Web Applications are software plugins designed to manage, enhance, or add functionality to a website. Examples include blogs, email systems, guestbooks, forums, image galleries, and e-commerce systems. At we can simplify your experience with Web Apps by installing and managing any of the apps listed below.

Google Apps

Google’s powerful and intuitive web-based messaging and collaboration suite, Google Apps including GMail, Google Docs and Google Calendar can help reduce your IT costs while improving your staff’s productivity and efficiency. through its partners can help your business take advantage of this enterprise grade service from Google from as little as US $50 per user per year.

Apps for Community Building

Community software includes forum systems (also known as bulletin boards), guestbooks, and mailing list applications.

phpBB – forum
MediaWiki – wiki
ExtCalendar – calendar
WebCalendar – calendar
phpFreeChat – chat
phpMyChat – chat
MyBB – forum
Simple Machines Forum – forum
Vanilla Forum – forum
XMB Forum – forum
Elgg – groupware
Mantis – groupware
Oxwall – groupware
PHProjekt – groupware
Advanced Guestbook – guestbook
GBook – guestbook
DokuWiki – wiki

Apps for Content Management

Content Management Systems (CMS) are designed to manage dynamic content for websites.

All CMS application have the ability to manage news or blogs and all include a templating system that allows you to define the appearance/style of the web pages it controls. The more complex systems can include a near endless list of additional features, including: categories; commenting; user logins; polls; statistics; file managers; FAQ managers; and so on.

Content Management Systems generally fit into the following loose categories: Blogs (also known as weblogs), CMSs, Portals (modular features that can be added into a standard three-column page layout), and Frameworks (do-it-yourself systems).

WordPress – blog
Drupal – cms
Joomla – portal
b2evolution – blog
PivotX – blog
concrete5 – cms
Contao – cms
Soholaunch – cms
WebsiteBaker – cms
Moodle – education
Code Igniter – framework
Coranto – framework
MODx – framework
e107 – portal
Mambo – portal
ocPortal – portal
PHP-Nuke – portal
Xoops – portal
Zazavi – portal
Zikula – portal

Apps for e-Commerce and Business

Web based business software includes e-commerce systems (also known as shopping carts) for running sales websites, customer support systems, and project managers.

When using online e-commerce software it is important to keep the software updated and be aware of security issues involving the software you use.

Magento e-commerce
OpenX – adverts
Quicksell – adverts
CubeCart – e-commerce
OpenCart – e-commerce
osCommerce – e-commerce
phpShop – e-commerce
PrestaShop – e-commerce
Zen Cart – e-commerce
phpMyFAQ – faqs
phpCOIN – invoicing
Simple Invoices – invoicing
Crafty Syntax – support
Help Center Live – support
osTicket – support
SugarCRM – support

Apps for Photos and Files

Gallery – gallery
php File Manager – files
Power File Manager – files
Coppermine – gallery
Zenphoto – gallery

Apps for Surveys and Statistics

Advanced Poll – poll/survey
LimeSurvey – poll/survey
phpESP – poll/survey
Simple Poll – poll/survey
Aardvark Topsites – statistics
phpMyCounter – statistics
Piwik – statistics

Miscellaneous Apps

phpLinkDirectory – bookmarks
PHPLinks – bookmarks
SiteBar – bookmarks
YOURLS – bookmarksi
Tron Clock – clock
WebCards – e-cards
Contact Form – email
PHPlist – email
Site Recommender – email
phpFormGenerator – forms
webtrees – genealogy
Feed On Feeds – rss
Search Engine Project – search