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ALSO CALLED: Web Software, WWW Software, Web Application Software
DEFINITION: Software stored on a server and delivered via the Web based on the web, usually a combination of one or more interactive Web pages that can invoke and integrate Browsers, Active Server Pages (ASP), server-side Visual Basic or Java scripts, Access or SQL Server databases, HTML, XML, Cookies, and/or Component Object Model (COM) objects to create a dynamic website for bidirectional submitting, retrieving,  … 
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Web Applications Software White Papers (View All Report Types)
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Outsourcing in the WEB 2.0 World
sponsored by Wipro Technologies
WHITE PAPER: With more organizations adopting Web 2.0, there is an increasing amount of interest in exploiting this phenomenon. Learn about the changing business needs that result from outsourcing Web 2.0 and how to leverage this as a best practice for collabo...
Posted: 29 Oct 2007 | Published: 01 Oct 2007

Wipro Technologies

AJAX for Graphics-Intensive Web Applications
sponsored by ILOG, an IBM Company
WHITE PAPER: Learn how AJAX works and how it is leveraged to create advanced web displays with graphical user interfaces by increasing interactivity and reducing roundtrips to the server.
Posted: 15 Aug 2007 | Published: 01 Jun 2006

ILOG, an IBM Company
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WEB APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): … Software stored on a server and delivered via the Web based on the web, usually a combination of one or more interactive Web pages that can invoke and integrate Browsers, Active Server Pages (ASP), server-side Visual Basic or Java scripts, Access or SQL Server databases, HTML, XML, Cookies, and/or Component Object Model (COM) objects to create a dynamic website for bidirectional submitting, retrieving, and storing of information. 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).Visit WhatIs.com - a knowledge exploration and self-education tool about information technology.

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