Web Applications

CRM, MIS, Billing System, Ticketing System, E-commerce or any customized web app

A Web application (Web app) is an application program that is stored on a remote server and delivered over the Internet through a browser interface.

Web application develoment

Web Applications is just like a software that runs on a web browser. Best benefit is the ability to update and maintain it without distributing and installing on thousands of client computers. Web application develoment

Web Applications use web documents written in a standard format such as HTML and JavaScript, which are supported by a variety of web browsers. Web applications can be considered as a specific variant of client-server software where the client software is downloaded to the client machine when visiting the relevant web page, using standard procedures such as HTTP. Client web software updates may happen each time the web page is visited. During the session, the web browser interprets and displays the pages, and acts as the universal client for any web application.

Web application develoment

Web application develoment Web applications are, therefore, computer programs allowing website visitors to submit and retrieve data to/from a database over the Internet using their preferred web browser. The data is then presented to the user within their browser as information is generated dynamically (in a specific format, e.g. in HTML using CSS) by the web application through a web server. For the more technically oriented, Web applications query the content server (essentially a content repository database) and dynamically generate web documents to serve to the client (people surfing the website). The documents are generated in a standard format to allow support by all browsers (e.g., HTML or XHTML). JavaScript is one form of client side script that permits dynamic elements on each page (e.g., an image changes once the user hovers over it with a mouse). The web browser is key - it interprets and runs all scripts etc. while displaying the requested pages and content. Wikipedia brilliantly terms the web browser as the "universal client for any web application".