Web Application Development

Creating an application dedicated to the client’s needs includes several stages in which our experienced team take part. Cooperation with the client is a key at every stage of the project. We explore everything there is to know about client’s business, what the product needs to deliver and to whom. We use the best technology to build a successful product that helps businesses grow and thrive.

Requirements analysis with the client

The first stage of work on a dedicated application is based on the analysis of the client’s needs and application functionality. OR this purpose, we conduct meetings and organize workshops during which we listen to the client’s needs and propose solutions and ideas.

Data Science & Advanced Analytics

The result of the meetings and workshops is a specification document, on which we will work until the end of the project. In the document, we define the functionalities that should be included in the created application and the key arrangements. The resulting requirements specification document is approved by the client and our company.

UX/UI Design

We start working on the project. We conduct research that is the basis for design. Based on the research report and project requirements, we create mock-ups and projects that we test before handing them over to programmers. At all stages of work, we are in contact with the client in the form of meetings and workshops. The design stage ends with the creation of design documentation, which we attach to the requirements.

Application tests

During the application development, partial tests of the created functionalities are carried out.After creating the application containing all functionalities by the assumptions and the specification document, the final test of its correct operation takes place. The test takes place first in our environment and is carried out by designated employees, then in the customer’s production environment, which allows you to check the correctness of operation in the customer’s environment.

Implementation of the application and user training

The final stage in the design process is the implementation of the application. Together with the implementation, we organize training and provide project documentation with research and test reports. At this stage, we organize a meeting where we summarize the design process and define the next steps to improve the application.

Application care

After the production implementation, our company looks after the created application for a period agreed with the client. After this time, there is a possibility of further care, if such is the client’s request.

New features in the application

If there is a need to expand the functionality of the application, we are at the customer’s disposal. Each application created by us can be further developed, keeping the currently working functionalities and adding new ones.

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Web Application FAQ

A web application is a software program that is accessed and executed through a web browser over the internet. It is designed to provide specific functionality or services to users, such as online shopping, social networking, email, or project management. Web applications are typically developed using web technologies such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and server-side scripting languages like PHP, Python, or Ruby on Rails.

Web applications work by communicating between the user's web browser and a web server, which is typically hosted on a remote computer or server farm. The user's browser sends requests to the server, which processes the requests and sends back responses in the form of web pages or data. Web applications use various technologies to enable this communication, such as HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and JavaScript.

Web applications offer several benefits over traditional desktop applications, including:
  • Accessibility: Web applications can be accessed from any device with a web browser and an internet connection, making them convenient and flexible for users.
  • Scalability: Web applications can be easily scaled up or down to accommodate changes in user demand or resource availability, without requiring users to install or update software.
  • Collaboration: Web applications can enable real-time collaboration and communication between multiple users, making them ideal for team-based projects or tasks.
  • Cost-effectiveness: Web applications can be more cost-effective than traditional desktop applications, as they do not require users to purchase or maintain software licenses, hardware, or updates.
Developing web applications can present several challenges, including:
  • Performance: Web applications can be slower and less responsive than traditional desktop applications, due to the need to communicate with a server and process data over the internet.
  • Security: Web applications can be more vulnerable to security threats, such as cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), and SQL injection attacks, due to the need to handle user input and data.
  • Compatibility: Web applications can be less compatible with different web browsers and operating systems, due to the need to support a wide range of technologies and configurations.
  • Maintenance: Web applications can require more ongoing maintenance and updates, due to the need to address security vulnerabilities, performance issues, and compatibility problems.