Web Application Development

A ‘Web Application Development’ is a business system or application delivered over the Web. It might be an internal expenses application used only within a company (intranet); a reseller purchasing application used with partners (extranet); or an online system available to members of the public like an eBay or a holiday cottage search site.

Web applications utilise the interactive nature of websites to provide customised and interactive technologies; they deliver a more sophisticated and interactive user experience than conventional websites.

Web Application Technologies :

Web Application Development can utilise a range of technologies, depending on the requirements of the particular application. These include: AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), ASP (Microsoft Web Server (IIS) Scripting language), ASP.NET (Microsoft's Web Application Framework - successor of ASP), ActionScript, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), ColdFusion (Adobe's Web Application Framework), CGI, HTML5 (HyperText Markup Language), Java, JavaScript, JSP, Node.js, OSGI, Perl, PHP, PSGI, Python, Ruby - the list goes on.

Some of these are Client Side Scripting technologies (such as HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, Ajax), others are Server Side Scripting technologies (such as ASP, ASP.NET, Python etc.).

Online Commerce & Enterprise e-Commerce Applications:

Our scalable and secure commerce solutions leverage leading e-Commerce platforms and help businesses manage every facet of an online sales process including product catalogs; customized back-end order fulfillment processes; inventory management; payment integration; logistics integration; and on-site and off-site promotions.

Content Management Solutions:

We have deployed enterprise grade intranets as well as large-scale websites using content management technologies such as Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, Liferay, Drupal, Joomla, WordPress, Typo3 and DotNetNuke.

Custom Web Applications:

We have delivered custom web and enterprise applications for various industries such as insurance, telecommunications, online advertising, logistics and travel by utilizing some of the most popular software technologies viz. Microsoft .NET, Java, PHP and Ruby-on-Rails.