I have an idea. I can only make it into reality by developing robust web application. what are the best ready to available technologies to build robust web application? what technologies being used to develop exploringstartups.com website?
Exploring Startups is developed on Wordpress which is also the development platform for 70% of Content Management websites in the world. Actually much depends on your requirement. Although Wordpress is an open source and plethora of plugins are available for added functionality but still you have to match your requirement with the functionality offered by Wordpress.
If you can give some more idea of what kind of web development you require then possibly I can share some more information regarding web development.
I hope it answers your question.
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Hi I think your asking already built softwares with which you can develope your own website without coding much?
If that is what you are looking for then,
There’s no dearth of such resources . For instance, take Jimdo. This German-based service has been around since 2007 and now hosts well over eight million websites. The hallmark of Jimdo is ease of use, where a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor lets you adjust every page and add maps, music, video, social links, chat, and more. If you go with the free option ads appear on your pages, but you can nix them for $90 a year, or $240 a year for business with the Pro version. Paying also brings more design options; a custom domain; search engine optimization for Google, Yahoo, and Bing; and an ecommerce storefront. Jimdo just launched an iOS app that allows almost full editing of your site right on an iPhone or iPad, with plans for an Android app to come.
Here’s a quick look at other worthy options to consider: Weeblyfeatures a drag-and-drop interface and beautiful themes; mobile apps for posting to the site; blogs, site analytics, and search engine optimization. There’s no e-commerce however. It’s free, $4 per month to add branding, or $8 per month for the whole enchilada.
No one has more or better-looking site templates than Wix. There’s also a drag-and-drop interface, and all elements of the site are customizable with lots of help and support. Wix has its own app market to add functions to your site. It’s free to start, but you’ll want to go premium starting at $5.95 a month to get a domain, $10.95 to get rid of ads, or $15.95 a month for the pros. Ecommerce options come in at $19.90 a month. It’s cheaper if you sign up for a year.
Squarespace has beautiful templates that work well, especially for visual content like slideshows. They also scale well for mobile devices, formatting images to multiple sizes. There’s a Squarespace Manager app for iOS and Android. Bloggers on Tumblr, Blogger, and WordPress can import everything here. Squarespace sites are free for 14 days, after which you start at $10 a month ($8 if billed annually), then go to $20/$16 for unlimited bandwidth and traffic and pages, or $30/$24 to integrate an e-commerce storefront.
With Sidengo pick a category for your site (small biz, product, restaurant, artist, etc.) and it’ll serve up a template to fit your need. It cheats by making each “page” a new HTML5 layer you access on a click, but the effect works well. The basic free version is smartphone-optimized and for $10 a month you also get a custom domain, Google Analytics, and the ability to integrate your Sidengo site into a Facebook page. You only pay more if you want multiple sites.
Shweta is right. What technology you should use depends on what you are building and how much comfortable you are with languages and technology. It much depends on the coder- you may write a crap code in most recent and sexy language while you can also write awesome stuff in something old and unsexy like Java.
You may useFacebook, twitter, googlemap, linkedin and other’s API.
- Ruby on Rails is super popular.
- HTML5 is dominating HTML.
- CSS is still dominating CSS3.MySQL, Mongo, and Postgres dominate the database side.
MySQL, Mongo, and Postgres dominate the database side.
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