Inventor of internet ‘hates apps’

Written By komlim puldel on Rabu, 10 Desember 2014 | 20.01

Apps are boring ... Inventor of the World Wide Web Sir Tim Berners-Lee is not a fan. Picture: Supplied. Source: News Limited

THE inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has launched an astonishing attack on mobile/tablets apps and walled gardens.

"Apps are boring," he told the LeWeb conference in Paris.

He was responding to a question on whether the web was dead.

"The web was built to be an open innovative platform but much of it has become read-only and walled gardens," he said.

There were too many silos and the web needed to be open again.

Apps need URLs ... Tim Berners-Lee speaks at the LeWeb conference in Paris. Picture: Supplied. Source: Supplied

Walled gardens restricted data flow and interaction.

Apps were read-only so there could be no conversation.

"Everyone loses if's not on the web. The important thing is that everything has a URL .

"(Otherwise) it's not part of the discussion ... no comment or share."

There had to be a URL (web address) so people could link to it and tweet about.

"Everything you can do an app you can do on a web page," he said.

"The future will be based on web technology. It looks like an app but it's a web page."

Brian Buchanan can be reached on Twitter @buck_ers

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