Web Software Services

Web Software Services

What is Web Software?

Web software is a type of software used by internet users, which runs on servers with certain features, analysed by users on WWW (World Wide Web) in HTML or similar formats, and published through internet browsers such as Google Chrome, Yandex, Mozilla, Opera, nd Edge.

What Are the Web Software Types?

Dozens of different software languages can be used in the web software process. However, such software can basically be divided into two categories as Server Side and Client Side. The main difference between the two is the process through which the relevant software language is defined by browsers. On the one hand, there are languages that work on the server side, communicate with the database and make the site dynamic and on the other hand, there are languages on the client side, which ensure that the work we do and the web graphic design are understood by through browsers. At the end of the day, both parts communicate with HTTP, making the written codes readable.

If we examine these terms on the theoretical grounds,

  • Server: The party that runs the requested pages.
  • Client: It is the party that requests the pages in the website and presents them to the user. This work is mostly performed by web browsers.
  • User: Any person who browses the Internet, watches videos, searches for information, listens to music, and searches for images.

Server-Side Web Software

Server-Side software languages are a general name given to all applications run by the server. These are also called back-end software languages. Server-side software languages send the requests of the client for the dynamically created contents of a website. Many websites use these software languages to bring the data stored in a dynamic database to the client side. To give an example of this process, the browser, which is the client, sends a request to the serves when logging in to a website with a user name and password, and in line with this request, it is ensured to log in to the website by matching user information in the database. As another example, the contents of a website are arranged through an established management panel. This arrangement is processed into the database to ensure that the content is displayed on the client side. Basically, it can be defined as the reflection of the changes, additions and edits made on the website to the user side through certain software languages within the written infrastructure.

Server-Side Web Software Languages

The purpose of the development of this type of software languages is to add different and various features to websites prepared in HTML software language. However, server side web software languages have distinctive features in line with actual demands, needs and purposes with the development of technology. These purposes can be,

  • Receiving user comments,
  • Creating a member system,
  • Making sales via e-commerce,
  • Finding and adding a location,
  • Presenting product or service visuals,
  • Making online banking transactions,
  • Enabling the use of a search engine,
  • Offering product search modules for the site,
  • Filtering products,
  • Offering slider modules,
  • Creating contact form infrastructures,
  • Presenting news and blog systems.

Various other purposes can be mentioned. Server side software languages include but not limited to PHP, .NET, ASP, Java, Java Server Page, Perl, Python, Node.js, and Ruby on Rails.

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Client-Side Web Software Languages

Client-Side, or Front-End, software languages bring together the requests coming from the server and database with the website users and ensure that the website has a certain graphic and hierarchical order. They can also be described as software languages that regulate the stage in which the user interacts with the website and starts using it. At this stage, the graphic work that emerges in the web design process also comes into play. They manage the front end process where the user clicks on the buttons, sees the images, reads the content, and comments on the areas where they meet a certain order and standards. At this stage, UI and UX processes are very important for the correct management of this process.
As important as it is that the data is delivered quickly, accurately and securely through back-end based software, the presentation of this data, which is processed by the front-end and presented to the user, is just as important.
Examples of Front-End software languages include HTML, CSS, Java Script, Ajax, and Jquery.

As important as it is that the data is delivered quickly, accurately and securely through back-end based software, the presentation of this data, which is processed by the front-end and presented to the user, is just as important.

Examples of Front-End software languages include HTML, CSS, Java Script, Ajax, and Jquery.

Points to Consider in Web Software

In the web software development process, many steps should be taken into consideration and regarded, including the following:

  • Having a fast and flexible structure,
  • Being updatable,
  • Being safe,
  • Being generally accepted,
  • Offering sufficient amount of research resources,
  • Offering a rich library,
  • Preferably having an open source code structure,
  • Being easy to understand
  • Having an infrastructure that supports search engine optimization.

Stages of Website Construction

KREABAZ Digital Advertising Agency, which has developed dozens of successful website projects, carried out website design and software processes with the following basic steps.

Meetings are held between the client and the agency in line with the design and coding demands upon the start of the project.

  • The basic site map is decided based on the information received.
  • Competitors around the world and across the country are analysed for their advantageous and disadvantageous features.
  • Documents to be received from the client are provided.
  • The design language is decided based on the sector analysis, target group and client demands.
  • The right software infrastructures are decided for the project simultaneously with the design process, and the software development stage begins.
  • Client confirmation is obtained when the web design draft stage is reached, and the design development works are continued.
  • With the completion of the web graphic design process, the front-end coding process begins.
  • Meetings are held with the client based on the live demo website. Necessary revisions are made through the feedback received at these meetings.
  • Basic search engine optimization studies are carried out within the coding process.
  • When the website is put into live operation, analysis tools such as Google Analytics, Search Console, Tag Manager, Yandex Metrika are integrated into the website.
  • GT Metrix analysis continues and the necessary optimizations are made during the website construction process.
  • Upon the successful completion of the processes, the project is delivered to the client.
  • Based on the contract, the website training and maintenance process begins.

As KREABAZ Digital Advertising Agency, we never leave our clients alone. In this context, we walk arm in arm with our clients in the post-project technical support, error correction, new requests, and improvement stages.