Definitions for "Web application"
A computer program that uses the World Wide Web for connectivity and user interface. A user connects to and runs a web application by using a web browser on any platform. The user interface of the application is the HTML pages displayed by the browser. The application itself runs on a server, connected to the browser through the World Wide Web.
Web applications are stored on a server and delivered to users over the Internet. A Web application is usually a three-tier structure, comprising a User Service tier (allowing user access to the application), a Business Service tier (allowing the user to carry out complex activities) and a Data Service tier (which allows data storage and retrieval).
A software application, executed by a web server, which responds to dynamic web page requests over HTTP. See also " Web Server", " Web Application", " Web Service".
a a piece of software that resides on a web server and typically performs some sort of business function by combining computer programs called "scripts" with databases
a business management tool of the software variety that runs on a powerful, secure, centralised web server
a combination of database and programming that forms part of your website in order to perform a specific task
a bundle of web components and their supporting classes, beans, and files
a collection of components that are bundled and run as an integrated unit
a collection of Web-tier components, content, and configuration information, which operates as a single functional unit
Keywords:  subtree, self, site, contained
a self-contained subtree of the web site
a great place to make use of concurrency since it is such a multi-threaded environment
a UI component that interacts with the user over the web
a Web site where user input, including navigation through the site and data entry, affects the state of the business
Keywords:  nodes, series, together, linked
a series of nodes that are linked together
Keywords:  accessed, computing, service
a computing service accessed through the web