Through Web application Development, we facilitate the users of your website to interact in a superior way. The users can send queries to you by filling up online forms. They can also get registered online. Besides, it offers a host of other convenience to you and the users of your website.
Webkeon believes that web application development is paramount to carry out online business efficiently in both micro as well as macro levels. An online presence means more than just an Internet brochure to a web business. The custom web application developments designed by experts are capable of improving the efficacy of any aspect of your business. Webkeon deals with web application development projects of any density and duration. Be it a small web site, a multifarious e-commerce web application or corporate website - we develop it all for you.
Custom Website applications featuring need-based and great-value functionality help improve the bottom line by increasing productivity, enhancing information & business process transparency and escalating business system efficiency. Webkeon website application development team focuses on creating innovative solutions that match - or exceed - our clients' objectives. A web application is commonly structured as a three-tiered application. In its most common form, a web browser is the first tier, an engine using some dynamic web content technology (e.g., CGI, PHP, Java Servlets or Active Server Pages) is the middle tier, and a database is the third tier. The web browser sends requests to the middle tier, which services them by making queries and updates against the database and generating a user interface.
Web interfaces have increasingly been used for applications that have previously been thought of as traditional, single-user applications. For example, Microsoft HTML Help replaced Windows Help as the primary help system in Microsoft Windows. Like their networked brethren, such applications generate web pages as their user interface and send them (sometimes via an embedded HTTP server) to a local web browser component, which then renders the pages for the user and returns user input to the application. Web applications powered by embedded web servers have also become commonplace as the user interfaces for configuring network components such as servers, switches, routers, and gateways.