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An Introduction to Intranet Application Frameworks
You can use software in a number of ways to improve the efficiency of employees in a company. If there is an intranet set up, you may want to create applications that take advantage of it to help your workers keep track of various projects. To make this work, you'll want to start with an application framework.
So what do we mean by application framework? In our case, an application framework is a set of rules in which a given application will function. Even though an application is driven by an application or business logic, the rules contained in the application framework will dictate to some extend how an application should behave.
The most common environment in which an application framework is put to use is in an intranet. This is also the environment for which we will design our application framework, effectively turning our applications into what are known as "intranet applications." An intranet application's primary function is to automate a company's daily functions. It makes the employees of a company more efficient, not to mention more productive.
For example, a project management application in a big construction company will save a great deal of time and resources as it will make it easy for a manager to track the progress of a particular project. This article will focus both on the integration of the intranet application in the intranet environment and the development of the intranet application. Because the intranet will be central to this discussion, we will take a closer look at how it operates and what it is used for.