Do you need a Mobile App for your business or a Custom Web App? Do you know the difference? Find out more about what a Custom Web App is and what it takes to get one built for your business with our Web Application Q&A below!

Q: What is a custom Web application?

A: A custom web application is more than a website – it is a package of software features built into a web-enabled application that can be used to do a number of things for a business, or a consumer.
Online web applications have been used for document creation, dating apps, customer and client portals, and more. There are an endless number of businesses that would benefit from Custom Web Application Development Services.

Q: How do I make my own web app?

A: Developing your own custom web application is a tricky manuever – you need years and years of skilled development experience, the understanding of how user experience impacts design, and the ability to bring all of the parts together for a cohesive successful package.
In most cases it is a much wiser decision to hire an established custom web application development service, like Asahi Technologies in New York, to do the development of the custom web app for your business.

Q: What is the best way to develop web applications?

A: When it comes to developing web applications there are number of languages and platforms that can be used. When it comes to the custom web applications we develop, we are a technology-agnostic company. In other words, we choose the technology stack and software tools keeping your needs in mind when developing an application.
Our full stack engineers are cross skilled in a number of technologies including Java, MEAN Stack and MERN Stack. We recommend the appropriate technology stack to your team during discovery phase.

Q: How much does it cost to build a Web application?

A: The cost to develop a web application varies from one project to another, as each project’s needs and requirements are unique. In many cases, a detailed discovery phase is required in order to assess the total effort (time, money and resources) required for project completion.
To get a completely free consultant regarding your project and what our custom web application development services can provide for your business, click here.

Q: How long does it take to develop a web application?

A: Similar to project cost, the time required for developing a custom web application varies from one project to another, as each project’s needs and requirements are unique. In many cases, a detailed discovery phase is required in order to assess the total effort (time, money and resources) required for project completion. When third party integrations to the web application are part of the project scope,
time taken for integration with those third parties can sometimes be hard to estimate, especially if integration APIs for those third parties are not well documented.

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Vinod is a deeply devoted digital health enthusiast who believes technology is a great enabler that provides the key to unlocking a better world. He is driven by a singular goal: to help healthcare organizations leverage technology to deliver better digital services for patients, providers, payers, and other community health stakeholders. His expansive computer science domain expertise, humanity, and commitment to community are major assets for healthcare, medical, pharmaceutical, and life science enterprises.