Application Development

Webapper provides a variety of application development and support services. Our blog includes articles on key concepts, industry news and important trends.

Serverless Application Development 101

A promising new approach in emerging technology is serverless application development. Proponents tout that you can focus on your application rather than the infrastructure it runs on. Serverless architectures rely on third-party “Backend as a Service” (BaaS) services like AWS, Azure or Google Cloud. As we'll outline here, this modern (at least for now) approach has some inherent advantages and disadvantages. If you're part of a software business, we'll help explain what serverless application is and why you would or would not want to use it.

Serverless Application Development 1012020-11-02T21:59:43+00:00

What to Do If Your Web Application Sucks

Online business software and cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications are a thousand times more powerful than what we had just a few years ago. But many business applications are poorly built. They don’t leverage and utilize many of the best, most sophisticated technologies available. Poorly designed, constructed, tested, hosted, and supported, these applications frustrate users and squander opportunity and productivity. To help you understand what all this means, here are the top 5 reasons your web application sucks. We also prescribe solutions for each issue to help you if you're in the throes of dealing with them.

What to Do If Your Web Application Sucks2020-11-02T22:13:49+00:00

Cloud Migration Strategy

Over the past decade, a fast-growing number of businesses have adopted cloud computing. Cloud computing enables your business to access software and your data at any time and from any location. Creating an effective cloud strategy can be a differentiator for successful companies. Properly developed and executed, web applications in the cloud can bring great benefits.

Cloud Migration Strategy2020-11-02T22:22:34+00:00

Don’t Get Ripped Off by Web Developers

Far too many web application development projects fail. Why? A variety of reasons, including unrealistic expectations, changing markets, unclear objectives, missing processes, and shady development firms. After two decades in the trenches of software development, we've seen projects that were wildly successful and others that were miserable failures. And those lessons are what we are here to share.

Don’t Get Ripped Off by Web Developers2020-11-02T22:22:04+00:00
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