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Create an Application, Online Shop, or Website... It's as Easy as 1, 2, 3

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An Application, Online Shop, or Website is a computer program or system designed to carry out a specific task other than one relating to the operation of the computer itself, typically to be used by end-users. Word processors, media players, accounting software, web applications, marketplaces, social media networks, etc... are examples of applications that can be run on Web, Mobile, and Cloud platforms.

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Create an Application, Online Shop, or Website... It's as Easy as 1, 2, 3

Getting Started with Application Development is as Easy as 1, 2, 3... We have done all of the research and have compiled a list of application development programming languages and tools that we have tested to help you on your journey to developing scalable web applications, websites or eCommerce shops. For those of you who are new to application development and would prefer to have an application or website project started on your behalf, please see our FAQs page. If you are a beginner but could use a little help, you can continue reading. For all of our experts, please feel free to skip over this information and find a suitable tutorial or article by clicking the navigational buttons on this page to begin.

Build mobile-ready enterprise web applications from the ground up using Oracle's Application Development Framework (ADF) and Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP.NET). Setup localhost and cpanel environments to facilitate the development of static, data-driven, and mobile-responsive websites with Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP). Benefit from tons of web development documentation that we have available as eBooks. We wrote the eBooks in a Journal Entry format to give the reader a sense of inclusion; an inside look of all the steps taken to create each web application from scratch.

Web Application Development involves more than one programming language. An enterprise web application such as ASP.NET can be paired with CSharp as the programming language work-horse that plugs into the ASP.NET design source. Additionally, an ASP.NET application might include a bit of JavaScript coding, or even jQuery, to aid with User Interface (UI) or client-side interactions, such as web form input validation. On top of that, HTML5 (Hypertext Markup Language) is widely used in the UI design to introducce a pleasing user experience with the ASP.NET front-end.

Likewise, enterprise applications in ADF not only use JavaScript or jQuery for client-side user interactions, they also take advantage of a proven server-side development framework to leverage the power of UI components, thereby simplifying the application development process. One such framework is JavaServer Faces (JSF), combined with Java, JSF brings ADF application development to a more robust level. JSF is a component-based framework for building UIs, as it dives deeper into the server-side of the ADF application to provide functionality to the front-end. For additional information on obtaining and downloading the tools to begin your application development journey, go to our How-To page.

All in all, if web application development is in your blood, whether it be enterprise web applicactions in ADF/JSF, ASP.NET, or data-driven websites built in PHP with HTML5 and jQuery, you have come to the right place. We hope that you find the information included here fruitful and applicable to your needs. For additional support or questions that you may have before getting started, please visit our FAQ page.

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Download in computer networks, means to receive data from a remote system, typically a server, such as a web server, an FTP server, an email server, or other similar systems. This contrasts with uploading, where data is sent to a remote server. A download is a file offered for downloading or that has been downloaded, or the process of receiving such a file.

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Green Coding Habits

Make your work count, add comments and instructions to your code, thoroughly test your samples before submission (mention what may still need additional testing), try not to be a litter bug in your community or forum, help save time and effort. Be Green! After all, what is the purpose of your submission if it cannot be used or comprehended. Might be a good idea to also mention, or at least give credits to works being used in your submissions.