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Get Quotes: Find the best Web Developer for your business needs

When it comes to choosing a web developer, the options are vast. To help you make the right decision, download our free guide to sourcing web developers. Or if you already know what you require from a web development company, get free no obligation quotes from up to six suppliers.

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The broad term web development is used to describe all the areas of developing a website for the internet. This can include creating graphical content, coding, backend programming and web server configuration and even extends to website architecture and website usability – in a nut shell everything that’s involved in the process of creating a website.

Our buyer’s guide will take you step by step through the sourcing process of a web developer and will demystify some of the jargon that is widely used within the web development industry.

Download:
Web Developer Buyer’s Guide

The guide will take you through the following topics:

  • Web design and web development
  • Web technologies
  • HTML
  • Images
  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • Flash Server-side processing
  • AJAX
  • Overview of a web application
  • Ready-made or custom built web development projects?
  • Software development project lifecycle
  • Website Requirements
  • Web Design & Prototyping
  • Website Implementation
  • Choosing a developer

 

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This was first published in April 2009

 

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