Versioning is the process of assigning either unique version names or unique version numbers to unique states of computer software.
Within a given version number category (major, minor), these numbers are generally assigned in increasing order and correspond to new developments in the software.
“What is the cost of this website/web application Development” is the first question we hear from prospective clients.
And our answer goes with many other questions.
- Can you share the complete requirements?
- Is the requirement in above question 100%?
- Do we expect some changes in requirements as the application development progresses to reflect market/users need?
- Do you want us to use a particular technology stack or you’re open to our suggestions?
Every unique detail, be it design or a feature, means a certain amount of time and talent of a specialist. That means that before telling you even an approximate price we need to evaluate your project and calculate main stages of its development. So, Getting down to the cost is perhaps the last thing we do after completely understanding the requirement.
While developing a website the first technical decision which needs you need to take is ‘what technical stack to use so that it meets all our requirement ?’, and somewhere in the process it also includes ‘What to choose – CMS or MVC framework ?’
In this article, I am sharing my personal experience which helps me to decide between CMS and MVC framework. But before that, lets us have a brief introduction of CMS and MVC framework.
Speed of a website matters !
You’re using a web application, it takes 5-10 sec to load each page or to complete ajax requests. How does it feels ? Awful, isnt’ it ? You will lose up your patience and will switch to a suitable alternative.
Similarly, you own a SaaS application with a good user interface and many useful functionalities. A end-user sign-up and found it to be slow enough for his use. Every page keeps on loading for 5-10 seconds.
Will she come back again to your ? Will she upgrade her package from free to a paid member ?
This is why speed of a website matters.
Every software as a service application (SaaS) are built to solve certain problem, to ease the life of users and to help drive the business of users, all without having them invest thousand of dollars in software development, maintenance, upgradation and hardware cost.
Despite having vast useful industry specific features, many lags some small common feature which if added can increase their customer base multi folds and will provide better user satistication.