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Internet Application Development

In today's world an elementary school student can build an attractive and functional Web application using the tools that comes standard with any Linux and (or) Windows systems. We at GMG believe in consulting and developing Internet Applications, and leaving web development to the rest.

Now you might ask, "What is challenging, interesting, and inspiring about Internet-based applications?"

It is easy to find challenges related to technology and how to implement it. We at GMG understand this and look to simplify these challenges. In some instances it is easier to interact with a system by voice (talk and listen) example is you are driving and need to get quick directions to you appointment.

Also we can find easy to identify missing features in a standard Web-based applications. As it stands the Internet can be used to share music, information and even pictures but you can't use it to share your experience of surfing the net. Imagine your friends and family being able to see what pages you are surfing, and speak to you while making comments. In a perfect world everyone would have the same hardware and software, which make it easy enough, but in the real world, systems are not that perfect. Many have argued that shareable sessions should be a built-in feature of sites, which are usable from any browser. Example being you start browsing on a desktop and finish your session in a cab on a mobile device i.e. blackberry.

Mobile Application

Application Development refers to the developing of programming applications and differs from programming itself in that it has a higher level of responsibility, including for requirement capturing and testing.

Application Development

Application Development refers to the developing of programming applications and differs from programming itself in that it has a higher level of responsibility, including for requirement capturing and testing.

Open Source

Open source doesn't just mean access to the source code.The distribution terms of open-source software must comply with the following criteria:


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