WebSite Develop

When the estimated time for web app development is calculated, numerous things are to be considered such as features, functionalities, the experience of the developers, complexity, development platform, time taken in testing, etc. If you are planning to get a basic web app developed then it takes approximately, 16-18 weeks, but again it depends on your specifications and the complexity of the web app.

To get more details on the time estimation for your web app’s development, then our experts are here to guide you.

There are a variety of factors that affect the final cost of developing a web app with the web app development services. Some of the major matrices that decide the web app cost are,

•   Selection of the web app development platform

•   Type, nature, and category of the web app to be developed

•   The complexity of the web app

•   Number and type of features to be included in the web app

•   The expertise and experience of the developers working on the development of your product

If you need a detailed and precise cost of developing a specific digital product, then do contact us, our experts will provide you with a quote.

Whenever you outsource web app development, you open your gates for numerous benefits, some of the major ones are enlisted here,

•   Reduced cost of development

•   Get experienced developers for your web app development

•   Working flexibly according to your time zone

•   Latest infrastructure and state-of-the-art technology access

•   Assured quality and security

We select the web application development technologies depending on the type of web applications, features required, etc. Also, the various technologies are bifurcated as,

•   JavaScript
•   Ajax
•   jQuery
•   PHP
•   Zend Framework
•   Ruby on Rails
•   Perl
•   Python
•   Angular
•   Yii
•   Django
•   Laravel
•   Node.js
•   Ionic
•   Phonegap/Cordova
•   Bootstrap
•   WordPress
•   Drupal
•   .NET
•   Backbone.js
•   jQuery
•   Underscore
•   MongoDB
•   PostgreSQL
•   MySQL
•   Oracle
•   SQL Server

Our typical UI Design process consists of the following steps,

1.   App Design Questionnaire Filling
Here, Netixe will send a document to the client, to get insights on the following items

•   Colour preference

•   Theme Selection (High tech, Warm, Flashy, Traditional, formal, cutting edge, Friendly, Contemporary)

•   Brand Positioning (Logo)

•   Any Specific UI Suggestion

•   Any other element selection like buttons, font typeset

2.   Design Mock-up 3-4 Screens (For Theme Confirmation)

3.   Review & Approval Process with the client

4.   Design creation for the entire app

•   It can include multiple iterations based on the defined flow

•   PSD / AI files will be generated

5.   After everything is finalized. we go ahead on design

The cost of UX/UI Design varies depending upon your requirements and specifications. The general factors on which the cost of UX/UI Design is dependent are,

•   Number of screens to be designed

•   Product type and category

•   Features and specifications

•   Design complexity

•   Need for animation and other elements

There is a huge difference between native apps and web apps. Both of them are entirely different and developed with different technologies. Native apps are developed especially for a platform and are compatible solely with that single platform or mobile operating system. Native apps may or may not require an internet connection depending upon the type of application and its features.

Web applications run directly on the browser and are compatible with all the platforms and mobile operating systems. The only pre-requisite for web apps is a stable mobile internet connection or wi-fi connection for the app to work. With a single codebase, web apps are easy to maintain and update regularly.

Web applications can be categorized based on features and content. The major ones are,

•   Static web apps: These web apps display limited content and lack flexibility. Changes need to be incorporated by downloading webmaster, editing it, and then hosting it again.

•   Dynamic web apps: These apps allow admins to make changes dynamically with a content management system. Apart from this multiple features can be implemented as well.

•   Animated web apps: To make the content look more engaging, and create, these apps allow animated effects with Flash technology.

•   Portal web apps: These apps are basically used for tracking user activities on various websites with interactive tools.

•   E-commerce web apps: These apps are similar to any e-commerce or m-commerce website allowing admin to add, edit, delete or update entries.

•   CMS web apps: These apps are more used for blogs, articles, etc. where the content is updated more frequently, and mostly they are managed using WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla.