Web Application

IndiaWebMediaPro Technologies

Web Application

Professional Web Application Development by IndiaWebmediaPro

IndiaWebmediaPro is a web application development company with over a decade of experience in building web applications. Our dedicated web app developers have successfully completed over 400 projects for a variety of industries and business domains, including e-Commerce, e-Learning, Analytics, Finance, Entertainment and more.

Through the years, we have perfected our delivery processes and workflows to cope with constantly changing requirements and tight deadlines that are the hallmark of complex web development projects. Our Scrum expertise was instrumental in successfully building new products for global brands.

 

1. Static Web Applications

Static Web Applications, we usually developed in HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and Ajax as per client’s requirements. We also include or display animated objects, such as banners, GIFs, videos, etc. in the static app handily.

Unfortunately, modifying the content of static web applications is not easy. To do this, you first have to download the HTML code, then modify it and finally send it back to the server. These changes can only be made by the developers that planned and designed the first Application.

 

2. Dynamic Web Applications

Dynamic web applications are much more complex on a technical level. We use databases for data loading and its contents are updated each time the user accesses them. They usually have an administration panel (called CMS), where administrators can correct or modify application content, whether text or images.

Different programming languages can be used for the development of dynamic web applications. PHP and .Net are the most common languages, we use for this purpose because they allow the structuring of contents.

 

 3. Shop Online Or E-Commerce

If the web application is an online store, its development is likely to resemble that of an m-commerce or e-commerce site. This type of application development process is more complicated because it must allow electronic payments that can be made from credit cards, PayPal or other payment methods.

We develop a management panel for the administrator; that will be used for the listing of new products, update them, delete the entries, and to manage applications and payments. Administrator can manage entire system very easily.

 

4. Portal web app

By portal we are referring to a kind of application in which we access several of its sections or categories through a home page. These apps can include plenty of things: forums, chats, email, browsers, areas accessed through registration, latest content, etc.

 

5. Animated web application

Animation is inevitably associated to FLASH technology. This programming approach allows presenting content with animated effects. It also enables more inventive and modern designs and is one of the most widely used technologies by designers and creative directors. The drawback inherent to developing animated web applications is that this kind of technology is not suitable for web positioning and SEO optimisation purposes because search engines cannot read correctly the information they contain.

 

6. Web application with a content management system

Content must be continually updated when it comes to web app development, so installing a content management system (CMS) is a serious option to consider. The administrator can make use of this CMS to implement changes and updates all by himself.

These content managers are intuitive and very easy to handle. Some examples of content management systems are:

WordPress: it’s undoubtedly the most widespread content manager around. There is plenty of information, tutorials and guides available on the Internet that will help you customise it and understand how it works. In addition to all this, it’s free.

Joomla: this CMS comes second only to WordPress. It doesn’t have as many users as the latter but does have a strong community and is also very intuitive.

Drupal: it’s a free software CSM. It’s very adaptable and is especially recommended for building up communities.

This kind of web application is very common among content pages: personal blogs, corporate blogs, professional blogs, news pages, articles, media, etc.