If you’ve ever used Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Facebook, or Wikipedia, then you’ve used a web portal. A web portal is a web-based platform website that brings in information from diverse sources in a uniform manner. Users of the web portal can configure what information should be displayed. The web portal may use search engine API, which permits users to search an intranet as opposed to an extranet content, by restricting the searched domains. The portal serves as the single point of access for information. It can help with search navigation, personalization, and notification and information integration.
.NET allows developers to build web solutions for:
- Web-based applications.
- Web portals.
- Web Apps for use on Android and iOS mobile devices (alternative to developing two separate native apps, allowing for easy updates without having to release new versions into the respective app stores).
- Secure and scalable custom eCommerce websites.
- Business and Corporate websites.
- Social networking websites.
- Custom Content Management Systems (CMS).
- Custom Customer Relationship Management (CRM).
Here are a few of the benefits of developing with .NET:
- Cleaner code.
- Security and speed improve.
- Very scalable.
- Improved performance: Caching allows storing/caching page output or application data, which reduces the load on the web services/database. It is also more reliable since you do not waste time in repopulating an in-memory cache.
- It allows flexibility and integrations.
- .NET runs on the server-side, which sends its output to the user’s web browser and enables the server to generate dynamic web pages, feature-rich web pages, and web-centric applications.
- Provides What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG).
- It provides server controls and blueprints.
- Quickly made changes.
- .NET is not dependent on language.
- C# (the primary language of .NET), the mature and well-developed language. It is similar to Java but has greater functionality.
- Provides full support of XML, CSS, and other well established web standards.
- It can cater for enterprise-level deployment.
Examples of the .NET development work that we at Webilize have done:
- Website, Custom eCommerce, Developer Center, App Store.
- Integration with SAP Business One, and Salesforce.
- Website, eCommerce, back-office operations, inventory management, client management, payment & shipping integration.
- New platform website with excellent customer user experience.
- Powerful backend and beautiful frontend UX design.
- Enables the FrontFundr team to update new investment opportunities by manage and control Company Information, Target Investment Raised, Equity Offered, Minimum Investment, and Closing Days.
Below are just a few examples of sectors using web portals:
Banking & Insurance Portals
Allianz, Wealth Management: Insurance Portal
Santander Bank: Retail Banking Portal
Health Care - Patient Portals
Forest Hills Pediatrics: Patient Portal
Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology (CCHIT): Patient Portal
Grants.gov: Federal Government Portal
London Borough of Camden: Local Government Portal
Student & Faculty Portals
Simon Fraser University: Student & Faculty Portal
Stanford University: AXESS, Student & Faculty Portal
Intranets, Extranets, and Employee Portals
At Webilize, we deliver on reliable .NET solutions by aligning our UX/UI design team with our development team, the development process, and with our client’s goals and business objectives. By using the latest Microsoft development tools, and leveraging our expertise in web software products, mobile, process-oriented applications, and cloud, we can create fully customized, scalable, robust, and scalable web applications and web portals (Portfolio and Testimonials).
If you need help with designing and developing highly custom web apps, please email or call us. www.webilize.com/Contact, we’d be happy to help.
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