The web site suggestions when you start to type in a web site are no where near what the web site is that I want to go to.
Product: Firefox Release Candidate
Summary: The web site suggestions when you start to type in a web site are no where near what the web site is that I want to go to.
The web site suggestions are not even close to the web site I want to go
to. In Firefox 2 the web site suggestions were perfect, where when you
started to type in a web site the web site that you wanted came up in
the suggestions if you've been to that web site before. But now in
Firefox 3 it also goes by the web sites heading which I don't like. For
example, if I wanted to go to fa...Web Apps vs. Web Sites (was: Universal Navigation for Web Apps)
On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 12:58 PM, Justin D'Arcangelo
> there needs to be a differentiation between
> web sites and web *apps*.
While we might be able to describe characteristics that conceptually
separate a "web site" from a "web app", I think in reality they will exist
on a continuum.
Chris Jones is right that we need more data from actual app developers on
this, but I can provide some anecdotal evidence by telling the story of a
web app I worked on which got listed in a web app store.
I worked on a web-b...web app vs web site vs web project
Could someone describe the differences between web sites, web apps and web projects? (or send me a link that contains this comparison?). Is one of these terms synonomous with another?
What are the advantages/disadvantages of each? How does one choose when starting new development? Can one type be converted into another?
Here is my definition:
Website: perspective of users. Collection of web pages.Webapp and project: perspective of developer (and webmasters). Collection of web pages and resouces (database, code, etc.). Maybe software installers...web web web
Product: Firefox 2 Beta 2
Summary: web web web
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Thanks in advance,nizam.
I believe the technical phrase is.. rtfm? lol. you're going to have to do it the hard way. JSP operates on a different theory of web development than asp.net/asp.net 2.0Kay LeeMySpace.com - http://www.myspace.com/kragieInfrastructure GroupMySpace.com- Code to live, but Live to code.
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