Types of Web Apps
There are two main categories of web apps: static and dynamic.
Static web apps are the simplest type and are usually built using HTML or CSS. However, they can be tricky to modify and edit. All in all, static web apps don’t allow much activity, but they can support simple animations such as GIFs or short videos.
Dynamic web apps can come in many different subcategories. They are much more complex and are usually built with PHP or ASP. Most dynamic web apps are connected to a type of CMS, which makes them easier to modify and update.
One type of dynamic web app is a progressive web application. Similar to a mobile app, these web apps facilitate web access from mobile devices. By following the same architecture rules, progressive web apps help with mobile adaptability and help users even with poor connections.
Our Web App Development Process
Our expert team follows a tried and true development process to ensure all the necessary steps are carefully carried out.
Our team works closely with your business to discover how you want to build your web application. Once we have a clear understanding of your business’s needs, we help you develop a clear development plan and work out any potential problems we might find.
2. Sketching and Planning
With an idea in mind, we’ll sketch out a rough draft for your web application. This will include any features you want and specific integrations.
Once you approve the rough draft, we begin the design process. We’ll work on creating each face and interface so that you can see what your web application will look like. This step will also establish the flow of screens and the order of where each page will lead you.
With a complete design in hand, we work on bringing your web application to life. You’ll have updates about the process, and our team will be in close communication with you.
5. Testing and Quality Assurance
After each development phase, we’ll put your web application through rigorous testing and quality assurance. This helps us improve functionality and ensure that your web application will run smoothly.
When your web app is fully developed and has passed all the testing stages, we’ll be ready to launch it!
Even though your web app is launched and developed, we’ll be here to help with routine maintenance to make sure your web app continues to function correctly..
Differences Between a Web App and a Website
Websites are accessible by everyone unless you limit the accessibility to a private network within your office. This is because the speed at which they load is also directly linked to your connection. On the other hand, Web apps can be accessed even with a poor connection and don’t have to be limited to a specific location to be private.
Is a Web Application Right for Your Business?
A website is a way to brand your business, but a web app is a way to run your business. A web app will help streamline sales and create a more efficient customer service platform.