Web Application Development Services
A framework in context of software development is a set of prewritten code or libraries which provide functionality common to a whole class of applications. The framework can be seen as a base or a skeleton to build upon. In relation to libraries a framework gives a broader span of functionalities. Libraries are often more focused on solving a narrow scope. Typically a framework provides a predefined structure for the application. The purpose of using a framework is basically to speed up development by not having to rewrite features and structure that are commonly used in most web applications. Instead of inventing the wheel over and over again the developer has many wheels that are already tested and working properly.
The following are benefits business gets by web application framework development:
- Reuse of working code that has already been built, tested, and used by other developers increases reliability and reduces developing time. Time is major cost in software development and by decreasing time one can cut costs.
- Get (free) help from others. By letting others (the framework) take care of common issues, like security, internalization, localization, etc., one will get (free) "outsourcing" from skilled developers.
- A framework can help the developer to use a specific architecture or design pattern, often Model-View-Control (MVC), and general best practices. This will make it easier for incoming developer to understand the code and quicker start working with it.
- Framework can support "high level" of programming, by code modularity. Basic tasks, like login and database handling, can be in the framework and separated in another layers is business logic.
- By upgrading one's framework it might give extra features without extra implementation.
- It helps new inexperienced developers to easier adopt design patterns and understand the thinking behind following a design pattern.
The following were the platform we provide to develop the web application/frameworks such as: