System Analysis

We start with a meticulous system analysis of the web application. Identify the requirements and the limitations within which the web application will operate, develop and evolve. System analysis ensures the users' expectation and also ensures the delivery of a quality web application. This is the most important step for a web application and most developers either fail in this step or ignore this step for a grand mess up later.

Design and Usability

Once we have a system analysis blueprint we start with the application design keeping the usability in mind. This primarily includes the entire application process flow, data flow and security checkpoints. Here we also plan the user interfaces and the user interaction points as they would happen on different devices like desktops, laptops, mobiles and tablets.


We build only what is absolutely necessary in a defined optimized way. Our goal is to always have the web application present a simple way to solve a complex problem or process. This ensures the efficiency of the web application. Simple applications let users concentrate on their task instead of how to use the application. While this is an art by itself, it depends on the web developer's skill to stay minimalistic and yet provide a solution to a complex process.


This is a no brainer. Nobody likes a slow application. And what would that speed depend on? It depends on how good the system analysis was done, how optimized the user screens are and how optimized everything else is. Then of course we ensure the web application runs from a good web host with enough resources and scalability in future. While we are not going into other technical details like caching, speed is a vital quality point for us when we develop a web application.

Mobile First

The "mobile first" technique for a web application is a content-centered approach. This is a reverse approach where the design is scaled up for bigger screens instead of scaling down to smaller screens. In some cases we take this approach where we understand that the most users will come from mobile devices. In this approach we start the design for the mobile devices first and work towards the desktop version as the project evolves.


When we develop a web application we take the best practices to defend the application against malicious cyber-attacks such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting or other potential threats. We also ensure that the web application is hosted with a web host with a Anti-DDOS (Distributed denial of service) feature. Ensuring the security of a web application depends on the sound knowledge of the developer and powerful security test audits before deploying the web application.


We follow either a four tier deployment model (Development, testing, staging and production) or a continuous integration as the application demands for deployment. Sometimes we use a mix of both approaches. In the end it all depends how the application will be maintained or updated in future after the initial launch.


The scalability of the web application is its ability to handle a continuously growing number of users without compromising on the performance and speed of the web application. We always build an application with the scalability in mind so that under heavy usage or userload, the server does not crash. Scalability is tied closely to design and efficiency of web application. A poorly designed web application will fail when scaled and vice versa. This involves proper memory and CPU utilization, proper network input/output and disk input/output management.

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