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Web Applications

“When you want to know how things really work, study them when they're coming apart.”

What Is A Web Application?

How Can I Use Web Apps?

A web application is an application utilizing web and browser technologies to accomplish one or more tasks over a network, typically through a web browser. These come in many different forms, and functions. One example of a web apps would be an online banking systems. This application would have to live within your webpage, and once called upon will go to the banks database, pull select information, then carry this messege back to the webpage.

Why waste time and effort adding new pages and products once our work is done. By using server codes such as ASP, ASP.NET, VB, VB.NET, C#, PHP, HTML, DHTML, CSS, Javascript, AJAX, SQL Server, MySQL, Web Services, SOAP. This allows us to my changes over a wide scale with just a few lines of code.

Any legitimit online business you see today, is likely reaping the benifits of online web applications. Here are a few examples of their uses.

  • Ordering products and services
  • Online e-mail delivery
  • Web based search engines
  • Tracking product sales, and customer data
  • Perform complex calculations - estimater
  • Online appointment scheduling
  • Employee portals

How Can This Make Me Money?

There are countless ways you can use web applications to help generate revenue and grow your business. Having an application that pulls data from your customer database and sends out weekly news letters is one way of maintaining your already exsisting customers. It's been practices to purchase potential customer data from online market places, these are the customers in the market for your services. When someone orders a product from your website, they like the comfort of know that they package has been sent, is being handeled with care, and when it can be expected. That is one of the situations where an online tracking system becomes relavant.