A website and a web application seem all the same for those viewing them through a web browser. But for businesses, the context goes deeper.

There are over 1,518,207,412 websites across the world as per a web server survey conducted by Netcraft in January 2019. This number is rapidly increasing as we speak. It is obvious that a website is absolutely essential for any startup or small business to make its presence felt on the Internet- which by itself is a huge pool for fishing large groups of target customers.

But hold on. There’s another term that is highly synonymous with a website and is used a lot these days. This term is a “web application” or simply put, a web app. Now, what is…

Redefining user-experience with AR/VR web apps

Coming from a marginal market value of $6 Billion to reach up to the mark of $210 Billion in sales by 2022 the Augmented/Mixed/Virtual Reality trio has enjoyed fanatical growth since 2016.

VR and AR are two broad terms that allow users to both see, experience, and interact in a simulated environment. Both AR and VR are expected to have a massive impact on businesses through a variety of commercial, consumer, and enterprise applications. …

The artificial intelligence of the chatbots is revolutionizing the customer experience. They can provide useful information to customers when they need it. Hence, a number of companies that use AI Chatbots have grown exponentially. It provides them with proactive assistance to their customers.

Many brands have supercharged their customer service experience with chatbots. It has grown and improved to capitalize on various social networks and messaging platforms.

As per the stats, nearly 80% of businesses will have their own Chatbot by 2020 end. It has surpassed Facebook’s Messenger usage from 30,000 in 2016 to approx. 100,000 nowadays. …

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If you clicked on the article, you might have a fair idea about where I’m headed. At the annual I/O developer conference, Google declared its love for Kotlin to the applause of the Android app development community. But where does this leave Java? How does it change mobile app development? And what made Google prioritize Kotlin over Java in the first place?

Why Google wanted something better than Java?

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If you’re one among the people of Generation X (born sometime between the 1960s- 1980s), you might be one among those complaining about the rapid expansion of technology, and how its complexities sometimes don’t make sense.

For millennials, the present world is an interesting place to be. New tech just keeps popping out of somewhere time and time again. Their short attention spans are satiated by the presence of myriad gadgets to try, a huge set of social media apps to socialize and an adaptive capability to catch up with nuances of new & emerging tech.

But not all of…

As an IT Software Consultant, I keep looking for new frameworks and tools, recently I have been looking for the best framework to develop single page business applications (SPAs). And, I got this:

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There is a bunch of open source web development tools available to use. Some of them are really good, some are average and rest are not worth a try. Therefore, when you are starting a new project, it is important that you choose the right platform as per your specific requirement.

To save your research time, I have written this article for startups, product companies and web developers to know the latest open source web development tools which help you build a better web application.

I took my own experience along with helpful guidance from web development experts, users of…

Kristen Carter

IT Software Consultant at ValueCoders.com. Been in this field for 8+ years while helping entrepreneurs make the best use of existing & emerging technologies.

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