Web Application

What is a Web Application?

A web application is software suite which is designed to be accessed using a web browser.

Whereas a web page is designed primarily to display static content, a web application is built for interaction.

For example, if you access your email inbox through your web browser (instead of through a stand-alone email software application), then you are using a web application.

There are several advantages to using a web application over more traditional software:

Our MIDAS room booking and resource scheduling software is an example of a "web application". Users access a MIDAS booking system using their web browsers.

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