web application development

Posted by kepran on October 16th, 2014

Web Application Development Trends 2014 Evolution of web 3.0 from web 2.0 and advancing W3C specification with modern web browsers have opened new trends in digital design. Over the years we have handled different websites with changing trends particularly in the field of website layouts and web application development. As a Web Design Company in Bangalore, we have already set in motion when others just beginning the dawn. 1. Grid Style Layouts Pinterest is a classic example for a grid style layout. With thumbnails images or text updates in grid layout will condenses everything into an easy-to-format. When a question of user experience comes, grid layout is skimmable yet still coherent and it doesn?t require much space on the page. This is not the design improvisation one can implement or force into any old website. Using open source JS libraries such as Masonry can do all the hard work for you. 2. 3D-Transion Effects These are often built into the page for animated image galleries, navigation menus, and elements. The 3D effects can be created using jQuery although CSS3 has been catching up. Naturally the animations aren?t fully supported in all browsers, and designers should be wary of using too many animations on one page. 3D animated code examples are highly recommended 3. Flat UI Design Elements flat UI elements. CSS3 allowed designers to create much flatter buttons using natural box shadows, text shadows, or rounded corners. This flat UI pattern transcended into form inputs and even navigation menus. Flat icon sets and GUI kits have been released for free on dozens of websites. Metro-style layouts have also grown in popularity from Microsoft?s Windows OS and the Windows Mobile Phone. 4. SVG Images &ICONS Vector-based graphics aren?t built around pixels, but lines and coordinates. Individual shapes are organized by mathematical equations and this allows you to stretch vectors to any size. SVG images are like vectors in the sense they can be manipulated easily without much quality loss. The biggest problem is support for these images within all web browsers. Many people are still using older versions of Internet Explorer and other legacy titles. Snap.svg is a JavaScript library devoted to support in multiple browsers with natural SVG images. 5. Lazy Loading Animations One of the coolest new features in web development is the @font-face declaration. You can import font files hosted locally or externally on another server. These fonts are defined within CSS and you can write them into font-family properties to style your webpage text. Using JavaScript it?s easy to detect when the element(s) are in view, and then use CSS3 transitions or JavaScript to animate. It?s more about page aesthetics and providing a sleek interface for your visitors. 6. Expanding search bars The user clicks a magnifying glass icon or clicks into the form itself, and then it expands wider to allow for more text input. Codrops wrote an outstanding tutorial about this topic and it?s a great read for any developer. Primarily the hidden search field is used to save room on the page. You might even hide the form at the very top and toggle it up/down like a navigation menu. This technique is prominent with responsive layouts, but even larger & more completed designs are incorporating these adaptable search fields. Kepran INFOSOFT, a web application development company in Bangalore has developed over 80+ websites and web applications for over 4+ years. We build custom web application development according to client specific requirements utilizing the advanced, cutting edge technologies that combine appealing design, rich functionality and robust management tools. For Enquires on website services in Bangalore, reach us at sales@kepran.com http://www.kepran.com/services/web-application-development/

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