The development stage is highly technical. During this stage you are
left awaiting to see a preliminary version of your customized solution.
This is the last opportunity to make changes before they become costly.
Development involves writing the cross-browser, cross-platform
compatible HTML that so many developers simply don’t do. A demo version
of the site is then posted on webstriker.com for your review. Provided
things are satisfactory, development continues by writing any backend
programming required for your site.
You’ll find the development stage to be the longest stage of your web
site project. It may require your extensive involvement by providing any information that
must be included and hadn’t been yet.
Correspondence during this time employs the heavy use of email.
If your site requires no dynamic content this is the last stage of your
Webstriker solution. In most cases the development
stage is where most of the time is spent.