Website Application

Web applications are computer programs allowing website visitors to submit and retrieve data to and 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.

In past, the web has been embraced by millions of businesses as an inexpensive channel to communicate and exchange information with prospects and transactions with customers.

Web browsers are software applications that allow users to retrieve data and interact with content located on web pages within a website.

What are the Benefits of a Web Application?

In particular, the web provides a way for marketers to get to know the people visiting their sites and start communicating with them. One way of doing this is asking web visitors to subscribe to newsletters, to submit an application form when requesting information on products or provide details to customize their browsing experience when next visiting a particular website.

The web is also an excellent sales channel for a myriad of organizations, large or small: with over 1 billion Internet users today. Today all data must be somehow captured, stored, processed and transmitted to be used immediately or at a later date. Web applications, in the form of submit fields, enquiry and login forms, shopping carts, and content management systems, are those website application that allow this to happen.

They are, therefore, fundamental to businesses for leveraging their online presence thus creating long-lasting and profitable relationships with prospects and customers. No wonder web applications have become such a ubiquitous phenomenon. However, due to their highly technical and complex nature, web applications are a widely unknown and a grossly misunderstood fixture in our everyday cyber-life.

From a technical view-point, the web application is a highly programmable environment that allows mass customization through the immediate deployment of a large and diverse range of applications, to millions of global users. Two important components of a modern website are flexible web browsers and web applications; both available to all and sundry at no expense.

Quality and Compliance Matrices

All our website Solution are SEO, W3C CSS, XHTML 5, Cleared Web Accessibility, Broken Link checks.

We are developing the websites which meets the "Guidelines for Federal and ACT Government Websites" compliance matrices defined by Government.

We Support Languages To Develop Web Application.

PHP:
PHP is Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) used on the server side whose constructions are inserted into the HTML text. PHP is an open source program product, so it’s free and web developers can create their own language extensions.

PHP is an extremely popular application development language for general usage although it was created specially for web development. In general it has the syntax similar to the syntax of C, Java and Perl. However, it’s much simpler. PHP differs greatly from other programming languages by its simplicity.

PHP allows separating HTML text from the executing part and thus it becomes possible to reduce considerably time expenses for the project development. In most cases the speed of promoting the projects created on PHP will be higher than while using other programming languages. Although this technology is simple enough its capabilities allows PHP web developers using it for creating powerful and highly effective web applications.

JSP: (Java Server Pages)
Java Server Pages, which is enhanced known as JSP, is an additional open-source programming language that can be accomplish without even knowing Java Script.

Straightforward and spotless tag extensions are used in this web application development language. Moreover, this web application development language permits Java tag library developers to include simple tag handlers, which is rather ridiculous in case of other web application programming languages.