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There are five main phases of web application development process:
Defining Requirements
Design
Implementation
Test
Release

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  • 1.  A computer software application that is hosted in a browser controlled environment.  Any application that uses web browser as a client.  Google document and spreadsheet is a fine example of web application
  • 2.  Web application development process are procedures and standards of developing a web application  Web application development process has defined stages or phases  Development process follows a certain sequence
  • 3. Defining Requirements •Scope •Needs Design Implementation •Application Map •Database •Database •HTML •Page Structure •CSS •Server-side Language •Server-side language •JS Framework •JavaScript Test •Test Code •Fix Bugs •Final Validation Release
  • 4.  There are five main phases of web application development process: › Defining Requirements › Design › Implementation › Test › Release
  • 5.  Scope: It is a step which describes what exactly your web application will do. › E.g. Describing features of your web application  Needs: This step describes the technical requirements for the web application › E.g. Choosing server side language (php, ASP, ColdFusion)
  • 6.  This phase of the process is used to design the application with clear project.  This phase involves following steps:  Application Map: This step defines the structure of your application. ›  Database: This step is used to design the database of the application ›  E.g. Sitemap E.g. Designing a database using a entities-relationships (ER) model. Page Structure: Designing a structure of the web application › E.g. Wireframe  Server-side Language: This steps defines your objects of the application  JS Framework features: This steps helps to choose JavaScript framework › E.g. jQuery, Scriptaculous, MooTools
  • 7.  This phase is the most important phase of web application development process where application idea comes in to realization.
  • 8.  This steps involves following steps:  Database: This step is all about writing SQL code and creating tables, attributes and relationships.  HTML: This step helps to create html code for the web application  CSS: CSS helps to put some style in to your web application  Server-side Language: This step defines application class, Database interactions and anything which needs server side interaction  JavaScript: Implementing features like drag and drop and animation through the framework of choice (For details see Design)
  • 9.  This phase is all about testing your application in different conditions.  E.g. running application in different browsers (Firefox, Chrome, IE)  Test Code: This step is used to test code and find any errors in the application  Fix Bugs: This step helps to eradicate any errors in the web application  Final Validation: It is the optimum level of testing
  • 10.  This phase is all about releasing your web application to the internet. › E.g. Launching a web based game through a particular website. › Farmville a web based game launched on Facebook.
  • 11.  Michal Blumenstyk. (2013). “Web Application Development - Bridging the Gap between QA and Development.” http://www.stickyminds.com/sitewide.asp?F unction=edetail&ObjectType=ART&ObjectI d=3658  Caesar Fernandes. (2013). “Web Application Development: A Guide to Success.” http://www.sitepoint.com/developmentguide-success/
  • 12. Presentation Created By Cygnis Media