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Beginner's Guide to Web Applications and Definitions

Web applications vs websites
Strictly speaking, web applications are indeed websites. Both are built with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and other web technologies. Users access them both via web browsers. But many people want to emphasize the difference between these two terms, and it boils down to interactivity and functionality. While websites are more like collections of static HTML pages, web apps provide their users with a wide range of task-performing tools. Or in other words, visitors come to websites to get the information in the forms of text and images that can hardly be manipulated. Web applications, on the other hand, allow us to create, read, update and delete data (also known as CRUD).

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Beginner's Guide to Web Applications and Definitions