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The Higest Quality, Innovative Websites using Microsoft tools such as ASP.Net MVC, Visual Studio
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Businesss to Business

  • ASP.Net MVC
  • CSS & Master Pages
  • Bootstrap & Angular
  • OWIN Authentication
  • Mobile & Desktop Pages

  • Team Collaboration
  • Kanban & Scrum Dashboards
  • User Story Backlog
  • Work Items and Tasks
  • Agile, MSF, and Waterfall

  • Source Control
  • Dev, UAT, Prod Integration
  • Branch and Merge
  • Code Version Tracking
  • Responsive Design

WebApp Features

WebApp Design Features
  • Responsive Design
  • Custom CSS Style Sheets
  • Navigation, Menus, Buttons, & Forms
  • Font Management
  • Multi-Media Driven
  • Branding, Themes, Logos, Diagrams, Figures
  • Social Media Publishing
WebApp Architecture Features
  • User Profile Management
  • Social Media Login
  • Web Page Routing
  • Product Catalog Management
  • eCommerce Shopping Carts | PayPal
  • Email Collection and Harvesting
  • Search Engine Optimization
WebApp Presentation Features
  • Desktop and Mobile Views (Pages)
  • JavaScript Carousels, Sliders, & Accordions
  • Alerting and Validation
  • Layout (Master Page) Designs
  • Newsletters, User Forums, Coupons
  • FavIcon for Shared Views (Pages)
  • About and Contact Pages with Email Services
  • Bing Map Pin Points and Interactive GPS

Why Develop a WebApp?

In the arena of website development, including mobile, there are 3 types of development styles. These 3 styles are as follows:

  • Native Application
  • Hybrid Applications
  • Web Applications
A native application can only function in its native environment. A hybrid can attempt to bridge between a native and web applications, but there a limitations to hybrid technologies.

The real winner in terms of cross platform compatibility, is web applications. This cross platform compatibility allows for a smaller code footprint because one set of code can server all different platforms and devices. (Android, iPhone, Windows, iMac, Tablets, Kindle).

On the other side of the diagram shown, Native Applications (Android, iPhone, Windows, iMac, Tablets, Kindle) require separate code to serve each platform and device.

Cross-Platform Comparison