English Internet Services Webapplications

Examples of webapplications are a webbased chatbox, internet auction system and e-learning system, all essentially webbased.
Webapplications make use of extensive interaction between the user and the website. The data flows in both directions (from the webbrowser to the server and vis-versa), and in many cases a user context is kept in order to keep track of user specific application data.


Webapplications have many advantages over traditional applications.

  • Installation of client software is not necessary, resulting in quicke deplyment and simple change management.
  • Availability on many operating system platforms and accessable virtually all network environments.
  • Usage of simple, proven technology.


Training-IT is a web application enabling the online training of groups under the supervision of a coach.