With the increase in DSL and broadband Internet connections and the use of larger monitors, users increasingly expect a cinematic experience. RIA fulfills this need. The concept has been known, however, the term RIA was introduced in a Macromedia whitepaper in March 2002.
RIA applications development are Web-based applications that run in a Web browser, which no software installation is required. However, they do know the features and functionality of traditional desktop applications.
RIA represents the evolution of the browser of a static request-response interface for a dynamic, asynchronous interface. In practice this means that the browser can communicate with a server without the user knows from here. In traditional client-server applications, a server response translated and then define when and how this result can be best displayed.
Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) are the future. Our developers deliver RIAs with intuitively, natural interaction sought after by the users, if we are creating a useful, easy to use calendar or fascinating game. We work with industry standard technologies such as Adobe Flash and Java to develop our RIA applications.
Our rich Internet applications with the following characteristics: