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What is a web based system?
Technically, the term Web-Based system refers to those applications or services that are resident on a server that is accessible using a Web browser and is therefore accessible from anywhere in the world via the Web.
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System Base: You have to be at your computer to use the email on that computer. Web: You can log in to any computer in the world and check your email. (less security though)
Any system that is needed web browser or internet connection could be categorized into web based system like websites, skype, messenger etc. WEB API is also a part of web base…d development.
A web based system is one that can be accessed via a web browser and typically off-site or off of the network that you are currently on. The new generation of web based system…s are known as "cloud based". Cloud based systems or cloud computing is just an efficient way to manage and utilize hard drive space allocating it as needed. It allows companies to scale their computer requirements up or down almost instantly. The new breed of web based systems also includes what is know as software as a service or SaaS. As internet speed and technology improves all software will be moved onto the web or "cloud based". There will no longer be a need to buy and install software locally or worry about different versions or reinstalling the correct version in the event of a catastrophe. Filocity.com has built this platform today. MS Office and PDF documents can be created, edited and shared online with no need to worry about your computer or hard drive failing. You can work locally or online and all of your files are safely stored with version controls to insure you are working on the latest document. This will become the standard for all web based systems
Web-based software is either software that is installed from and run on the internet, you go to a web site instead of installing and running the program on your (local) comput…er. It can also refer to the output, such as a database, being stored on a location on the internet.
A Web based application is one that is accessed over the internet using a web browser. It typically would have a web address like www.yahoo.com or www.google.com
There are many examples of web based systems. Some common examples as of May 2014 include online retail stores, online web email, and online auctions.
\nWeb Based email is an email that is accessible anywhere where you have an internet connection, for example Hotmail (Windows Live Mail), GMail, Yahoo Mail, etc.
what a vulnerability of web based application
Specific types of clients include web browsers, email clients, and online chat clients.
It depends on the type of software. Web-based application software in generic terms is software that is used through a browser that helps you in a task.
A web-based solution is a way of implementing a solution to a computing issue or business issue through doing some work on the net. A company that sells things in a shop might… find their business is not doing so well. They may then decide to start selling things through the internet and get a system to do that. That could be described as a web-based solution to their difficulties.
There are so many advantages of web-based application. Some of them include being able to access it from any location with internet connectivity and it also saves up on in…stallation problems and storage among others.
Web-based services is become popular,The first wave of Web-based services were user interfaces to systems which before the Web could not be easily accessed over the network an…d This development made the Web as successful as a medium delivering a globally accessible interface to services. http://www.webhostings.in
i converted over to linux mint 12 a while back from windows, i tried a few others like chrome os, ununtu, and some others. but this os seems to the best. and hardley takes u…p any space.
A non-web based system might be a stand-alone system or a desktop based system which might also be referred to as an native application for a specific operating system.