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What is Web Application Development?
What to expect?
Features of a Properly Built Web App.
Robust & technically compliant apps don't have usability issues, it should be easy to use, inexpensive to maintain and extend - Most importantly should fulfill your expectations. We ensure its functionality, usability, and scalability.
The interface of a web app should be intuitive and easy to use, with clear and concise navigation, appropriate use of colors and typography, and well-designed forms and buttons.
A properly built web app should be responsive, meaning that it should adapt to different screen sizes and devices. This ensures that users can access and use the app on a wide range of devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
Fast & Responsive
The loading speed of a web app is critical to its success, as users are likely to abandon a slow-loading app. A properly built web app should be optimized for fast loading times, with minimized use of resource-intensive features and optimized images and code.
Security is critical for any web application, as it protects sensitive data and ensures the reliability and availability of the app. A properly built web app should implement best practices for security, including encryption, authentication, and access control.
As the number of users and the amount of data processed by a web app increases, its scalability becomes increasingly important. A properly built web app should be designed with scalability in mind, with the ability to handle increasing amounts of data and traffic.
The back-end of a web app is responsible for processing data and providing the necessary resources to the front-end. A properly built web app should have a robust back-end that is able to handle large amounts of data and provide fast and reliable responses.
What does web app development from scratch look like?
Upgrades & Raodmap
The first step in developing a web application is to define the goals and objectives of the project. This involves identifying the target audience, defining the features and functionality that are required, and determining the budget and timeline for the project.
The next step is to create a design for the web application, including wireframes and mockups of the user interface. This step is critical in ensuring that the web app is user-friendly and provides a good user experience.
Once the design has been finalized, the actual development of the web app can begin. This involves writing the code for the front-end and back-end, integrating any required APIs, and implementing the necessary database and server-side components.
After the web app has been developed, it is important to test it thoroughly to ensure that it is functioning as expected. This involves testing the web app on different browsers and devices, and conducting user testing to identify any usability issues.
Once the web app has been tested and any bugs have been fixed, it can be deployed to a web server for public access. This step may also involve setting up a domain name, configuring SSL certificates, and configuring the web server for optimal performance.
After the web app has been deployed, it is important to continue to maintain and update it to ensure its functionality and security. This may involve fixing bugs, adding new features, and keeping the app up-to-date with the latest security patches.
Based on the real world feedback its now time for planned upgrades and scaling. In this step you work with the product team in creating a list of features and roadmap.
Ensuring Quality Coding
Quality is a crucial aspect of web development, as it determines the success of a web application and the satisfaction of its users.
A clear understanding of the requirements and goals of the web application is essential for ensuring its quality. This involves working with stakeholders to define the functionality, performance, and usability criteria for the application.
The design and architecture of a web application should be carefully considered to ensure that it is scalable, secure, and efficient. This may involve the use of design patterns, architectural frameworks, and other best practices.
Thorough testing is essential for ensuring the quality of a web application. This includes both manual and automated testing, such as unit testing, integration testing, and acceptance testing.
Performance optimization is a critical factor for web applications, as it affects the user experience and can impact the success of the application. Performance optimization may involve optimizing the application code, using caching strategies, and minimizing the use of resource-intensive features.
Managing your project
Flexibility Transparent Collaboration & Workflow Automation
We plan projects, track time, and allocate resources to ensure that projects stay on track and deadlines are never (or rarely) missed. While we do this we are transparent and empower our clients to work with us while we develop their application.