this is never enough. People wants to be connected anywhere, anydevice. A new requirement in this direction was born. This is "people to people" approach. This new approach brings us 2 important devices: Smart phones and Smart TV's. Smart TV's are the most popular and the fastest growing devices today. OK but what is Smart TV?

Smart TV, which is also sometimes referred to as "Connected TV" or "Hybrid TV", (not to be confused with Internet TV or Web TV), is the phrase used to describe the current trend of integration of the internet and Web 2.0 features into modern television sets and set-top boxes, as well as the technological convergence between computers and these television sets / set-top boxes. These new devices most often also have a much higher focus on online interactive media, Internet TV, over-the-top content, as well as on-demand streaming media, and less focus on traditional broadcast media like previous generations of television sets and set-top boxes always have had. Similar to how the internet, web widgets, and software applications are integrated in modern smartphones.

We offer you the service of project development on this embdeded platforms. You can extend your embedded platforms with social networking technology capabilities, with which users can both glean updates from, and post their own updates to, existing social networking services (like for example Boxee's social networking features which other then their own interfaces with Facebook, Last.fm, Tumblr, and Twitter, among other similar services), including posts related to the content currently being played. The addition of social networking synchronization to Smart TV and HTPC platforms may provide an interaction with both on-screen content and other viewers than is currently available to most televisions, while simultaneously providing a much more cinematic experience of the content than is currently available with most computers.