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Web applications are applications that are accessed over the "web", which can mean the Internet, or an internal network (an intranet).

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Because writing applications for different platforms and/or losing out on market share because it only runs on one is just too much fun. I look forward to the day when all I have to do is create insta …
answered Apr 26 '11 by JeffO
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IMHO a single table shouldn't be a problem, so don't create an issue where one doesn't exist - yet. There is a lot you can do to help performance. You can partition a single table to multiple files ba …
answered Dec 28 '10 by JeffO
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You're just going to have to fake it and copy other designs. Avoid anything fancy except for one or two features that will be a major benefit to users. Follow some basic practices of limiting fonts, c …
answered Sep 26 '11 by JeffO
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Can you start with a very small piece of the project? This way, no one gets in too deep. You get a feel for the process and what to expect from each other. Very quickly you'll see if you end up in, Th …
answered Apr 13 '11 by JeffO
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Depending on how sophisticated you want to get, you can allow the users to build a list of potential fields for each product type and store that in your database. To create the form, read from the dat …
answered Mar 16 '12 by JeffO
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These are they types of features that look good during a demo, but after someone uses the site a few times, the glimmer is gone. Experienced users would rather have a short-cut key and no delay. Ever …
answered Apr 21 '11 by JeffO
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Anything can be a bottle neck if it is inaddequate enough. If you lease space at a quality data center, you should be able to take care of the Internet connection and router hardware. Databases can be …
answered Apr 23 '11 by JeffO
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Another choice is an Entity-Attribute-Value model. If you do this in most modern rdbms, you can get full-text search as well. There isn't enough information to know whether you application is a fit …
answered Aug 8 '11 by JeffO
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You're running the risk of your application being considered sub-standard or worse yet, your development ability. Now, this app may be saving someone so much time and/or do such a needed task that the …
answered Oct 11 '11 by JeffO
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If the user has selected option x then the application must enable him to supply info for y, if not then s/he should supply info z". There are inputs that have conditionally based required valu …
answered May 21 '14 by JeffO
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Almost every application from simple games to large enterprise business applications have at least one complicated function that you better get right. Those algorithms will drive the design of the dat …
answered Oct 11 '16 by JeffO
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This is not your problem. Not many people who have created a large-scale community site ever built one before. When you get to the point that you are spending so much time getting new users that you c …
answered Jan 19 '11 by JeffO