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It's not just programming, it's not just developing, it's also analysing the client's needs, creating a unique design and user experience (UX). That's why at Occam Agencia Digital we work hand in hand, because we want to offer you the best web application development in Madrid. But what are web applications, what are they for, and what if you need one and still don't know?

Let's find out.

what is a web application?

The development of web applications in Madrid has become a service increasingly consumed by companies in Spain. Not only does it allow you to have an application accessible for any browser and device, but it does not require downloading, as is the case with mobile Apps. It could be said that web applications are a version of web pages optimised by a specialist development team.

Among its main features are:

  • Accessibility from any browser and device with a single development.
  • They are part of the search results of Google and other search engines.
  • Theydo not require downloading, so they save space and are hosted on a server.

Let us talk about apps as the great revolution, from a moral point of view, and about computing running on smartphones, tablets and other devices, from an ethical point of view.

Now that you know what this service consists of, let's show you what types of web applications we can do for you.

what things should you take into account when developing your web application?

First of all, the idea. It may be the company itself who designed the solution in its own mind, or it may go to a consultancy with experts in custom development. In any case, there is an idea from which the whole process is developed. And it may be born from a need, such as the organisation and management of a company's accounting.

Then, you need to know the market, analyse it and think about your direct competition. What does it offer? How does it solve these problems? What are its strengths and weaknesses? And from there, analyse how your application would influence, who is going to access the system, etc.

In short, we meet with the client to find out what they need and to understand the keys to the project. To do this, we require a briefing. And we plan. We lay all the foundations of the work and meet to explain how it will be done. We design, do usability tests and everything the App needs to be ready. The graphics and prototypes are also included in this phase. We develop and implement all the functionalities. We launch the project on the company's server and monitor it with analytics. And of course, we pamper its maintenance so that the application does not fall behind. Technical support is essential.

the result? Your idea materialised, better user experience, simplicity and growth. 20 years ago, almost certainly, nobody would have asked themselves whether or not they needed an application for their company. Now, the opposite is true, as it has become one more approach to business ideas. Especially if you want to keep up with the users, improve communication, modernise, improve your services and commercial actions of the business.

5 types of web applications

Every project starts with an idea. It is the basis of everything you do in your life, that which allows you to walk on safe ground and leave improvisation aside. What human beings like most is to imagine, dream and idealise what it would be like. At Occam, we do everything we can to make it happen.

Take note of the main types of web applications:

  1. Static web application. It does not usually change much throughout its life, hence its name, and provides little information. HTML and CSS are the main tools used in its development, although moving elements can also appear, such as GIFs, videos or banners. A portfolio could be the ideal example of a static web application.
  2. Dynamic web application: If we talk about the technique, it is much more complex than the previous application. The contents are usually updated more frequently and use databases to load all the information. That is why they usually have a CMS or administrator panel to manage the changes.
  3. Online shop or eCommerce. The development changes, since an online shop requires the presence of payment gateways or other electronic payment systems.
  4. Web application with content management system (CMS): these are pages where the content is constantly updated, such as a blog. WordPress, Joomla or the HubSpot platform are good examples of content management systems.
  5. Web Portal App: In this type of application, the main page gives way to other categories or sections, such as search engines, chats or forums.

In short, we offer you a web application development in Madrid perfectly adapted to your needs.

Development of custom APIs to integrate with other systems, backoffice development to digitise and automate processes, custom web development, web development with HubSpot CMS for clients who need a comprehensive Inbound Marketing development service and integrations with HubSpot CRM.

Occam, web application development agency in Madrid, we are waiting for you!

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