The Usage of Web Application Development

By: Naman Jain

Web application is developed to make surfing a smoother experience. Web application publication is primarily developed in a three tier program. The user level, the business level and the data services level. What you see on screen is the user level application of the software, that creates a gateway for the users to interact on the web.

The user level web application are generally created in the simple HTML, DHTML, sometimes the complex COM and Java script applets. Most of the softwares that were developed earlier were based on the client server architecture, which needed it to be installed separately in each of the user's computer. Upgrading such web application became extremely difficult as it involved upgrading each and every machine in which it was earlier installed. Another hassle that the client server web application development required was to license it every time you installed a web application in your computer.

Earlier since the websites were more of a simple program, with static pages, web application too was restricted. There was not much of an emphasis paid on user interaction. But with the introduction of more dynamic websites, web application development has grown. And with the technological advancements, web application development has also grown. Today website applications are no more boring and static ones, they have now grown to become more and more dynamic. User interactivity in websites has grown manifolds. User filled forms, e-commerce transactions, e-commerce interactions ans so much more are added into the website with the help of these web application development.

All the latest web 2.0 websites that you see floating across the Internet are true examples of how web applications can be used in the websites in order to make them more profitable than before.

Apart from the HTML, and DHTML techniques used in the search engines, J2EE Development services also invites people in. Java development services are important to the website, since they give it a friendly and smooth work position.

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