Web App Development
Web App Development Services
With 15+ years of experience, we specialize in developing backend systems using microservices-based architecture. We factor in the aspects of multi-tenancy, scalability, self-service/automation, third-party integration, reporting, and business metrics. By evaluating these factors, we aim to deliver flawless functional apps, top-class tech stack, including the best programming language for web application development software.
Our brandtenders mix a potent combination of brand strategy with a generous splash of creative juices and blend in the latest trends in Website UX and UI design and programming as a chaser. Since 2003, SerSart has designed and built over 600 Websites from e-commerce, b2c, b2b, non-profit, to social networks. We even create custom web applications.
the process of creating a custom web application
When you sign on with SerSart custom web application development services, you’re signing on with professionals who know how to deliver what you need. Our process may seem drawn-out, but we leave no rock unturned when it comes to meeting the demands of your business through our custom web applications.
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we love to listen to your requirements
If you have a design project you would like us to quote, please send us a message outlining your ideas. If we are able to take on your project, we will be in touch with details and any additional questions we may have in order to provide an accurate quote for your project.
Web App Development faq
Most frequent questions and answers
Every time you ‘do’ something online, you have used a web application. Be it online shopping, online banking, or web-mail. Web apps are essentially an application software that is stored on a remote server provided by a third-party and can be used directly from your browser, without having to download anything.
Web application development is the process of using client-side and server-side programming to develop an application accessible over a web browser. Developers begin with ideating a web application based on finding a solution to a specific problem, and move on to design the app, choose the right framework to develop the web app, test it and finally deploy it.
Yes, you’re right for asking that question. It is the first doubt that comes to mind and rightly so. The lines between a website and a web app are rather blurred.
Here’s the real difference. A website can be a static page that only gives out information and may or may not have an input dependability.
A web app on the other hand is a dynamic web application that responds to user input and allows users to perform certain tasks over the internet.
So in short, any website that has client-side component that allows users to perform a task can be called a web app.
Web apps are designed to perform specific tasks that help user solve a problem. Websites can exist merely to provide information.
Web apps can essentially be used over a browser on any device, be it a desktop or a mobile. So the real question here is – mobile web apps vs native mobile apps.
Native apps are platform specific applications build separately for Android or iOS devices. They need to be downloaded from an app store and stored on your device. While they offer a highly personalized experience, they are expensive to build, take up space on a device and are tied to that device.
Web apps on the other hand can be easily used on any device as they are accessed on a browser. They don’t take up device storage and most importantly, building a web app is more cost effective and viable.
You will be assigned a dedicated project manager, who will be your primary point of contact throughout the development process.
Yes, you will set up GitHub or another code account and give us access to develop under your account. So there is true transparency on all the code writing and updates.
We are certified cloud specialists on AWS: Amazon Web Services and we will guide and direct you on the best solution for your project.
Yes, we offer the option to engage us on an ad-hoc basis for support, or have monthly retainer options should you require a more consistent and reliable level of service.
Ad-hoc support can work for projects that need minimal support, as to avoid the need for fixed ongoing monthly costs. However, this can be at the expense of responsiveness, as requests are scheduled based on when our resource is available.
Most of our clients choose to have at least a small monthly support retainer to get the best responsiveness as dedicated time is scheduled months in advance. If you have a highly technical project with us, then we would recommend opting for a monthly support retainer to cover small ad-hoc changes, improvements, updates and support.
We base our retainer pricing on the amount of development and support hours you need each month. The number of hours that you need depends on many factors such as the size of your project, or the number of new features you are likely to need each month that you’d like to be covered by your retainer arrangement. It’s important to us that you get value-for-money so we’d recommend putting together a nice-to-have list so that your allocation is used each month on value-adding improvements.
Should you have ongoing project requirements beyond the launch of the first version of your website or app, then you may want to consider taking an AGILE approach to your project and have an ongoing retainer arrangement with us that allows us to build, test and deploy larger new features every month. Under this agreement, we would have a retainer allowance which pays for enough time to develop significant new features. At the start of each month, we would agree on the work that is going to form part of the next sprint (i.e. the next 2-4 weeks) and would deliver the work at the end of that period.
Yes, in fact, we highly recommend that you begin by launching the simplest possible version of your vision first and continue to adapt it over time. This staged approach is called launching a “minimum viable product” (MVP).
The idea behind launching an MVP is that you’ve inevitably made assumptions, and you can’t test these assumptions until you release something to the world. By releasing a lean first version, you can test your assumptions and use this information to decide on the priorities of future requirements. It reduces engineering waste.
We have some options around making future changes to your app or website.
You can either commission us to update your app or website on a project-by-project basis, whereby we specify, quote, schedule and finally deliver a fixed set of requirements as-and-when you need them. Or, we can take an AGILE approach whereby we schedule in a certain amount of developer time each month to constantly improve things for you. Both approaches have merit, and it’s likely that you will know instinctively reading this as to which is right for you.
Yes, we will need your support with testing the project, please.
We have processes for testing and quality assurance, but the way that we think and use your app, is different to how you will. You defined the project, and you know what you want better than anyone, so you’ll probably use and interact with what we’ve built in ways that we couldn’t have predicted.
Even if everything works 100% perfectly when we hand it over to you, you will need to check that everything works as expected to sign-off on the work with confidence that we’ve delivered the project to meet your specification.
Testing and achieving sign-off will require some time investment at the end of a project, and potentially at intervals across the life of the project too – So make sure that you set aside some time in your diary for when it’s needed.