Web development is an integral part of the work profile at Crocuss.com. Most of the times people tend to mistake web design for web development. Though these two phrases sound similar yet they are way different. While web design predominantly deals with the front-end of the website, web development involves the entire back-end job on a website.

Web development in the real sense means the skill of creating websites that do things. Team Crocuss.com develops websites that require login, that provide users with effective tools, that offer e-Commerce facilities like shopping cart or online payments, online forums and more.

A developer well versed with the art of creating websites can create virtually anything that comes to mind. Our team is committed to giving you a unique experience to put you above competitors.

Features of Web Development:

  • Web development is all about creating websites.
  • It deals with the coding required to develop a website.
  • It comprises back-end job needed for the website.
  • It is aimed at making websites function swiftly, proficiently and constancy.
  • This process is remains hidden from the users.
  • It is a vital process that gives users a smooth browsing experience.
  • It involves developing and coding server side applications, databases, e-Commerce transactions.

Process of Web Development:

  • Analysis
    It is the first step in the process of web development that involves discussions with the clients about their requirements. And with it starts the analysis about what the client wants of the service and how best the website should be developed. It includes exploring options about presenting it in a way that business benefits maximum from it.
  • Input
    It includes:

    • Interviews with the clients
    • Exchange of mails and documents with the clients
    • Discussions
    • Taking note
    • Online chat
    • Recording telephone conversations
    • Viewing model websites/applications
  • Output
    It includes:

    • Work plan
    • Cost involved
    • Team requirements
    • Hardware-software requirements
    • Supporting documents
    • Approval
  • Specification Building
    This is the second stage in the process that involves drawing specifications to cover every element of the requirement. It is then that a written proposal is drawn to outline the capacity of the project, suitability and expenses.
  • Input
    Includes reports from the analysis team
  • Output
    It includes specifying requirements to the individuals and the customers or their representatives.
  • Design and development
    This step involves formally initiating the work on the website. It mainly includes drafting a layout for the website as a prototype. It includes:
  • Input
    Includes requirement specification
  • Output
    Includes site design with template, images and prototype
  • Content Writing
    This stage involves drafting official content for the website. Content specially refers to text here. Writers draft worthy content that is used alongside the template.
  • Input
    Includes designed templates
  • Output
    Includes site with formatted content
  • Coding
    This stage is an important one for the programmer. It is here that a programmer starts coding for the website without disturbing the design.
  • Input
    Includes site with forms and requirement specification
  • Output
    It includes:
  • database driven functions with the site
  • Coding documents
  • Testing
    This is a stage for intensive automated and manual testing. Various testing done here are integration testing, stress testing, scalability testing, load testing, resolution testing and cross browser compatibility testing. Live test is conducted once all other tests are done with.
  • Input
    It includes the site, requirement specifications, supporting documents, technical specifications and technical documents.
  • Output
    It includes completed site, testing reports, error logs, frequent interaction with the developers and designers.
  • Promotion
    Applicable only for websites, this stage involves the preparation of meta tags, constant analysis and submission of URL to search engine directories. Read more
  • Input
    It includes site with content, client mails mentioning the competitors.
  • Output
    It includes site submission with necessary meta tag preparation.
  • Maintenance and Updating
    Only a website that is frequently updated drives much user traffic as users look forward to fresh and new information every now and then. Therefore a website must be updated on a timely basis to avoid udders driving away from it.
  • Input
    It includes site/application, content that need to be updated, analysis reports.
  • Output
    It includes updated application and supporting documents.