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What's the difference between a Web Site and a Web Application? Imagine the difference between a telephone and a smart-phone!   See Web Applications vs Web Sites for a look at the differences between web applications and conventional web sites.

Using powerful development tools we can build web applications to meet your specific business needs. Solutions can be hosted by us, cloud-based or in your data center. We have experience building applications for healthcare, transportation, nuclear and civil engineering clients, as well as government agencies.

Our team of IT professional architects and developers will design, build and maintain your solution using ASP.Net, MVC, Formview, Java, CSS, Javascript, AJAX and other state of the art tools to build either internal use, or public-facing solutions that responsive to device size.
Sequence of images showing how a responsive web page changes based on the available screen size.

In earlier computing models, the processing load for an application was shared between code on the server and code installed on each PC locally. So an application had its' own pre-compiled client program which served as the user interface and had to be separately installed on each computer. An upgrade to the program on the server typically also requires an upgrade to the client-side code installed on each user PC, adding to the support cost and decreasing productivity. Also, both the client and server components were usually tightly bound to a specific computer architecture and operating system so porting them to other systems was often too expensive.

In contrast, web applications use web documents written in standard formats such as HTML and JavaScript, which are supported by a variety of web browsers. Web applications can be considered as a type client–server software where the client software is downloaded to the user's machine when a page is visited, using standard protocols such as HTTP. Software updates may happen each time the web page is visited. During the session, the web browser interprets and displays the pages, and acts as the universal client for any web application.