Web Application

A Web application requires only Internet access and a web browser!

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Web applications provides functionality to the user without having to download and install software.
They can also be updated quickly and the updates do not have to be broadcast to individual computers.

A web application or web app is any software that runs in a web browser. It is created in a browser-supported programming language (such as the combination of JavaScript, HTML and CSS) and relies on a web browser to render the application.
Web applications are popular due to the ubiquity of web browsers, and the convenience of using a web browser as a client, sometimes called a thin client.
The ability to update and maintain web applications without distributing and installing software on potentially thousands of client computers is a key reason for their popularity, as is the inherent support for cross-platform compatibility. Common web applications include webmail, online retail sales, online auctions, wikis and many other functions.


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Web Application Benefits:

Web applications do not require any complex "roll out" procedure to deploy in large organizations. A compatible web browser is all that is needed;

Browser applications typically require little or no disk space on the client;

They require no upgrade procedure since all new features are implemented on the server and automatically delivered to the users;

Web applications integrate easily into other server-side web procedures, such as email and searching.

They also provide cross-platform compatibility in most cases (i.e., Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.) because they operate within a web browser window.

With the advent of HTML5, programmers can create richly interactive environments natively within browsers. Included in the list of new features are native audio, video and animations, as well as improved error handling.

Modern web applications support greater interactivity and greatly improved usability through technologies such as AJAX that efficiently exchange data between the browser and the server.

Web applications allow for easier introduction of new user devices (e.g. smartphones, tablets) because they have built-in browsers.

  • social networking websites (Facebook, MySpace, hi5.com, Xanga, Classmates.com)
  • image websites (Snapfish, Flickr, Photobucket, Shutterfly)
  • online calendars (Google Calendar, O2 Calendar, Yahoo! Calendar)
  • chat sites (chat-avenue, omgpop, czateria, Meebo)
  • online shopping websites (just about ANY store -- the grandfather of online shopping is Amazon)
  • online telephone directories (Yellow.com, White Pages, AnyWho)
  • blog pages (Blogger, Word Press, Tumbir)
  • online news publishers (Press Smart, The Drudge Report, Open Publish)
  • online dictionaries (ExamplesThe American Heritage Dictionary, Dictionary.com)
  • webmail servicies (Gmail, Yahoo Mail, HotMail)
  • map servers (Google Maps, MapQuest)
  • internet search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo)
  • alternatives to desktop software applications (Google Docs, Slide Rocket, Avairy, Mint

The last category is one of the fastest growing. It allows you to NOT have to have software on your computer (downloading, installing, updating). These applications take the place of many high cost programs. To find out more -- click on Examples of Web Applications on the left.