What's the difference between a website and a web-application?

The primary purpose of a website is to deliver information. The primary purpose of a Web Application is to facilitate the interaction between two people, a person and a database, a person and a group of people, etc. In practice, they are built with relatively the same technology, however, web-applications are more complex and integrate with more external systems.

Examples of Web-Applications:

  1. An online system to interact with your bank
  2. A social network like Facebook or LinkedIn
  3. A system to connect truck drivers with people who need freight shipping
  4. An online reservation system
  5. A loan application or other online forms

We have built all sorts of web-applications from online forms to whole management systems. We work on projects both big and small.

Platforms we've worked with

When you've been in business as long as we have, customers bring you all sorts of platforms to work with. We haven't worked with them all, but we've worked with a great number of them. Here are a few of the more common ones;

Woo Commerce

Technologies we use

Where a website is hosted, how its secured, how its maintained, and the third-party services you use to keep it humming are just as important. We've been around the block, so we've had the pleasure to work with all sorts of technologies and we know what works best, and have already done it before.

For Hosting:

More expensive, but faster, more dependable and extensible hosting.

For Security:

We protect our websites using 2048 bit SSL certificates.

For Credit Card Processing:

We always recommend Authorize.net for CC transactions. Supports more, and always works.

For Development

We only use industry standard programming languages and databases so that our code is as flexible and adaptable as possible.


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