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A web application (or web app) is a software application that runs on a web server and is accessed through a web browser over the Internet or an intranet. Unlike traditional desktop applications, which are launched by your operating system, web applications must be accessed through a web browser. They are designed to provide a user interface and functionality similar to desktop applications but with the added benefit of being platform-independent and accessible from any device with a web browser.

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  1. Client-Server Architecture: Web applications typically follow a client-server architecture, where the client (browser) interacts with the server to request and receive data or perform actions. The server hosts the application logic, database, and other resources.
  2. User Interface (UI): Web applications use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create interactive and responsive user interfaces. Modern web applications often utilize frameworks and libraries, such as React, Angular, or Vue.js, to enhance the user experience.
  3. Web Technologies:Web applications rely on a variety of technologies, including web servers (e.g., Apache, Nginx), programming languages (e.g., JavaScript, Python, Ruby, PHP), and databases (e.g., MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB).
  4. Connectivity: Web applications leverage the Internet or intranet to provide connectivity and accessibility from anywhere with an internet connection. This makes them suitable for collaboration and remote access.
  5. Statelessness:HTTP, the protocol used for communication between the client and server, is stateless. However, web applications use techniques such as cookies, sessions, and local storage to maintain state and user information across requests.
  6. Security: Web applications must address security concerns, including data encryption, authentication, authorization, and protection against common web vulnerabilities like Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) and Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF).
  7. Scalability: Web applications need to be scalable to handle varying levels of user traffic. Techniques such as load balancing, caching, and horizontal scaling are often employed to ensure performance.
  8. Updates and Maintenance:Web applications can be updated centrally on the server, reducing the need for users to install updates on their devices. This simplifies maintenance and ensures that users always have access to the latest version.