A computer program that uses the World Wide Web for connectivity and user interface. A user connects to and runs a web application by using a web browser on any platform. The user interface of the application is the HTML pages displayed by the browser. The application itself runs on a server, connected to the browser through the World Wide Web.
Web applications are stored on a server and delivered to users over the Internet. A Web application is usually a three-tier structure, comprising a User Service tier (allowing user access to the application), a Business Service tier (allowing the user to carry out complex activities) and a Data Service tier (which allows data storage and retrieval).
A software application, executed by a web server, which responds to dynamic web page requests over HTTP. See also " Web Server", " Web Application", " Web Service".
is a software program that resides on an external server and is accessed through a userâ€™s browser (e.g. Hotmail). This can be contrasted with software that is installed and resides in each userâ€™s hard drive (e.g. Word). The English360 software is a web application.
A computer program designed to be used over the World Wide Web. kinetic Manager is a web application.
a collection of ASP and HTML pages all contained within a folder on the server
a collection of HTML and other web components, which are placed in a specific directory structure
a collection of HTML/XML documents, web components (applets, servlets and JavaServer Pages), and other resources in either a directory structure or archived format known as a web archive (WAR) file
a collection of Java servlet class files and other Java classes, html pages, Java Server Pages, and related resources such as image files that make up an application such as an online store that can be deployed by the web server
a collection of Java servlets, JSP pages, HTML/XML documents and other resources organized in a structured hierarchy of directories
a collection of Java servlets, JSPs, HTML pages, classes and other resources
a collection of regular and dynamic web pages
a collection of server-side technologies for presenting dynamic content, usually accessed by a Web browser on the client side
a collection of servlets and content installed under a specific subset of the server's URL namespace such as /catalog and possibly installed via a
a collection of servlets, HTML pages, classes, and other resources that can be bundled and deployed to several Java EE application servers
a collection of servlets, html pages, classes, and other resources that can be bundled and run on multiple containers from multiple vendors
a collection of servlets, html pages, classes, and other resources that make up a complete application on a web server
a collection of servlets, HTML pages, classes, and other resources that make up a complete application on Sun ONE Application Server
a collection of servlets, JSP files and possibly HTML pages and other static content files
a collection of servlets, JSPs, HTML files, and other web related resources (ex
a collection of static and dynamic web pages
a collection of static content, like HTML and image files, servlets, and other resources that can be made accessible via a web interface
a collection of Web resources (text and binary files) that resides inside a virtual directory of a Web site
a complete collection of resources for a Web site
a complicated and dynamic thing
a database driven website with dynamic content and usually a secure
a dynamic extension of a web or application server
a grouping of application components such as servlet classes, JavaServer Pages (JSP), static HTML pages , images, and security
a group of data, servlets, and configuration files to handle a related set of URLs
a hierarchy of interdependent pages, each one representing a distinct stage of the application
an abstract term for all the resources available within the confines of an IIS virtual directory
an application delivered to users from a web server like the Internet
an application for which a Web browser connecting over the Internet provides or contains the User Interface
an application, generally comprised of a collection of scripts, that reside on a Web server and interact with databases or other sources of dynamic content
an application that uses a set of related web pages as the user interface
a program that your PM wants to look and feel like a normal Windows application, but goes completely against the entire design of HTML
a server based application that can be accessed by any number of computers using any popular web browser
a site that uses custom programming to deliver dynamic content stored in a database
a software application that exists on a Web site
a software application that interacts with users or other systems using HTTP
a software application that is delivered as a service over the Internet
a software program that runs in an application pool and uses the HTTP protocol to deliver Web-based information to users in HTML
a specialized version of a client/server application
a specific variety of multitier application
a subclass of Application which associates with an instance of WicketServlet to serve pages over the HTTP protocol
a subset of an enterprise application
a three-layered application
a web server application that interacts with user that uses browser to access internet pages
a website containing pages stored on a web server with partly or entirely undetermined content
a website that contains pages stored on a web server with partially or entirely undetermined content
Hierarchy of directories and files (HTML, servlets, classes etc) which together form an application or complete project
Also Web-based Application. A software program that uses HTTP for its core communication protocol and delivers Web-based information to the user in the HTML language.
A Web application uses a web site as the front-end to a more typical application. In a web application client data input executes business logic on the server.
Web-based application; HTML application Computer program designed for the World Wide Web. yes n/a
Web Applications are web programs or real programs designed to be used on the web site using a browser. Example of web application would be e-commerce web site, web banking, stock exchange on the web, web games and many others. Web applications are becoming very popular due to wide availability of the Internet access.
A computer program that uses the World Wide Web for connectivity and user interface (UI) user connects to and runs a web application by using a web browser on any platform. The user interface of the application is the HTML pages displayed by the browser. The application itself runs on a web server and/or application server.
An application (aka program) which you execute via the familiar interface of a browser, the self-same browser that you use for the Internet - whether you are on a PC or Mac. For some administration systems, it's sometimes necessary to have a specfic browser (usually Internet Explorer) to run the web application because the latter exploits particular features of IE that other browsers don't have. Back
Software designed to run within a web browser (i.e. Internet Explorer or Firefox). This allows a user to access the application from any location that has network connectivity and a web browser, e.g. desktop PCs, laptop PCs, PDAs, and web-enabled phones. No additional software is needed on the computer accessing the application and client upgrades are unnecessary.
A collection of servlets, JavaServer Pages, HTML documents, and other web resources which might include image files, compressed archives, and other data. A web application may be packaged into an archive (a WAR file) or exist in an open directory structure.
An application that uses a web browser as its user interface and usually runs on an application server. A web application may combine business logic with back end data sources like relational databases, application mining information, and MQSeries. A web application can generate HTML pages or download Java applets.
Web applications are accessed by users through various means, but the primary method is the web browser. Many web applications can be accessed through mobile phones, and users with impaired vision can use screen-readers which interpret text as sounds.
a collection of cooperating Profiles, Startfiles, and Endfiles that implement a web-delivered application. Web Applications are written in WebKeyscript. The system is protected from errant or malicious Web Applications by a security layer. Resources consumed by Web Applications are recorded in accounting and logging files. Web Applications are divided into Single Web Applications and Shared Web Applications.
Software application that exists on a Web site and is accessed by visiting the Web site. Some companies provide access to the application for free, while others allow the program to be used for free and charge a fee only when a certain action occurs. Other companies charge only for service and support, allowing the software to be used or downloaded for free. 3.33, 10.8
A web application is a script which runs on a web server and processes user input to interact with databases, email or the file system to deliver dynamic content.
A traditional computer application that runs on a Web server. Instead of a workstation GUI or host terminal screen, a Web page is seen by the user through a Web browser. See also Web application server.
In software engineering, a Web application or webapp is an application that is accessed with a Web browser over a network such as the Internet or an intranet.