Web application development

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Web apps are classified into 6 types. What type do you want?

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Static Web Applications

Called so due to their nature and lack of flexibility, static web apps are more like a collection of static web pages that display the same information to every visitor. They are built using HTML and CSS and offer no interactivity.

Since the pages in static web app development are generated on the server end, there is no room for personalization.

Static web app pages are also very difficult to change or update. You’d have to perform a complete page reload for any changes to show up.

Given all of the above, is static web app development even being done today?

Certain businesses that just about require a low-key web page that imparts key business information requiring no input from the users could use a static web app. Personal portfolios, business contact pages and some company info pages could use this kind of web app development for quick and economical results.

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Dynamic web applications

Dynamic web apps as the name suggests are interactive in nature, involving server-side as well as client-side programming. If you can input some information into a web app and retrieve different results, that is a dynamic website.

So if you can perform a search, create a user profile, post a comment or interact in any other way, you’re using a dynamic web app.

Pages on dynamic web applications do not follow a pre-determined order of display but are instead shaped by input on the client-side or server-side. These apps deploy a content management system or CMS that modifies the app’s contents.

A wide number of programming languages including PHP and ASP to build a web app. These apps require web hosting, databases and servers.

While technically, all apps that aren’t static web apps, are dynamic apps, there are some broader categories which make up for the rest of this list of types of apps.

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Ecommerce apps

If you wish to sell or buy anything online, you need at the very least, a web app that can place orders and process payments. Such an app would be called an ecommerce app.

This takes the technical complexity of developing a web based application to the next level. From maintaining an updated database of products to managing orders, offers and transactions, ecommerce web apps involve a lot more programming.

Creating an immersive interface resembling the native app experience is also really important for ecommerce web apps, so that customers can enjoy a seamless experience no matter what device they are on.

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Portal Web Apps

A portal web app is a type of web application that allows users to log in to a secure area from a home page. Take credit card payments for instance. You could be on a shopping website or a bill payment website, and when it’s time to choose a credit card and make a payment, you are asked to log into the credit card company’s web app to complete the payment. That is an example of a web portal.

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Content Management System or CMS Web App

A content management system or CMS allows even non-technical users to easily create and update content online. From a simple blog to a more comprehensive website, a CMS allows users to keep these assets up to date with the latest information.

Creating such a system that simple non-technical users can easily use requires special technologies best left to professional web app developers.

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Progressive web apps

Progressive web apps (PWAs) aren’t merely a classification of web applications. They are in fact, a quantum leap in the field of web based application development.

A PWA takes advantage of the latest and best web application development frameworks and technologies to give you a product that combines the very best of web apps and native mobile apps.

These apps behave like a live, ready to access website that you can save on your homescreen, without downloading, and can access anytime you want in just one click.

What’s more, a progressive web app leverages a large ecosystem of plugins, web technologies and APIs, giving you an experience that rivals the best native apps; but yet is easier, faster and cheaper to develop compared to native apps.

A study shows that an average app loses 20% of its users at every step from discovering the app to starting using that app. Users need to first find a native app in the store, download it, get onboarded and then begin using the app.

A PWA on the other hand is just like a website. Users can start using it as soon as they discover it, eliminating steps like downloading and onboarding. Yet, once they choose to add it to homescreen – which takes a second or two – they can be sent push notifications and personalized communication to boost engagement.

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Content Management System or CMS Web App

A content management system or CMS allows even non-technical users to easily create and update content online. From a simple blog to a more comprehensive website, a CMS allows users to keep these assets up to date with the latest information.

Creating such a system that simple non-technical users can easily use requires special technologies best left to professional web app developers.

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Developers use client-side and server-side programming to develop an application accessible over a web browser.

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