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Software Development

If you’re looking to hire a software development provider, you probably have a product or products in mind to create — such as an app, a website, or a program. But before you begin your search, you need to figure out what, exactly, it is that you’re looking for beyond what you’re building. There are many different types of software development. Often, the various kinds of developers work together to bring your project to fruition. 

1. Frontend Development

Frontend developers work on the part of the product with which the user interacts. They are primarily concerned with the user interface (UI). For example, they might create the layout, visual aspects, and interactive elements of a website or app. However, their role isn’t identical to that of a UI or user experience (UX) designer.


2. Backend Development

In contrast, a backend developer works with the part of the product users can’t see — the back end. This professional builds the infrastructure that powers the website, app, or program, focusing on functionality, integration of systems, and core logic. They will also deal with the complex, underlying structure, ensuring strong performance, scalability, and security.


3. Full-Stack Development

A full-stack developer works on all aspects of the product, including both the front and back ends. To be a successful full-stack developer

Our Web Application:

Static Web Application


A Static Web application is the very first type of web apps that have come to exist on the Internet. Typically, it doesn’t have any kind of interaction between the user and the server, and it’s not a dynamic web app too. It is built with simple HTML and CSS to display only relevant content and data


Dynamic Web Application

A dynamic web application is an upgrade for a regular static one since they are more complex to build from the technical point of view. Their main goal is to directly interact with the client. They do have various interactive elements and methods to engage a client in the services/products the web app is offering.

Online Shop / E-Commerce Web Application

If your web application is directly promoting the products or services towards your potential customers, then it can be called an online shop or an E-Commerce Web Application. Compared to the dynamic web application, this web app type requires much more features, as the customers have to perform certain actions to purchase your products/services.

CMS Web Apps

CMS or Content Management System is a web app type where its owner doesn't need any assistance from the technical team. As he can modify the content of the website by himself, without learning any programming languages, using only the admin panel or CMS of his website. Generally, there are lots of CMS variations with their specificity and design layouts. But in most cases whenever someone mentions a CMS web application, most of the developers will highlight these three ones.

Portal Web Application

A portal web application is a web platform that provides a specific type of user with a single access point to the relevant information. For example, a web app portal can be used to distribute employee training information or improve the way your users interact with the business they own. Some of the very common portal web application examples would be forums, emails, chats, search engines, etc.

Animated Web Applications

Animated web applications refer to the Flash Player technology, where the entire web app is presented as one complex web animation. It does offer a creative and modern design and back in the past, it was considered as one of the core technologies used by designers and creative directors.

SPA Web Applications

SPA or Single-Page Applications is a dynamic web application type that does not need any browser reloads and acts as a single web app unit. SPA web applications are considerably faster and agile since all of the business and technical logic is executed in the browser, on the client’s side. The development process of SPA is relatively simple, while the deployment is fast.

PWA Web Applications

PWA or Progressive Web Application is a very popular type of web application. With just a regular development bundle (like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript) one can build an app that does feel and seem like a native mobile app. At the same time, customers can access web application data that enrich the performance and mobile compliance with any mobile browsers.








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