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Web development nowadays is in huge demand. Increasing building-up in technology and gadgets decreases a lot of effort and hardworking. Web Development is the work involved in developing sites for the internet using various tools, ranging from simple websites to complex websites.

With the advancement in technology, web development, and mobile app development have changed enormously in past few years. The whole development model has changed. A few years ago, we had limitations on client-side processing power. So we set up high-end servers, produced most of the HTML content on the server side, and sent it to the client. We kept all the logic, MVC architecture, and dynamic HTML page generation on the server side. On the client side, we just used JavaScript to validate the user’s inputs.

the number of website creations from the year 2000 to 2017, as it shows it keeps on increasing with new ideas and innovation of every site like YouTube, Paytm, Instagram, Google e.t.c is the most used website and app nowadays.

Features of web development: –

  • Clear and user-friendly navigation
  • Offers fresh content
  • Filled with new ideas
  • Unique from others
  • Secured
  • Information accessible

Traditional Web Design

From the very beginning, marketers and business owners took an approach to website design that was much like any other physical asset their company may have. They considered a website to be something you can build, set, and forget. For a long time, this concept worked well, with companies undergoing a design cycle every few years, resulting in a completely new website each time.

How did these processes work? Well, the strategy was often set by business interests. And by the term “business interests,” I mean in many cases a whim by one or two people at a particular company. Early web design projects were often guided by a level of entrepreneurial ego. Not always, but often. The strategy employed was somewhat based on vanity: to look better than the other guy (i.e., the competition) and produce an experience that showed the company’s level of maturity or some other artistic “vibe” management wanted to express.

These projects were often large in scale – almost always, they were complete redesigns or total rebuilds. As such, they were expensive, long lifecycle efforts that frequently put a bad taste in the mouth of the people who were in charge of getting them off the ground.

Companies were notoriously bad at hiring agencies or designers/developers to work on these projects. Procurement was a disaster, and often it came down to a shoddy RFP process, resulting in the lowest bidder taking home a project rather than the client properly considering capabilities or the agency’s creativity.

These factors led to the traditional “once and done” approach, where customers completed their project, pushed it live, and let it sit and age over time. We’ve all done it..! I was guilty of the same thing with our own website. It was comfortable to sit back, let it go, and do its thing.

Modern Web Design

Things changed over the years. The processing power of the client increased rapidly. At the same time, new web technologies and frameworks were released in the market. In other words, web development started to change. The features that were provided by server-side programming languages like ASP and JSP are now offered by powerful client-side frameworks like AngularJS, Backbone, Underscore, Ember, etc. Everything from the server moved to the client side. Now we have many JavaScript files with more than 1000 lines of code to achieve all this on the client side. Processing shifted from server to client.

In Modern web development architecture, Restful APIs lies on a server that sends data to the client upon request and client-side frameworks create dynamic pages on the fly without even page refresh. The same REST APIs also serve mobile apps. Client-side frameworks also provide other features too like 2-way data binding, master page layout, routing, and descriptive HTML.

Modern web development architecture allows us to process more requests per second than ever due to less load on the server. We can scale our application very quickly.

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