Website design and development is the process of creating a website from start to finish.It involves several stages, including

  • Planning
  • Design
  • Development
  • Testing
  • Deployment

Website design and development requires wide range of skills and expertise.It includes knowledge of HTML,CSS,Javascript and other programming languages, as well as experience with web design tools and frameworks.

A powerful and attractive website makes your company and products more familiar in the market beyond boundaries. Be it web design or development, you can find any type of solution at FutureIQ. FutureIQ helps you to build your online space on a high level quality and design as per your expectation.

Why Responsive..!?

Over 80% of the mobile phone users use their mobile web browser to browse the internet.

Your website will be flexible to view in computer, tabs as well as smart phones. Visitors can easily read / navigate the contents of website at any type of screens.

Machine Learning

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Artificial Intelligence

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Augmented Reality

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Web development refers to the process of creating websites or web applications. It involves a combination of programming, design, and other technologies to build and maintain functional and visually appealing websites that can be accessed over the internet.

Here are some key aspects and technologies involved in web development:

  • Client-side technologies: These technologies run on the user’s web browser and include HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) for structuring web content, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) for styling and layout, and JavaScript for interactive functionality.
  • Server-side technologies: These technologies handle the server-side processing, database management, and business logic of a web application. Common server-side languages include PHP, Python, Ruby, Java, and .NET. Frameworks like Django, Ruby on Rails, and Laravel can provide a structured approach to building web applications.
  • Databases: Web applications often require data storage and retrieval. Databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, and SQLite are commonly used to manage and store data.
  • Web servers: A web server is responsible for delivering web content to users’ browsers. Popular web servers include Apache HTTP Server, Nginx, and Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS).
  • Version Control Systems (VCS): VCS tools like Git enable developers to track changes, collaborate, and manage source code efficiently.
  • Responsive design: It involves designing websites that adapt and display properly across different devices and screen sizes, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices.
  • Front-end frameworks and libraries: These pre-written code collections, such as React, Angular, and Vue.js, provide a foundation for building interactive and responsive user interfaces.
  • Back-end frameworks and libraries: Frameworks like Express.js (for Node.js), Flask (for Python), and Ruby on Rails (for Ruby) provide tools and libraries to streamline server-side development.
  • APIs (Application Programming Interfaces): APIs allow different software applications to communicate and share data. They are commonly used to integrate third-party services or enable communication between the front-end and back-end of a web application.
  • Security considerations: Web developers need to be mindful of security practices, such as protecting against cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), SQL injection, and implementing secure authentication and authorization mechanisms.