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Website development is one of the ways to ensure the success of your business by informing people of products and services your business offers, getting to know your (possible) customers better, and understanding how to improve your product and service further. Website or web development services include building, creating, and maintaining websites. It includes aspects such as web design, web publishing, web programming, web content creation, and database management. And you certainly want to choose a top website development company and UI design consultant.

Web development is diverse & ever-changing field and always evolving field. New developments technologies and tools come up consistently, because of which application software engineers and designers need to confront the problem.

Front End Development

Front-end web development, also known as client-side development is the practice of producing HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, Redux, Bootstrap, Material UI, Angular JS and etc. for a website or Web Application so that a user can see and interact with them directly. The challenge associated with front end development is that the tools and techniques used to create the front end of a website change constantly and so the developer needs to constantly be aware of how the field is developing.

The objective of designing a site is to ensure that when the users open up the site, they see the information in a format that is easy to read and relevant. This is further complicated by the fact that users now use a large variety of devices with varying screen sizes and resolutions thus forcing the designer to take into consideration these aspects when designing the site. They need to ensure that their site comes up correctly in different browsers (cross-browser), different operating systems (cross-platform) and different devices (cross-device), which requires careful planning on the side of the developer.

Back End Development

 

Back-end Development refers to the server-side development. It focuses on databases, scripting, website architecture. It contains behind-the-scene activities that occur when performing any action on a website. It can be an account login or making a purchase from an online store. Code written by back-end developers helps browsers to communicate with database information.

Back-end Development alludes to the worker side of development where you are basically cantered around how the site functions. Making updates and changes as well as observing usefulness of the site will be your essential obligation. This sort of web development ordinarily comprises of three sections: a worker, an application, and database. Code composed by back-end engineers is the thing that conveys the data set data to the program. Anything you can’t see effectively with the eye, for example, databases and workers is crafted by a back-end engineer. Back-end designer positions are frequently called software engineers or web engineers.

Backend programming can either be object-oriented (OOP) or functional. The former is the technique that focuses on the creation of objects. With object-oriented programming, statements should be executed in a particular order. Popular OOP languages are Java, .NET, and Python. The latter is a technique that is more “action”-based. Functional programming uses declarative language, which means that statements can be executed in any order. It’s commonly used for data science, and popular languages are SQL, F#, and R. Languages can either be statically typed or dynamically typed.

Web API

Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are constructs made available in programming languages to allow developers to create complex functionality more easily. They abstract more complex code away from you, providing some easier syntax to use in its place. APIs were largely associated with computer operating systems and desktop applications. In recent years though, we have seen the emergence of Web APIs.

Web APIs allow developers to build web pages and web-based applications using data from multiple online sources. Although there are Web APIs available for many different types of industries, some of the most popular and widely used ones are in the categories of social networking, mapping, shopping and music.

Many API providers offer both XML and JSON data formats. However, JSON has become so popular among web developers to the point that some providers offer the JSON data format exclusively.

Function of Web API

  • APIs for manipulating documents loaded into the browser. The most obvious example is the DOM (Document Object Model) API, which allows you to manipulate HTML and CSS — creating, removing and changing HTML, dynamically applying new styles to your page, etc. Every time you see a popup window appear on a page or some new content displayed, for example, that’s the DOM in action. Find out more about these types of API in Manipulating documents.
  • APIs that fetch data from the server to update small sections of a webpage on their own are very commonly used. This seemingly small detail has had a huge impact on the performance and behavior of sites — if you just need to update a stock listing or list of available new stories, doing it instantly without having to reload the whole entire page from the server can make the site or app feel much more responsive and “snappy”. APIs that make this possible include XMLHttpRequest and the Fetch API. You may also come across the term Ajax, which describes this technique. Find out more about such APIs in Fetching data from the server.
  • APIs for drawing and manipulating graphics are now widely supported in browsers — the most popular ones are Canvas and WebGL, which allow you to programmatically update the pixel data contained in an HTML element to create 2D and 3D scenes. For example, you might draw shapes such as rectangles or circles, import an image onto the canvas, and apply a filter to it such as sepia or grayscale using the Canvas API, or create a complex 3D scene with lighting and textures using WebGL. Such APIs are often combined with APIs for creating animation loops (such as window.requestAnimationFrame()) and others to make constantly updating scenes like cartoons and games.
  • Audio and Video APIs like HTMLMediaElement, the Web Audio API, and WebRTC allow you to do really interesting things with multimedia such as creating custom UI controls for playing audio and video, displaying text tracks like captions and subtitles along with your videos, grabbing video from your web camera to be manipulated via a canvas (see above) or displayed on someone else’s computer in a web conference, or adding effects to audio tracks (such as gain, distortion, panning, etc).
  • Device APIs are basically APIs for manipulating and retrieving data from modern device hardware in a way that is useful for web apps. Examples include telling the user that a useful update is available on a web app via system notifications (see the Notifications API) or vibration hardware (see the Vibration API).
  • Client-side storage APIs are becoming a lot more widespread in web browsers — the ability to store data on the client-side is very useful if you want to create an app that will save its state between page loads, and perhaps even work when the device is offline. There are a number of options available, e.g. simple name/value storage with the Web Storage API, and more complex tabular data storage with the IndexedDB API.

Benefits of Web API

  • Web Developers: Web APIs allow advanced functionality and features to be integrated into the websites that they create. There is also greater customization and flexibility with Web APIs than standard “copy and paste” widgets.
  • End Users: A good Web API can help increase the usefulness of a website and make the site interactive and more enjoyable.
  • API Providers: A well-built API that is widely used by the web development community can be a powerful marketing tool because it can:

Help build brand loyalty

Increase interest in the company’s products and services

Increase website traffic

Provide useful tools to consumers

Convey company messaging.

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