Web Applications are web sites that perform the same function as software that you might otherwise download and run locally. Having the advantage of executing on a web server, Web Applications don't consume space on your hard drive, don't crash or conflict with other applications, and best of all are accessible from anywhere.
The downside from the end user's point of view is loss of control over what the application does, the impossibility to keep old versions and possible privacy problems.
The companies that create and serve web applications are called Application Service Providers (ASPs).
Provides web application development, database design and administration, hosting, and project consulting/management.
Search for free mp3's to listen. Allows create radio stations, upload mp3, share play-list and provides a music recommendation system to include on current play-list similar songs.
Explanation of what an application service provider is. Includes current examples and a guide on how to select an ASP.
A free online utility designed to convert feeds to PDF format.
Discussion of Jim Seymour's article.
An audio platform that enables sound creators to upload, record, promote and share their originally-created sounds
Add commenting and interactivity to web pages. Compatible with all major web authoring packages. View reports and receive notification e-mails.
Offers a suite of online web applications geared towards increasing productivity and easy collaboration. Office tools include a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation tool, hosted wiki, notebook, mail, and CRM.
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