The Beginner’s Guide to Web Development

28 October4 min read
 The Beginner’s Guide to Web Development

With more businesses growing around the world, the need for web development has reached the next level. Every organization needs to have a business website for an enriching customer experience. With the rapid expansion of Web Development, the demand for Web developers with specific skillset is also increasing day by day. 

Before we describe Web development in more detail, let’s first understand Web Applications.  

A web application is an application software that performs operations over the Internet using web browsers and web technology. Web applications consist of a front-end– everything you see or can interact with through your browser – and a back end – which contains business logic, database connections, and everything else required for a project.  

The concept of progressive web apps is also becoming quite popular that can enhance regular web applications with new capabilities such as working offline, enabling users to continue using it even if your internet connection is lost. It will provide you with hands-on experience via a dedicated browser app.  

Generally, Web development comprises all related development activities, such as client-side scripting, server-side scripting, and network security settings, eCommerce development, and content management system (CMS) development, in addition to web design and coding. 

Gathering relevant information

This stage is essential for any kind of software development process regardless of the web apps. The implementation of a project can be carried out by a dedicated business analyst, programmer, or project manager depending upon the size of the project. The sole purpose of this step is to gather objectives, functionalities, and a general perspective.  

Firstly, we must be aware of the requirement and scope of the project to deliver better results. If the project is small, it can be completed with the help of a designer who will create preliminary drafts for continued development or else it will be continued by the ones based on specific roles and responsibilities. 

Web Design

The process begins with web design which is implemented by Graphic designers or UX/UI specialists. The role is to create a graphical representation of the application followed by its separation into Wireframes, Mock-ups, features, and functionalities keeping in mind the necessary details of the project.  

The design step can be skipped as it is solely dependent on the requirement of the project. 

Web apps are also tools, admin panels, and automation systems that are designed to solve a problem rather than to be visually appealing. In this case, we can outsource design to programmers, but one must be aware of the consequences which are as follows:  

  1. Less expensive
  2. Variation in Developer’s perspective
  3. Further development in the project may lead to the requirement of a designer
  4. Changes to existing programs can be more costly than implementing them from scratch

Skipping the design step is feasible in the first place as the client may sound uncertain about the design of the project initally. 


Implementation is considered to be the most crucial one when it comes to the web development process. This step can be further divided into agile sprints depending upon the size of the project. After receiving the wireframes and ensuring the above steps, developers can start with coding and deliver relevant features to meet deadlines. 

Some instances might not require coding and can be implemented using pre-defined drag and drop templates that are likely to appear as a web application such as WordPress but in return, requires to be installed and configured by a specialist. 


After the completion of the project comes the testing stage. It is a safer approach to test the project forehandedly in the test environment before deploying it in the production version or you can test it directly in production depending upon the necessity.  


Deployment implies the final stage of the project. Since the application is now up and ready to be deployed, it solely depends on the need of the project whether it will be presented to users or will be sent to testing at the later stage. 


To conclude, we hope that the above-mentioned steps gave you a better understanding of Web development. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions on Web development and we will be happy to assist you!