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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Hire a SharePoint Developer

1. Functionality: it is usually referred to as a collaboration and management tool for documents. An expert in SharePoint would extend the capabilities of the application and develop solutions providing the appropriate amount of functionality. When the business has a problem that SharePoint is not able to assist with, a developer can use their knowledge and skill by extending the process to encompass the required solutions. Tapping into advanced document management functionality would require customized document approval avenues like newsletters and email notifications.

2. Getting it right with SharePoint is crucial: unlike drop box, where one can create an account, download the application and continue on to the next process, SharePoint requires a long term strategy before incorporating documents. One needs to think about the information architecture, sub site architecture, security groups and the setups for permissions and access. There is also metadata configurations and site navigation. If this is ignored then the business’s SharePoint is going to quickly become a dumpster like the current file shares that most people have in their Google drives. As such, SharePoint needs a professional’s input when it comes to planning and maintenance.

3. Reduced costs for the business: SharePoint enables one to create a unique solution which helps to step out in front. The developers are able to leverage the features to make sure the company retains a creative edge. The latest features available from the platform are highly applicable within the business sector.

4. Return on investment is significant: the basis of any enterprise is to make profit and decrease the losses. When a company integrates SharePoint into the other enterprise applications like finance or supply chain, a web developer comes in by lowering development costs and increases the output.

5. You cannot keep up with the evolution of the software: As a technology, the platform does not sit still and is constantly evolving with new customization apps and applications. All of these need the expertise of a SharePoint developer for the purposes of maintenance and software updates.

Joomla Web Development

As one can easily point out the fact that CMS or otherwise known as Content management system has in the current scenario become the newest trend in web development services. Widely appointed all around the globe mainly because of the plethora of features that it possesses such as ease of use, feasibility and extensibility has made CMS a global phenomenon. Joomla web development in this scenario as a CMS has hit the web development world like a storm with its rich eye-popping visuals and customizable ambiance making possible the interaction with the users.

So if one were to make a simple statement about the reasons because of which one should be using Joomla. Well, the answer would be something in the lines of the following facts. First and foremost lay the fact that it is an open-source and user-friendly that makes it both cost and time effective. This CMS allows you to customize your website according to your desires. Employing PSD to Joomla development allows you to build up your website from square one. Adding to these Joomla provides you with various plug-ins that provide you a box full of functionalities in your website while at the same time aiding you in meeting the expectations of your clientele.

It is common knowledge that SEO nowadays is perhaps an ultimate necessity for businesses in the online world and here also Joomla is an ace up your sleeve as it is extremely SEO compatible makes your website become data traffic enhanced. This CMS is also one of the most stable platforms, backed by a community of developers who are ready to solve any and all your queries and provide customer support from their pro developers.

Using Custom Web Design

Planning

To make sure custom solutions are providing your company with the best solution, they always begin with a planning process. During the brain storming process, we usually arrive at ideas that were not thought of beforehand and that are beneficial to the company.

Custom fit

One of the best advantages is being able to customize your site and select its aesthetics to impress your target audience.

Unique

Since your website will be customized for your company, it will stand above competition and other websites. The best part of all, it is yours alone. There is no need to worry with competition having a similar template or linking back to other sites.

Professionalism

All of us have visited a website that looks relatively cheap, boring and has been used over and again. Seconds after visitors land on your website, they will make up their mind. A professional design will have a strong influence on the way viewers feel toward your company.

Branding

Most often than not, using another template for your brand will fail. Usually, the website is build based on your brand to be able to fit, and is this subtly used all through the site.

Control

There are templates that only let the user access a particular part of the site, but we can edit almost anything with a custom solution. This is important to consider especially when it comes to blog, navigation, side panels and sub pages, to name a few.

Longevity

You can make sure to get a longer lasting website with a custom solution. While it can be more complicated and more costly, you can be sure that it will last for many years. When done right, it will also be simpler to work on the upgrade in the future.

Growth

When you opt for a template, you are at its mercy. If it was not made with scaling in mind, and you thought about including eCommerce or social networking modules, then you might have to rebuild a large part of the template to fit those.

About Mobile App Development

Is the app good enough to break the whole clutter of mobile apps and make space for itself? Is it equipped with a special factor that’ll keep the audiences glued to it? These are some crucial questions that most of themobile app development agencies forget to ask their clients. A smart agency would always ensure that you have answers for these before you opt for mobile app creation for your business. The business of app marketing has come to a point where a new app is released every single day. To stand out, a brand must be clear about its USPs and how their app would reflect the same.

Hike, messaging app that went global and won the hearts worldwide is a classic example of a mobile app that made its space through unique propositions. Achieving large scale usage all over the world is something that every app wants to achieve.

Though people today are crushing over WhatsApp, Hike is till date a better option when it comes to connecting with friends and family overseas. Just go through the list of features Hike provides (and WhatsApp doesn’t) and you would get our point!

  • The concept of stickers was introduced by Hike and it still rules it
  • Sending messages to offline users is only available in Hike
  • An option to hide each conversation with the help of hidden mode, a feature still not available in WhatsApp
  • Presence of referral rewards
  • A theme for every conversation
  • Stories that remains surfaced for 48 hours (its 24 hours in WhatsApp)

With these unique features Hike has been able to maintain a global appeal. Like Hike, every company should think – what purposes it seeks to serve through an app, what are the pain areas of its target audience that an app would resolve, does that resolution come from an app necessarily or is there another route that is available. Once answers for these questions are clear, the company can opt for mobile app development for its business/services/products.

So now that you have decided to design a mobile app for your business, here are few things that must be kept in mind.

  • Decide the purpose of the app – is it for information, is it an extension of your service to the consumer; or a way to connect back to the organization?
  • Give mobile users a reason to continually open the app by providing timely, relevant information.
  • If you want the app to connect back to your business, figure out what connection that should be.
  • Set up tracking mechanisms to determine how to follow up with consumers.

Trends Shaping

Flash Is Obsolete

Leading browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla have both ceased to support the Flash plugin and this is “signal” enough to relegate Flash to obscurity. No more is it used frequently. Those who are yet to figure it out are definitely running way behind in the digital race.

Adobe is proactively discouraging webmasters from employing flash for their websites.

Compatibility with Mobile

This one needs to be mentioned without fail. Mobilegeddon remains the official stamp of authority as far as responsive websites are concerned. In 2016, digital gurus have gone on to suggest that there’s soon going to be a time when Mobile SEO as a term will cease to exist. The traffic earned from mobile devices has increased by leaps and bounds in recent years and that time is not far when Mobile SEO is not going to be differentiated from “conventional desktop SEO” but is rather going to assume the shape of conventional SEO itself. Terms like “Mobile web” and “Mobile SEO” will cease to have a separate identity. Mobile is going to be mainstream SEO and web.

The Importance of SSL Encryption is only going to grow

It has to do with financial transactions – mainly. If your website is directly dealing into financial transactions then you would definitely want to implement SSL certificate. SSL stands for “Secure Sockets Layer”. It is employed to encrypt the data between web server and the web browser of the visitor so that mischief makers are not able to decipher the encrypted data.

So… this is what you should take care of

Is the web development company hired by you aware of these trends? If not, you would definitely like to reconsider your decision of having them on board at the first place.

About Website Development Cost

It’s really just a website or a great website. A website just not needs a website it needs website with a clear, crisp, easy to navigate design, with superb usability and functionality. You need to be updating your website, whether you have a small business, large organization or a corporate brand.

  • Domain Name – It is minimum 1$ for new domains, some old domains are also available which may cost in the millions, you probably may use new one.
  • Hosting – There are commonly three types of hosting like dedicated, shared, free, it depends on your choice, generally its cost 30$ -500$ per year. It can add additional amount if you like a static IP address.
  • Custom Design/Information Architecture – This includes the visual design, UX design, imagery collection, and sitemap and page structure generation, it may vary.
  • Shopping Cart Integration & Programming – It depends on what functionality you want in your website, shopping cart, paid plugins, and custom feature development can cost extra.
  • Website Content Creation – 10$-50$ per page or hourly, you can write your website’s content yourself, or you can hire a content writing firms which generally costs 100$-1000$ or you can outsource it which generally charge at 10$-50$ her hour.
  • Project Management & Information Gathering – It needed to maintain a communications with you to build a great website, thus the price including initial consultations, phone calls, that needs to obtain the information which makes your website going well. So the price may vary.
  • Testing & Training – While there are most websites are built on CMS but there may be some training needed to operate your website’s functionalities as well as ensuring the proper working a website. It’s costing depends on the website size. Minimum will be 50$.
  • Website Managed Services – It can cost at least 500$. It can include blog writing, post-launch testing, and content maintenance. It may also include marketing and advertising services including AdWords, Pay Per Click Marketing, Social Media Advertising etc.

 

All about Ajax Development

Before AJAX, interactivity on web pages was laborious, slow and clunky. A user interaction required an updated version of the page to be generated on the server, sent to the browser and rendered there. Even a small change resulted in a full new page. This was wasteful of server resources, and provided for a very poor user experience

Ajax development changed all of this, by sending data and then receiving just the result for the interaction that triggered by it in order to update the relevant parts of the page.

Here are some of the main advantages that Ajax brings:

• Speed; reduces server traffic and the asynchronous nature ensures browser waiting times are minimal

• Interaction; small data transfers create for a more responsive experience

• Form validation; instant validation, done properly

• Bandwidth; extremely efficient, as no requirement to reload whole pages

Ajax Development, areas to consider:

As with all development languages, there are areas that may be seen as disadvantages, in terms of Ajax these include

• It may increase development and design time, and increase code complexity

• Ajax indexing for search is more challenging

• JavaScript must be enabled on browsers

• Additional security considerations and constraints that must be considered, on the server-side Ajax is similar to regular web applications, on the client side, however, the JS code is more visible

Ajax Development, how Google have embraced Ajax:

Ajax is a very popular development language amongst brands, sites and applications that have adopted Ajax development as part of their development ecosystem. Google utilise Ajax in a number of ways, and specifically for 2 of their most accessed services:

Google Maps, a web mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imagery, street maps, panoramic street views and route planning. Ajax is utilised within the UI.

Gmail, a free email service provider by Google. As of 2016, it was the most widely used web-based email provider with over 1 billion active users.