Web Applications

So What Are Web Applications?
…and How they can Help You.

Easiest way to decribe a web application (or app) is an program that is accessible on the Internet or an intranet. This can include Mobile phones.

Web Applications may also refer to computer software applications that are hosted on a website browser (like Mozilla firefox, Internet Explorer etc) which may run software like a Java applet or coded in a browser-supported language like JavaScript. A web application will use a markup language like HTML and it will need the web browser to render the application executable (useable).


Web AppsWeb Applications…

…are popular due to the convenience of web browsers. The ability to update and maintain web applications without distributing and installing software on potentially thousands of computers is a key reason for their popularity.

Common Web Applications are made for…

  • Easier Communication
  • Transactions
  • Entertainment


What They Entail…
What type of Web Application are you looking for?

Our Requirements Checklist helps you consider what you will need to complete your application successfully. Factors we look at include:

  • Security
  • Notification System
  • Registration Process
  • Built in Help
  • Update Capability


What They Cost…
What to expect to pay for a Web Application.

Depending on your program requirements web applications can vary dramatically in cost. What seems like a simple program can be quite expensive due to the amount of design time and programming that goes into the user experience.

The best method to get an approximation of price for your business web application is to fill out our online quote form. We can give a ball park figured based on the requirements you email us. If you are not sure then you can also have us organize a WAR session. What we refer to as web apps requirements, in other words what your program needs to be able to do.

There are many solutions to finding the right web application tool however they will fall into 3 categories: Custom Made, Off the Shelf, or a combination of both.

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