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By Kimberly Connella   |   September 12, 2022   |   0 Comments

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Web Application Development

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What is Web Application Development?

Web Application Development is the creation process for application (app for short) programs. These programs are kept on remote servers and are delivered to user devices through the Internet. One of the best features of Web Apps is that there is no need to download them because they are accessed over a Network. This focus on User Interaction (UI) is the distinguishing factor between Web Applications and conventional Websites. Largely, this is accomplished with attention to detail within the Front-End Development, Back-End Development, Single-Pages, and Performance Web Pages.

A Wholistic View of Web App Development

Client Side

The proprietary aspect of this type of Web App is Front-End Development:

Essentially this is the part of the website that is visible and accessible to the users. Since the users, in most cases are the clients, the main focus in this phase of the Web App Development process is to focus our software development team’s sole attention on enhancing the client-side development. We do this by enhancing the UI (User Interface) within the web app to optimize high-performance levels and interactions.

Subsequently, this leads our Web Apps to have a very small amount of buffer time, if any at all, when loading time for the pages within the Web Application is considered. This is because of all the data the app needs to function on being loaded upon the application starting up. This allows the user to accelerate his or her interactions with the content on the app. Also, this makes the app greatly responsive.

Server Side

The competitive aspect of this type of Web App is Back-End Development:

Simply put, this part of the Web App Development process is the side that users/clients do not see when they use the internet. In large part, this is because it is the digital infrastructure. As a result, if non-developers were to see this part of the process, they would be faced with a combination of all sorts of characters such as a jumble of letters, numbers, special characters, and punctuation marks.

This jumble of letters, numbers, special characters, and punctuation marks is of great importance to creating APIs (Application Programming Interface), databases, servers, as well as anything else which may be running in the background. This type of Web Application is the most secure. In addition, it offers superior compatibility with any browser of your selection!

Single Page

The third unique aspect of this type of Web App is the Single-Page App:

The main difference in this part of the Web App Development process between Single-Page Apps with respect to Front-End Development and Back-End Development is that with Single-Page Apps, the page only gets around to loading when its link is clicked. Also, the entirety of the power comes from this one page, which becomes possible through the unlimited scroll feature.

Progressive Web Applications (PWAs)

Progressive Web Apps are a special type of Web Application. They are engineered to rank well as both highly capable as well as easily installable:

PWAs are found in Web browsers. PWAs endure the same process of being downloaded and installed as mobile applications, while constantly being available from mobile devices. Quite inherently from its name, Performance Web App, the performance of these types of apps is extremely good as they are navigable at very fast speeds, which goes to show how well their User Interaction features are designed. Ultimately, Performance Web Applications combine all the best features of web apps, such as being safe, discoverable, engageable, and responsive, all in the shape of a mobile application!

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