Today we want to continue this article starting with dynamic website and its application.
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Dynamic website and its applications
Any website that takes information from the user to process (on the server-side) on it and then returns the result to the user, any page where the user can do something (action) and therefore the content of the page with whatever the user does It changes, the site and page is dynamic. As mentioned earlier, store sites are a prime example of a dynamic site.
Other examples of Phrasebook Dynamics: When you visit a site, a message appears saying “You want to give me an email to receive our newsletter”. Every time you login to a site. When you visit a clinic website and make an appointment online. When you go to the university site and choose a unit online, or when you pay your water bill.
Unlike a static site that has nothing to do with information processing and therefore slowdowns, a dynamic site has a lot to do with backends and its languages (Python, Java, C++, PHP). In fact, in a dynamic site, client-side and server-side languages are used together to process information, because the processing is done by a server and a browser.
The applications of dynamic sites and pages are naturally more and more and more every day. Dynamic site means interaction and performance. Dynamic site gives many possibilities to the designer as well as the user. Dynamic sites do not have a limit on the number of pages (for example, Amazon, which has one page for each product), and in dynamic pages, the user can give and receive information, do something, and ask the site to do something for it.
Dynamic site and its advantages and disadvantages
Advantages of Dynamic Sites
- They allow interaction with the user and as a result are more attractive sites for the user.
- Sites are more practical and operational.
- In these sites, it is possible to receive and store user information regularly.
- In dynamic sites, it is possible to display content tailored to each user’s needs.
- Dynamic sites can use techniques such as AJAX to improve site performance.
Disadvantages of dynamic sites
- They are more expensive because they require more skill and expertise, as well as user interface design and user experience.
- Naturally, designing and building dynamic sites is longer and more time consuming.
- They are slower than static sites.
- The risk of hackers attacking and stealing information from them is very high.