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Why should I trust a web development company for my new product?
Whether you are a startup, entrepreneur, product company, or a digital agency, joining hands with a web development company can help you save costs, speed up the development, and ensure the quality of codes. An outsourcing company can be your growth partner to plug any technology gap and help you achieve a competitive edge in the digital ecosystem. They can add more value to your business while you can focus on your core business functions.
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Why should I opt for a web development company instead of freelancers for my project?

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Web developing in a safest

Web developing in a safest

In order to design sites properly, you need to begin by understanding any potential threats. Websites are inherently vulnerable to a wide range of threats, one of the most common ones being vulnerabilities to cross-site scripting (XSS). XSS is a class of attack that enables a malicious user to inject client-side scripts, using the website as a channel, into other users’ browsers.

Using the combination of an XSS attack and social engineering techniques, hackers can cause a lot more damage by stealing cookies, keylogging, and identity theft.

This also enables them to log in as the user and view information as the user would, allowing them full access to view credit card details, contact information, or even change passwords.

Websites use databases, which is why SQL injections are a real threat. These injections allow databases to be accessed, modified, or deleted regardless of the user’s permissions.

Consequences of a successful SQL injection include spoofing identities, the creation of new profiles with administrator rights, accessing all information on the server, or destroying any/all data to make it unusable. This vulnerability exists if user input passed on to an underlying SQL statement can change its meaning.

Another important threat to address is Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF). This attack involves both the website as well as the web browser. More specifically, the browser’s authentication functionality.

Using the web browsing applications authentication vulnerabilities, users who are logged in to a particular site can fall prey to the attacker. Once logged in, it provides the attacker the ability to in a way “forge signatures” and perform actions which are not intended by the victim.

However, it should be noted that the users who are merely surfing through the site and not really logged in, would be safe from the attack.

Clickjacking is a threat that can quickly cause a system to spiral out of control. An attacker could either hack a legitimate website, or trick a user to visit an infected site where certain actions are controlled by the attacker. For example, a “submit” button may not submit information to the intended destination, or a close button “X” may actually trigger certain unwanted actions such as activating your camera, microphone, etc.

This can be used, for instance, on a banking site to get login information.

Denial of Service (DoS) attacks occur due to flooding a target website with requests with such volume that the website suffers disruptions for legitimate users.

While this list is not comprehensive, it does give you an idea of what threats exist and how each of them can affect you. By learning more about these security threats, or hiring Field IT support specialists for government, you can begin to design your website to minimize the risk of these issues occurring.

Business growth in a short

Business growth in a short

Business growth plans are short-term outlines for where a company sees itself in the next one to two years. The growth plan should be formatted to follow along with each quarter. At the end of each quarter, the company can review what goals were met and what goals were missed during that period. At this point, management can revise the business growth plan to reflect current market standing.

A business growth plan is beneficial to a company as a whole, but the main purpose is to write it with investors in mind. Investors want an outline of how your company plans to build sales in the coming months. Growth plans are customizable to each business and don’t need to follow a set template. However, all business growth plans must be heavily focused on revenue. The plan should answer a simple question: How does your company plan to make money each quarter?
Yet on closer scrutiny, it becomes apparent that they experience common problems arising at similar stages in their development. These points of similarity can be organized into a framework that increases our understanding of the nature, characteristics, and problems of businesses ranging from a corner dry cleaning establishment with two or three minimum-wage employees to a $20-million-a-year computer software company experiencing a 40% annual rate of growth.

For owners and managers of small businesses, such an understanding can aid in assessing current challenges; for example, the need to upgrade an existing computer system or to hire and train second-level managers to maintain planned growth.

It can help in anticipating the key requirements at various points—e.g., the inordinate time commitment for owners during the start-up period and the need for delegation and changes in their managerial roles when companies become larger and more complex.

The framework also provides a basis for evaluating the impact of present and proposed governmental regulations and policies on one’s business. A case in point is the exclusion of dividends from double taxation, which could be of great help to a profitable, mature, and stable business like a funeral home but of no help at all to a new, rapidly growing, high-technology enterprise.

Finally, the framework aids accountants and consultants in diagnosing problems and matching solutions to smaller enterprises. The problems of a 6-month-old, 20-person business are rarely addressed by advice based on a 30-year-old, 100-person manufacturing company. For the former, cash-flow planning is paramount; for the latter, strategic planning and budgeting to achieve coordination and operating control are most important.

Developing a Small Business Framework
Various researchers over the years have developed models for examining businesses (see Exhibit 1). Each uses business size as one dimension and company maturity or the stage of growth as a second dimension. While useful in many respects, these frameworks are inappropriate for small businesses on at least three counts.

Developing from a scratch

Developing from a scratch

When you developing new version of a product you usually think about rewriting from scratch instead of refactoring and adding new functionality with help of hummer and nails. Lets skip questions “why we should” and “when we should” because each of them is a topic for separate article. We will discuss potential problems and possible solutions for “development from scratch” mode.

Usually, the first problem is development environment change and new development tools. When you move from one programming language to another or change technologies, third party libraries or something else there is always a risk of potential problems with it. That is why you shouldn’t start using new technology/language before you have at least few experts in it. In general the idea to learn new technology/language by developing a real important project is bad. Pilot project should go first and in pilot project you may resolve all potential technical problems. It is better to blog about pilot project progress and problems, in this case you can always obtain list of problems/solution.

The second problem (and the most significant) is that development from scratch leads to repeating bugs and issues that were already fixed in previous product. The simplest way to solve this problem is try to repeat all issues from previous version of product in current version It’s possible if you used Bug Tracking practice, but if not, you are in troubles. And in any way it will be hard, because there can be thousands of issues. Also it doesn’t insure against new issues in a new product.

Another way is usage of Test Cases from previous project. If project was developed accurately then every idea, every business rule, every potential issue was reflected in proper Test Case. Usage of Test Cases from previous product version helps control quality from the start.

The third problem is should you use or not some parts of code from previous project. On the one hand you save time by reuse already developed and tested code, on the other hand you developing from scratch to stay away from the mess of old code. In most cases you should refactor before reuse that will solve the problem.

In general development from scratch is not recommended, but to be frankly, usually we do not start new version of product completely from scratch. We have documentation, user’s requests, issues database, project backlog, test cases and many other useful stuff from previous project which can be and should be used.